Teresa McQuerrey

Reporter

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Recent Stories

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Banner Alzheimer’s Institute reaches out to Rim Country

An annual brain/mind check should become as routine as any other aspect of a yearly physical.

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P-S residents, visitors invited to help direct area growth

The Pine Strawberry Future Vision­ing Committee, a group of concerned residents, continues its efforts to give the communities direction for the future.

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Bulk cooking can make meals easier

In the Kitchen

School is just around the corner, so make a plan now to get the most out of your time.

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Rim Country Health names Abawi medical director

Dr. Jaber Abawi’s background with internal medicine, infectious diseases, arthritis and geriatric care make him a perfect fit with Rim Country Health.

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Budget forums clarify county spending

Residents were invited to get a close look at the 2015-16 county budget at public forums this week. But in Globe only a couple of citizens attended the first hour (the Payson presentation took place after press time).

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County’s IT director says phone upgrade will free up funds for additional employee

Staff working to expand bandwidth in Globe offices to speed up computers

The Gila County Board of Supervisors heard an update from its information technology (IT) department in a work session July 14.

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Pleasant Valley Days

A quiet day’s visit to a violent past

The residents of Young (aka Pleasant Valley) are once again gearing up for big festivities — Pleasant Valley Days are July 17, 18 and 19. This is the 26th time the celebration of “History & Fun go Hand in Hand in Cowboy Country.”

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Special events at Tonto Bridge

Students in the Rim Country return to school in less than a month now — classes resume Monday, Aug. 3.

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County eyes $6 million in projects

There might be a light at the end of the tunnel for the crowded county facilities in Payson.

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Battle against Alzheimer’s poses difficult choices

Expert discusses diagnosis, and treatment as toll of disease rises

As baby boomers age — with the youngest turning 50 in 2014 — experts say the number of cases of Alzheimer’s disease will also inexorably rise.

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