Alexis Bechman

Reporter

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Alexis attended the University of Arizona where she graduated in 2008 with journalism and retailing degrees. She joined the Roundup staff a month after graduation. At the Roundup, Alexis covers the Star Valley Town Council, law enforcement, courts and business beats.

Recent Stories

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Payson still needs town attorney

The search for a new town attorney has hit a roadblock once again.

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2nd slide on ice fatal

A Phoenix man survived a rollover Sunday morning south of Payson, but was killed when another driver lost control and struck him.

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Crash kills teen

A former Rim Country student died this weekend when his vehicle rolled north of Payson and caught fire.

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Going home

Residents begin returning to Canal Apartments

With soiled carpet and water-soaked walls replaced, the first round of residents moved back into the Canal Senior Apartments Monday and everyone is expected to be back home by Christmas, staff says.

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Planning brouhaha

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.

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Hitting the kids

A 29-year-old Payson man faces a slew of child abuse charges after reportedly slapping around his girlfriend’s children.

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MHA to the rescue

Health Alliance donates $5,000 to help homeless residents

The Mogollon Health Alliance Monday donated $5,000 to help the residents of the Canal Senior Apartments, who were displaced last month due to water damage.

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Man accused of molesting granddaughter

A 70-year-old Chandler grandfather is accused of molesting his 12-year-old Payson granddaughter repeatedly and attempting to assault his then 17-year-old granddaughter as well.

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Competition, transportation drive up gas prices

As gas prices steadily fall elsewhere, the cost per gallon in Rim Country remains high and that’s frustrating drivers.

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