From hygienist to dental practice owner, Kristin Wade has made some huge career leaps in the past decade.
Plans to build an industrial park at the end of the scenic Granite Dells Road, including an ammunition production facility, have been shot down.
Parents of band kids rejoice! There’s no more need to drive to Phoenix to get instruments repaired or rented.
At its last meeting, the Payson Town Council approved placing a new FM antenna on the Hillcrest water tank, boosting KMOG’s service throughout town.
A place with a little bit of everything in Strawberry
A tiny corner store in Strawberry might be the last place you would think to find a designer purse, rhinestone jeans and boots, a healthy selection of emergency survival food, educational toys and a saddle. But that is just how owners Casey and Debbie Faunce designed the DC Cross Mercantile, better known as the Strawberry Market.
To celebrate almost 10 years in business, Alan Roeder of Mountain Water Systems changed his phone number.
A new pop-up gallery has opened in the Swiss Village Shops in the former location of The Art Nook.
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.