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Some people are worried about climate change, others not at all. It depends on your perspective and experience and how much you read. I read too much. I also have a perspective based on experi… Read more

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The recent op-ed in The Payson Roundup titled ‘Renewable Energy Prop 127— In a Nutshell’ by Paul Hirt made it sound like this 50% renewable mandate on our Arizona ballots might be a reasonable… Read more

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On Nov. 6, voters will determine the future of the Trump administration’s successes in improving the lives of every citizen in the country. And those improvements have been substantial. The lo… Read more

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There is a constant game in our political climate to muddy the waters. They make things as unclear for the voter as humanly possible so they don’t know which way is up, but I’m here to set thi… Read more

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The National Weather Service predicts the remnants of Hurricane Rosa will bring as much as an inch of rain to Gila County between Monday and Wednesday of next week. Read more

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I couldn’t bring myself to write this piece until today. It’s not that I didn’t try. But something in my mind convinced my hands that if I put it off, somehow John McCain might be with us a li… Read more

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It isn’t that easy to drop everything in the middle of the week and fly to Washington. If you’re a community newspaper publisher, going anywhere in the middle of the week is a challenge. That … Read more

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The proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back is an illustration of what can happen when you feel overwhelmed. Each straw by itself is irrelevant. Yet, the cumulative weight of enough straw… Read more

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My wife and I love Payson and its friendly people. I am proud to be a resident, and heartily thank the editor of the Payson Roundup for his insightful thoughts on the dangers posed by wildfire… Read more

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Standing on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, gazing into the awe-inspiring abyss, it’s easy to think that this timeless landscape is impervious to human activity and impact. Read more

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Watching another tragedy involving a shooting at a school in America raises fear and concern in students, parents, educators and communities across the country. Immediately following these inc… Read more

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Having spent the better part of two decades trying to tackle the challenges we face as a country, I sometimes feel a little defensive when I hear someone say Congress is incapable of solving b… Read more

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Do you realize that you are being psychologically manipulated? We have been PC conditioned for many years. We endured as Obama, who was slick, polished and very PC, destroyed our country and p… Read more

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After leaving office, President Ronald Reagan created the Ronald Reagan Freedom Award to recognize individuals who have fought to spread liberty worldwide. Nancy Reagan continued the tradition… Read more

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The sunlight came in through the shades, shaking me from my dream. But as a 6-year-old, that just meant Saturday morning cartoons. I sprang up… Read more

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“To live better with fire, we need to adapt to fire” is a thought paradigm many fire community leaders and people have or are adopting to addr… Read more

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To stimulate the U.S. economy to “levels you haven’t seen in many years” — President Trump is proposing to cut federal income taxes, for most … Read more

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With the passage of the state budget this year, there is a great deal of fanfare about this being an “education” budget. This became obvious w… Read more