Teresa McQuerrey


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Moments of Life Celebration is Saturday

This weekend, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, April 30 is the second annual Moments of Life Celebration and Hospice Compassus Open House.

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Star Valley rejects plea of RV owner

Initial impressions may lead travelers driving through Star Valley to believe there is no rhyme or reason to how the community is cobbled together.

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Continuing the fight against Alzheimer’s

A cure for Alzheimer’s disease remains the Holy Grail for medical professionals and scientific researchers in the field.

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Healthy heart helps keep brain healthy

Kim Alten told guests at the 2016 Women’s Wellness Forum April 23, heart health has residual effects on the brain and memory.

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Food for a healthy brain is good for the whole body

Dee McCaffrey added her advice as a chemist and nutritionist to the lessons offered to keep the brain healthy at the 2016 Women’s Wellness Forum.

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Star Valley faces 28% drop in revenue

Huge reserve fund will cushion blow of lost photo radar

Star Valley must cross a big canyon on a rickety bridge on the road to its fiscal 2016-17 budget — the loss of revenue with the forced discontinuation of the town’s photo enforcement program.

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Septic switcheroo spurs outcry

A dozen angry residents packed the usually lightly attended Gila County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, riled up about a plan to involve the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality in local wastewater disposal efforts.

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Screening still best tool in fight against breast cancer

The most common cancer in American women today, excluding skin cancers, is breast cancer. It is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in U.S. women (lung cancer is the leading cause).

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Hospice volunteers celebrate a life in the shadow of death

Hospice is about living, not dying.

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Film festival includes tale of girl targeted by the Taliban

Later this year, the Payson chapter of Amnesty International celebrates its sixth anniversary. This weekend it has one of its biggest annual events — a film festival.

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