There’s a new and fun thing to do in Pine each weekend — wine tasting at the Trident Winery Tasting Room off Hardscrabble Road.
Son joins Art Lloyd’s law firm
On the heels of another multi-million-dollar civil win for a client, Payson’s Lloyd Law Group has also recently added a new lawyer to the firm.
Non-commercial rock station off airwaves for three weeks after falling out with KMOG
After a three-week hiatus, KRIM Radio crackled back to life on the Rim Country airwaves Tuesday, running out of a new station with a new outlook.
The University of Arizona, and the City of Phoenix have entered into an agreement to expand the university’s presence on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.
Pete and Vicki Allen decided Payson needed a furniture store that fell somewhere between thrift and new – so they started Affordable Furniture and Appliances on Cedar Lane.
Cheryl Dolby and her husband took over the quilting shop five and a half years ago, renaming it Quilting Sisters, but now they have decided it is time to close the doors.
Shoppers at Walmart have had to run an obstacle course of Road Closed signs, caution tape, construction equipment and angry drivers in order to simply find a place to park.
Window and door shop in second generation of family ownership
Sitting on a counter in the Lowery’s showroom is a picture of a tow-headed little boy looking out the window of a pickup truck.
Kevin Dick Investment Management Group has created a new division focusing exclusively on employer-sponsored retirement plans (401k plans, profit sharing plans, cash balance defined contributions plans, etc.). Retirement Asset Managers or RAM will be led by Carrie Dick, AIF® and assisted by Micah Crabdree, CRPS®.
After almost a year on the job, Ana Gutowski resigned as CEO of the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center.
PHOENIX – Arizona State Credit Union will close its Payson branch location on or before July 31.
The newest art gallery in Pine brings something warm and welcoming to town. Maybe it is the smell of varnish, acrylic oils and fresh-sawn wood that permeates the space or the art, tucked into several rooms in the charming gallery, most from either friends or family of the owners, Ed and Joanie Farnum.
Construction is underway for a 21,930-square-foot Tractor Supply Company store at State Route 260 and Manzanita Drive, next to Tiny’s Restaurant.
The big black bear at Plant Fair Nursery has a name. Destiny Scott, 8, named him “Hugger” Bear and won the $100 prize along with a $20 gift certificate to Scoops.
A Payson man given a unique opportunity to start his own business is finding a way to pay it forward.