Teresa McQuerrey


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County’s modular money pit gobbles another $1.2 million

The county’s big plan to save rent money has turned into a money pit — at least temporarily.

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Understanding blood test results

Sandra Montgomery, director of the laboratory at Banner Payson Medical Center, says 75 percent of all medical decisions made are based on lab results. A majority of those lab results come from blood tests.

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Payson’s 1st law enforcement officer dies

Hinderliter served as top cop when Payson first incorporated

Forrest Hinderliter, Payson’s first law enforcement officer, died Sept. 11, 2015 in Jay, Oklahoma.

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County working on courthouse

The improvements planned for the Payson Gila County Courthouse stairs and landings will be a little more involved than first planned.

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Star Valley still has $1 million in the bank

Budget plan includes work on road crossings, water system

The Town of Star Valley has some big-ticket items on its “to do” list in the coming months.

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Rim seniors welcome new physician, Dr. Tamerut Adams DO, to Payson

Members of Banner Payson Seniors packed the most recent Lunch & Learn program to welcome Dr. Tamerut Adams, DO, to the community.

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Gila County seeks more federal funding

Gila County wants more money — the $3 million the federal government owes as part of its Payment in Lieu of Taxes program plus more money to rehabilitate the homes of elderly, disabled and low-income residents.

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Fair warning

Get your entries in so you can get in on the fun

The 2015 Northern Gila County Fair opens Friday, Sept. 11 at the Payson Event Center. So put those finishing touches on fair entries.

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Labor Day weekend events abound

The Labor Day holiday weekend is here.

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Veterans suffer lack of services

Mil Thornton and Kevin Whitaker are on the front lines for Rim Country veterans struggling with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Phoenix. So, it is no surprise they grilled VA representatives at a recent town hall at the Payson Public Library.

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