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Payson PetSmart donates funds for dog park structure

Tails will be wagging this fall with the construction of a long-awaited shade structure at the Rumsey off-leash dog park.

Rim Country’s recovery continues to lag behind state

Payson’s economy continues to lag well behind the state and the nation, according to the May financial tracking report released by the town.

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Payson still seeking business rebound

Payson’s anemic recovery continues to lag behind the rest of the state, which helps explain why the town has so far this year spent $1.1 million more than it has collected in revenues.

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Payson job seekers hope for a match

Employers and would-be workers got a chance to connect last Saturday at the Second Annual Community Job Fair at Rim Country Health.

Chitwood’s Cabinets to host Chamber Mixer Thursday

The May Chamber Mixer will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, May 16 at Chitwood’s Cabinets, 812 N. Beeline Highway.

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Dominion Real Estate honors Payson office

Dominion Real Estate Partners honored Payson licensed owner managers Tad and Bonnie Neal and Susan Slenk for having the second highest volume and transactions closed last year.

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New owner at Little Caesars

Little Caesars Pizza has a new owner. This is Michael Cooks fifth Little Caesars store. Cook, who lives in Globe, owns Little Caesars in Globe, Pinetop, Show Low and Taylor. He has been a franchisee since 2001.

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A watchful eye

Pine couple starts home watch service

With upward of 75 percent of homes in the Pine-Strawberry area being second or vacation properties, many sit empty for months on end, a target for thieves.

Economic development group reboots

While the Northern Gila County Economic Development Corporation (NGCEDC) and the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce always worked together to improve the area’s economy, the organizations recently announced a more formal agreement.

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Dimi Espresso offers passport to Italy

When Tom Plets traveled to Italy to study art history two years ago, he found his learning swirled more around the scene at local cafés rather than Monet’s impressions.

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