Christina Newman is the new Director of Nursing for Payson Care Center.
• The Rim Country Chamber of Commerce has an opening on its board of directors.
This year’s vaccine not as effective, but still recommended
The number of flu cases in Arizona has risen, with the first cases reported in Gila County.
Sales tax collections growing a bit faster
Rim Country’s economy continues to perk along a little better than the statewide economy, according to the latest financial tracking report from Payson.
During the November election, three seats on the Pine-Strawberry School Board needed filling, but only two had candidates.
At a special celebration Monday, Dec. 8, Judge Dorothy Little swore in new Payson Unified School District Governing Board members Angie Prock and Sheila DeSchaaf.
Gila Community College music instructor Lisa Tan next semester brings a decade of experience teaching music classes at the university level.
With the state budget looking grim, talk of wresting land out of federal control to turn it over to the Arizona state land trust has gained traction in the Payson Unified School District (PUSD) boardroom.
Contract OK’d as Alliance chair resigns
One bombshell and one move forward.
A 29-year-old Payson man faces a slew of child abuse charges after reportedly slapping around his girlfriend’s children.
Residents protest plan to loosen access requirements
Despite some residents’ objections, the Planning and Zoning Commission Monday recommended the Payson Town Council increase the number of homes allowed on a cul-de-sac to comply with a model, international fire code.
The Payson Salvation Army is in need of volunteers to ring bells for this Christmas season.
The Mogollon Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and the Rim Country Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) had the opportunity to present 1,000 copies of the Constitution of the United States to the students of Payson High School Dec. 9, 2014.
Help our furry friends get a home for the howlidays.