1840 – First account of modern, indoor plumbing. 1867 – The United States purchases Alaska for $7.2 million, the equivalent of 2 cents per acre. No doubt the sellers have remorse.
The Phoenix New Times selected Fossil Creek Creamery one of the best “Summer Day Trips.”
The Meditation Book Group on Jan. 28 will begin coverage of “Falling into Grace — the End of Suffering,” a focus that will continue for until June 3.
Several groups have formed to address the needs of seniors, which comprise about a quarter of Payson’s population.
Work to open two new big box stores in Payson is well under way.
The Rim Country real estate market in 2012 gave us cause for optimism as the market bottomed out.
With an overflow of treasures, Tymeless Antiques & Treasures has expanded into a new shop in Pine.
From part-time sandwich maker to owner of thriving franchise
From part-time sandwich maker to franchisee, Kathy James is Payson’s sandwich czar. Now in three weeks time, she’ll have a new store to rule.
Benjamin Franklin made famous the statement; “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”
Town income rises across the board
The Town of Payson’s revenue rose modestly across the board in November, according to the monthly financial tracking report. Income rose in almost every category for the year.
January is Financial Wellness Month — a great time to think about your financial future. It also happens to be at this time that many people make resolutions for the New Year. Why not combine the two ?
Kori Rockwell said it was exciting to see her dream home being built from the ground up.
Supervisors balk at stipend on top of overtime for emergency call outs
Weekend winter storms mean calling in county staff to man the snowplows. But sometimes, the county simply doesn’t have enough people to respond, Steve Stratton, director of the Public Works Division told the Gila County Board of Supervisors at its Dec. 18 meeting.
As an investor, you can sometimes feel you’re at the mercy of forces beyond your control. This may be especially true today, when the entire country appears on edge about the approaching “fiscal cliff.”
If there were such a thing as gifts for the real estate market, here is what I would ask of Santa for Christmas: