When the subject is chest pain, you’d expect a packed house for the Senior Circle’s Lunch & Learn program. The room at 215 N. Beeline was filled, but not overflowing. Too bad — Dr. Brent Gear, D.O., one of the emergency department physicians at Payson Regional Medical Center, had a lot of good information to share.
The 57th Annual Hashknife Pony Express commemorative ride will gallop into the Rim Country next week.
Well projects could provide 100-year supply of water
The Star Valley Town Council seems set to focus its next round of grant money on securing more water.
Gene Koeneman turned 99 this month and on his Jan. 11 birthday, family and friends at Shepherd of the Pines Lutheran Church honored him.
As congregation sizes go, Mount Cross Lutheran Church is just average. But while there are only about 150 members contributing to the collection plates, those donors don’t think twice about digging deep into their bank accounts and doing great things.
The Tonto Community Concert Association opens the second half of the 2014-2015 season with a duet of violin and guitar.
The Library Friends of Payson will have local author Carole Emma Mathewson review her recently published novel, “The Waste of War” Monday, Jan. 19.
Gila County government is considering a loan of $2.5 million to buy, place and remodel a modular building — being called the Copper Administration Building — in order to get out of paying rent on buildings where assorted services are housed.
The tradition of the Mogollon Health Alliance’s Black & White Ball started in 2007 as a way to raise money to bring a dialysis facility to Rim Country.
Gerry Reynolds, with the help of many fans, has brought great artists to perform this true U.S. form of music to the Rim Country for 10 years.