Teresa McQuerrey


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Schools will get federal money

The Gila County Board of Supervisors last week approved distribution of $1.4 million in federal Forest Fee money to local school districts — including $350,000 for Payson.

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Shelby charter school recruiting students for upcoming year

The 2015-16 school year is barely drawing to a close and Shelby School is recruiting for the new year.

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Owner growing Granny’s in Payson into a destination

Antique store strives to create an experience

Step inside Granny’s in Payson and you are on the overflowing edge of a cornucopia of wonderful collectibles.

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Weekend rodeo will crown new queen

A coronation is part of Payson’s spring rodeo festivities this weekend.

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Highway speed cameras return

Star Valley speeds soared during hiatus

The Town of Star Valley will turn on the Highway 260 cameras for its photo enforcement program Friday, May 20 — perhaps curtailing the soaring number of drivers speeding through town since the cameras shut down.

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Residents urged to pressure ADOT to improve highway

Steve Stratton, Gila County’s former director of Public Works, is now on the board for the Arizona Department of Transportation, which doles out money for critical road and highway projects over the state.

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Choral Society’s concert uplifting

Expect to be energized by selections offered in the spring concert of the Payson Choral Society.

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Medical herbalist introduced to Rim residents

Dale Bellisfield, RN, HN-BC, RH (AHG), a medical herbalist, opened her practice about 10 months ago.

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Star Valley OKs budget

$9 million plan shrugs off radar loss

Shrugging off the loss of photo radar enforcement funds and hearing of plans to pursue $300,000 in new grant money, the Star Valley Town Council approved a tentative $9.1 million budget this week.

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County will spend $200,000 to repair Houston Mesa Road

Travelers along about a half-mile of Houston Mesa Road can expect improved conditions soon.

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