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.
The staff of Kevin Dick Investment Management Group painted the exterior of the Payson Community Kids building Oct. 2.
Star Valley business offers full automotive services
Andrew and Leah Harris dreamed of owning their own automotive service business.
The Verizon store at 401 N. Beeline Highway and Malibu Drive is now owned by TCC.
Businesses provide safe place for teens
After every Longhorns’ Friday night football game, hundreds of keyed up teenagers start casting around for something to do before they have to go home.
Banner shifts contract to PHI Air Medical
Although they are new to the area, many of the medical staff on PHI Air Medical has been flying Rim Country skies for years.
A 2 Beeline Auto Glass is no longer just mobile.
Trident Winery owner Ray Stephens has decided to expand into the prix fixe dinner world once a week. “We’re calling them tasting dinners,” he said.
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They sometimes fly hundreds of miles, but once they reach Payson, have no way to get anywhere.
A visit to Country Charm in the Swiss Village Shops is a sensory overload. From the sweet smells of chocolate and sugar wafting from the trays of fudge and buckets of candy, to the gifts and decorations including a ceiling billowing with colorful fabric. It is like Willy Wonka’s factory with a female touch.
When several co-workers, ahem, the men, at the Roundup heard a shop had opened in Payson selling model kits, they launched into stories of building models as kids — the smell of the glue, applying the decals and the memory of proudly displaying them after hours of work. And for some, then destroying them.
During the 2015 Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR) Leadership Conference earlier this month, the largest trade association in the state presented its first-ever Arizona REALTORS Community Outreach Awards.
HPR founder says existing plant will remain in Payson
Advanced Tactical Armament Concepts will build a $554 million ammunition making plant with 605 employees in Tennessee, but will continue to operate its much smaller manufacturing operation in Payson indefinitely owner Jim Antich told the Roundup this week.