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Since 2018, a group of government officials, advocates and nonprofits have met monthly to create a safety net for the homeless in Gila County. [Read More]
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The Payson Lions Club and the Friends of Payson Parks and Recreation helped the town spruce up the Diamondback fields at Rumsey Park with a... [Read More]
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To celebrate National Volunteer Week, April 18-24, Banner Payson Medical Center had a "Reverse Parade" event. Approximately 40 volunteers participated. [Read More]
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The Payson Unified School District will add two new options to its array of vocational and college-eligible courses. [Read More]
Undaunted by years of frustrating delay, Payson continues to push for a plan to save its long-term water supply by prodding the Forest Service to... [Read More]
The faces and names of those in the community and state who meet every month to work toward ways to address homelessness in Gila County.... [Read More]
Mayor Tom Morrissey speaks to Lions Club member and former president Bill Davies at the Arbor Day tree planting in Rumsey Park. Park Supervisor Scott... [Read More]
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At a future meeting the member of the Gila County Homeless Task Force will review and confirm or change this draft of the organization's charter. [Read More]
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At its May 4 meeting the Gila County Board of Supervisors gladly approved an amendment to its intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Department of Health... [Read More]
After abruptly closing in March, Untamed Herbs is scheduled to reopen, but no longer as a medical marijuana dispensary. Instead, the owners won a license... [Read More]
As vaccination efforts hit a wall of resistance, epidemiologists worry the U.S. will never reach the shelter of "herd immunity" against a virus that continues... [Read More]
Payson will get at least a little C.C. Cragin Reservoir water this year and the East Verde River will get a six-month reprieve before it... [Read More]
All day long students run up and down the floor of Payson High School's old gym. [Read More]
The Gila County Board of Supervisors on May 4 accepted the resignations of its entire Fair and Racing Commission. The BOS also presented each of... [Read More]
Grab your binoculars and field guide May 8 for a morning spent tallying towhees and counting cardinals as a participant in the annual Global Big... [Read More]
A recent news item about a large transport ship that twisted sideways during a windstorm and blocked the far too narrow Suez Canal, bottling up... [Read More]
The Isabelle Hunt Memorial Library's Summer Reading program, Tails and Tales, is from June 1 through July 24 for all ages. Registration is open now. [Read More]
ArtAFlame, an event that raised $1,200 for Pine-Strawberry Fuel Reduction, was held last Friday in Strawberry and the spectacle surprised most locals who attended. [Read More]
"The lack of snowmelt and the prospect of little rain this summer could very well result in early forest closures and no access to the... [Read More]
Free online legal talk forums continue through May sponsored in collaboration between the Arizona Bar Foundation, Arizona Supreme Court and in partnership with courts and... [Read More]
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