Teresa McQuerrey


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County buildings in Payson have long, twisted, aggravating history

The Roundup recently reported that the Gila County Board of Supervisors awarded a $71,940 contract to Woodson Engineering & Surveying of Flagstaff to provide pre-design services for site development alternatives focused on how to make the best use of the available property and existing buildings.

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Pony rides a popular attraction at the Swiss Village Lighting event

The pony ride at the 37th Annual Swiss Village Lighting had an early start on Friday, Nov. 25 and stayed busy throughout the evening as youngsters — both big and small — clamored to get a ride. The event also had a huge bounce house and more.

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Rim Country Health has jobs for more than health professionals

The employment opportunities at Rim Country Health don’t all require professional health care credentials.

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A gray day in Green Valley Park

GRAY (grā/adjective) 1. of a color intermediate between black and white, as of ashes or an overcast sky; 2. dull and nondescript; without interest or character ...

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Oasis Christian Books and Gifts set ‘grand re-opening’

Oasis Christian Books and Gifts plans a “grand re-opening” this weekend.

Longtime Gila County manager resigns

After years of service to Gila County, Manager Don McDaniel submitted his letter of resignation to the Board of Supervisors Nov. 14.

A season sparse of celebration for my family still provides an opportunity to be a time of thanks

The holiday season is going to be quiet for my family this year. A week after his 82nd birthday in August, our stepfather died after a long battle with a variety of illnesses.

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County upgrades in Payson advance

After years of delay, the Gila County’s courthouse complex in Payson may finally see some major improvements.

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Holiday events launched this week

The holidays are at hand and so is the need for extra help from the community to assist the less fortunate, with pleas for volunteers and donated turkeys in Payson, Pine and Strawberry.

Payson lighting, parade deadlines

We haven’t celebrated Thanks­giving yet, but it is already time to let organizers know if you want to take part in either the Payson APS Electric Light Parade or the annual holiday lighting contest — or both.

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