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Star Valley names new park for founder

The new Star Valley park was officially named for one of the young community’s founders at the April 15 meeting of the town council.

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Medical director calls RCH staff, patients ‘family’

Dr. Mark Ivey, MD, officially became semi-retired last summer, but still makes rounds and sees patients at Rim Country Health where he serves as the medical director. He shares the duties with Dr. Jaber Abawi, MD, MRCP. Ivey is also the medical director for Payson Home Health.

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Town’s under-construction park proving popular

Although the dust of development has not even settled on the new park in Star Valley, as crews work on the volleyball courts and horseshoe pits, several groups already want to schedule events.

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Star Valley budgets for road work

Projects could cut into town’s reserves

Star Valley residents should expect to see a lot of roadwork underway over the spring and summer.

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Ah, spring … ah … choo!

Spring — the season of renewal ... and allergies.

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Man sets out to walk across America

Londoner walking to raise funds for disabled children, diabetes

Neatly cropped salty hair, a close-trimmed white beard, and a charming British accent made Naz Yacoob one of the more unusual of the folks traveling across America that have dropped by the Roundup to share their story.

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PHS math teacher named county Teacher of the Year

When asked what they teach, most educators would name a subject — but Halli Kinnick answers that she teaches students.

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Delayed property tax billing still being scrutinized

Save for 13 properties, the delay in sending out Gila County property tax bills is nearly resolved, according to Treasurer Debora Savage.

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Wellness forum takes on intimate atmosphere

You missed a lot if you missed the 16th annual Women’s Wellness Forum.

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Election season in Rim Country

Spring is barely a week old, but political hopefuls are popping up all over the place.

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