The human body is a marvelous — almost magical — creation. It can survive a tremendous punishment over the years. Given time and attention, it can recover from injuries and illnesses that would have killed it just 50 years ago.
Membership in Senior Circle will help you get more out of life through health talks, social events, travel opportunities and valuable member-only discounts and privileges.
The beginnings of physical therapy can be traced back to 450 B.C. when Hippocrates used water therapy and massage to treat his patients for stress relief and healing. Little advancement occurred for centuries until the late 1800s when British nurses formulated the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and began instructing others in techniques found to be beneficial to their patients.
The book on the 2014 Taste of Rim Country is closed, leaving almost everyone feeling full and satisfied.
Six months after Gila Community College (GCC) lowered its tuition, Dean Cullen is now requesting an increase.
Dean Harpe was medalist with a 37 to lead Payson’s golf team to victory in a three-team match at Chaparral Pines on Thursday. The junior was the only golfer to card a state-qualifying round of 41 or lower.
Sister Arianna Paulson named to second team
Her teammates lovingly call her a beast because of her strength.
Emergency Department earns Level IV Trauma Center designation
The latest additions to Payson Regional Medical Center were formally introduced last Tuesday. Interim Chief Executive Officer Elmer Hyde met residents and business leaders at PRMC’s monthly Community Leadership Breakfast.
Fierce governor’s race hits Payson with plea to keep cutting budget
Secretary of State Ken Bennett brought his freshly minted campaign for governor to Payson on Saturday, calling for fresh spending cuts in the precariously balanced state budget and the eventual elimination of the income tax.
Perhaps you should read the proposed international code and Firewise codes more closely.
We couldn’t help but notice the unsettling juxtaposition of two stories on today’s front page.
I have been a homeowner and resident of Mead’s Ranch since it was first subdivided in 1961.
Payson’s softball team went 6-3 in the 24-team Wickenburg Wrangler Classic held Friday-Saturday.
I wanted to respond to a recent letter regarding the founding of Unity of Payson.
A beloved Hellsgate volunteer firefighter who battled the Wallow and Yarnell fires, kept aging fire trucks running and did endless favors for his many friends, collapsed and died Friday while taking a fitness test.
Payson schools have less money to spend on each child than in 2008, but the district has a B grade overall, mostly because students continue to do better in math, reading, writing and science than either comparable districts or the average student statewide.
The one-vehicle rollover accident that all but closed Highway 260 Monday looked horrific — but one woman and three dogs survived the crash. Paramedics extracted the woman from her smashed truck and rushed her to a Phoenix hospital. The three dogs were ejected from the truck as it rolled — but two survived and one remains missing.
After going 1-2 in the Fountain Hills Invitational the previous week, Payson’s baseball team opened at home against Cottonwood Mingus on Thursday looking to shake off a pair of one-run losses.
The Payson Alzheimer’s Group, the Payson Senior Center and Rim Country Health will conduct a survey to gauge the interest within the community in establishing an adult day care service.
The March 29 Women’s Wellness Forum at the Payson High School this year will focus on sleep. Registration forms are available at the Mogollon Health Alliance, (928) 472-2588 or at Senior Circle (928) 472-9290. Registration is $15.