Teresa McQuerrey


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Tasty triumph in salsa, chili contest

The Payson Rodeo Committee hosted one of its most successful Chili Cook-Offs Sept. 13 in Star Valley.

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Pioneer Dinner celebrates tradition

The memory of pioneers who settled Rim Country and the Tonto Basin, Pine, Strawberry, Star Valley and points both east and west are honored each year at the Pioneer Dinner.

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Fiddlin’ fills Rim Country this weekend

The Rim Country air will be electric with the outstanding acoustic sounds of fiddle music and more this weekend during the 44th Annual Vertilee Floyd Old Time Fiddlin’ Arizona State Championship and Acoustic Celebration.

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Maintain balance with focus, exercise

Preventing falls is crucial in those over 65

One of the first thing that happens as people age is their awareness of where their body is in space, according to Lisa Schultz, director of rehab services with Payson Care Center.

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Star Valley town council approves funds for road improvements

The Star Valley Town Council loosened its purse strings Tuesday. It approved $237,720 for road improvements, as the weather allows. Additionally, the council learned the previously approved Sprague Crossing project will cost $16,000 — slightly more than anticipated.

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County signs off on Fox Farm matter

The de-annexation of 760 acres from Star Valley crossed another hurdle this week.

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Star Valley seeks Gila County money

The Star Valley Town Council is making a bid for some of Gila County’s economic development money.

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Security in place at Globe courthouse

Payson plan offered at end of month

County officials have worked for more than three years to make the Globe courthouse secure.

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Payson’s emergency services create safety net

Emergency service providers in Payson have united to build a safety net for residents and visitors.

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Star Valley on split vote rejects plea for briefing on laws

Star Valley Town Councilor Gary Coon tried to get his comrades to change the way they consider ordinances this week. His efforts failed in a 5-2 vote.

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