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Cloudy but warmer weather moves into Arizona
PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- Pretty nice weather for mid December is expected this weekend with temperatures a few degrees warmer than normal. For Friday through Saturday, high pressure will keep conditions dry but allow high clouds to increase across Arizona as an area of low pressure develops around
On the move at CBRE, Polsinelli, Avison Young
CBRE announced the appointment of Matt Siegel as Managing Director and Market Leader for CBRE’s Tucson office, effective immediately. In his new role, Mr. Siegel will drive CBRE’s operations and strategy in Tucson in alignment with the broader Arizona strategy which is led by Paul Komadina.
Terrible times For a lucky man
He never knew what hit him. One minute, he’s lining up with the 36th Texas Division getting ready to cross the Rapido River. Next minute, he’s waking up in a hospital bed – half blind, all bandaged and no clear idea how he got there.
45 cats and dogs seized from animal shelter in Arizona
Dozens of cats and dogs have been seized from an animal shelter in Arizona. According to multiple sources, 45 cats and dogs were removed from the Az Dog Adoptions shelter in Phoenix following a welfare check which was conducted on Wednesday.
Buffalo resident has a successful Elk hunt
Local Buffalo resident Paul Matney, son Russ Matney and a friend of Russ’s, Scott Musselwhite, had a successful Elk hunt in Arizona as Russ and Scott each bagged a bull elk. Russ and Scott were lucky to be drawn for the hunt. In Hunting Unit 22 in Arizona only 475 tags were drawn from a total of 2,1
Julia Randall Elementary opens its doors for the Hour of Code
What do computers, coding and kids with buckets on their heads have in common?. They all came together for the Hour of Code at Julia Randall Elementary. All the schools in the district participated in the Hour of Code, but only one multi-tasked with buckets.
My daughter and I love to explore Arizona, but it may soon get harder (for all of us)
Opinion: If Congress fails to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund, many outdoor experiences we enjoy in Arizona could be compromised. When my daughter, Vida, was 3, she wanted to go on an adventure.
Sellis lead Payson trio placing at Witt Duals
A trio of Longhorn wrestlers placed in the challenging Show Low Witt Duals on Dec. 7-8. More than 20 teams competed. Soto Sellis finished second at 195 pounds. He pinned the top-seeded wrestler to reach the finals.
Swiss Village Beautification Project finished and honored
The Town of Payson honored Roger Kreimeyer and his volunteers with the Payson Hero Award at its meeting in December for their work on the landscaping in the no man’s land between the Swiss Village and Highway 87.
$200,000 grant for STEM at PUSD
The Payson Unified School District has received a $200,000 grant from the Caris Charitable Trust for science, technology, engineering and math education. Payson High School, Payson Center for Success, Rim Country Middle School and Julia Randall Elementary will use the money to improve science and te
The power of support for mental illness: advocacy, support group, and education
Recently members of the local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) presented a program at the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Mazatzal Hotel and Casino. Here is a portion of that presentation, “The Power of Support:”
The Freeman’s have dedicated 40 years to the Claus Cause
Jo Freeman didn’t know how she and her husband Roger could squeeze the visit in. The couple channels the spirit of Santa and Mrs. Claus each holiday season, booking up to 60 events into a six-week period. Every Christmas they’ve become Mr. and Mrs Claus for 40 out of their 50 years of marriage.
SILVER ALERT: Gila County man believed to be headed to Globe
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Authorities in Gila County are asking you to be on the lookout for a missing 86-year-old man. According to information from the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Jerry Menafee may be headed toward Globe from Tonto Basin in a black/tan 2018 Jeep Wrangler with Alaska
J.O. Combs Unified selects Wyman as next superintendent
SAN TAN VALLEY — A new superintendent is on the way into the J.O. Combs Unified School District. On Thursday, the governing board voted to offer the position to Dr. Greg Wyman. Wyman currently serves as the superintendent of the Payson Unified School District.
Despite fits and starts, officials optimistic a water deal is close
WASHINGTON – After months of wrangling, state and tribal officials, industry and agriculture representatives walked out of a meeting at the end of last month with high hopes they were nearing agreement on a complex water-conservation plan.
ASEAC saves roughly 500 lives
THATCHER — The Eastern Arizona College blood drives routinely have the biggest turnout in the Gila Valley. And, as recently been announced, EAC’s blood drives are also the biggest in the state of Arizona.
New NCCC team serves in Gila Valley
SAFFORD — The Gila Valley hosted its first AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team, named Earth 8, earlier this year. Now a second NCCC team — Water 7 — is building on the first group’s work with local organizations.
Gila Valley Trap Shooters gather big haul for toy drive
SAFFORD — The Gila Valley Trap Shooters, who meet every other week at the range off Dry Lake Road, usually shoot for fun and practice. This past Saturday, the group shot for a cause.
15 Arizona casinos to experience
Here are 15 Arizona casinos to try, as featured in the latest issue of Experience AZ magazine. Things to know: Gila River has three casinos in the Phoenix area, each convenient to parts to the Valley of the Sun including west, east and south portions of the metro area. Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino
Payson has enough fast-food joints
This letter is in regards to the planning and zoning department in Payson that allows multi duplicities in eating establishments within the city. Ie: donuts, Mexican food, and coffee specialty shops.