The Tractor Supply store in Payson is donating 94 bags of pet food to feed local shelter dogs and cats.
The February Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce mixer will be held at Anytime Fitness from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26.
We had a great crowd at the Best of the Rim tonight, an estimated 500 plus people came and we all had a wonderful time. Here is the list of the winners in each category. Look for photos, interviews and full information in Friday, February 26th Payson Roundup.
A telemedicine hookup with medical experts can reduce in-hospital mortality by 26 percent and the length of time spent in the hospital by 20 percent, according to a study published in CHEST, a peer-reviewed medical journal of the American College of Chest Physicians.
U-Haul Company of Arizona is pleased to announce that McLane Self Storage has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Payson community.
She collaborated with a florist, an artist and a gallery owner and now Quita Hartfiel is going it alone.
Spring opening planned
Crews were busy digging a massive hole on the corner of State Route 87 and East Bonita Street last week as work finally begins on the empty lot.
In an effort to replenish decreasing classroom supplies, TCC, the largest Verizon wireless retailer in the U.S., is donating school supply packs to 5,000 teachers across the country through its annual Teachers Rock Supply Giveaway.
Pine Creek Fudge: Still going strong after 23 years
From a tiny fudge shop open only in the summer, Pine Creek Fudge has expanded under new owners, both in hours and size.
If you feel funding your retirement plan is not always a priority, and your disposable income should go toward more immediate needs, you are not alone.
Lacking a clear economic direction, the Town of Payson is trying to find its way.
The Rim Country’s financial services have recently expanded. Jeffrey C. Sloan is a certified financial planner and chartered financial consultant with the Scottsdale firm of Witnauer Sloan & Associates, LLC. He has opened an office in Payson at 620 E. Highway 260, Suite B3.
For 13 years, Larry Baker and Richard Crowe put everything into Tymeless Antiques and Treasures off Hardscrabble Road in Pine.
Deb Rose had a challenge.
Gerardo Moceri and his wife Maria came to Payson 15 years ago to do something they had not tried — running their own restaurant.