Quilting Sisters of Payson, known statewide, was awarded the 2014-15 Shop of the Year by the Friends of the Hall of Fame. This is the third year Quilting Sisters has been nominated for the award.
The Payson Farmers Market in the parking lot of the Sawmill Crossing will have its last session on Sept. 27, after opening every Saturday all summer long.
The Payson Town Council last week moved forward with annexing the Fox Farms property in Granite Dells, this time to a sole protester.
Victoria Farnsworth hopes to fill a niche.
A new business in town just opened Tuesday. Fresh N’ Wild Jerky, also Italian ice and salsa, located at 509 S. Beeline Highway to take advantage of the traffic passing through.
Rue21 plans for shop latest sign business is picking up
A new retailer is coming to Payson this winter, but don’t expect their stylish clothes to keep you warm.
ASU experts report on Valley housing trends
The Phoenix-area housing market is NOT creating another housing bubble to pop anytime soon. The latest monthly report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University shows a lack of enthusiasm from both buyers and sellers.
Shop offers variety of merchandise and chance to shop locally
What once housed records, hippie wear and a distinctive smell is no more with a new tenant in suite B of the Swiss Village Shops.
J.D. Power honors financial adviser with highest ranking
For the fourth time running, J.D. Power ranks Commonwealth Financial Network “Highest in Independent Advisor Satisfaction Among Financial Investment Firms.”
House of Color also carries artists’ fashion collections
A master jeweler has opened his shop off the Beeline Highway.
Granite Dells industrial park sparks heated council meeting
Yelling and finger-pointing seldom intrudes on Payson Town Council meetings, at least not the type that gets the police chief up out of his seat.
One of only five national opportunities to learn about exporting your goods is planned at the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino Monday, Aug. 11.
The Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce has selected Ana Gutowski as its new chamber manager.
Grand Canyon tourism supports 6238 jobs and has a $476 million economic impact
A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 4.6 million visitors to Grand Canyon National Park in 2013 spent $476 million in communities near the park, which produced 6,238 local jobs. The Grand Canyon remains the state’s biggest tourist draw, but the study demonstrates the impact of such well-known attractions for tourist dependent rural economies like Payson.
Payson financial advisor Kevin Dick has received the Women’s Choice Award for Financial Advisors based on an evaluation that included a client survey combined and 17 research-based criteria.