Teresa McQuerrey


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Health Start outreach program to help expectant, new parents

Open only a year, North Country HealthCare is already expanding its services in the area. It is offering a free community health outreach program to help guide expecting and new mothers.

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PRMC names new marketing director

Mindy Strickling is the new marketing director for Payson Regional Medical Center, taking over the position from Jan Parsons, who has served as interim for quite some time.

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Annual Women’s Wellness Forum offers tips to deal with stress

Stress is a fact of life. How an individual handles it is a major factor in their health and well-being.

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New surgeon talks about services

Dr. Elliot Maness, D.O., recently joined Payson Surgery Associates and was the guest speaker at the Feb. 18 Lunch & Learn program at the Senior Circle.

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Pine septic company showdown delayed

The hearing on zoning violations cited at the Pine operation of Little Stinker has been given a 30-day continuance, according to the county. The hearing was to be held at 9 a.m., Friday, Feb. 20.

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Fair could die

Volunteers badly needed

Unless 15 people and are willing to step up as volunteers, the 61-year-old Northern Gila County Fair could die.

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County seeks loan for Payson facilities

Employees honored

The Gila County Board of Supervisors is moving forward to secure $2 million in financing to put a large, used modular building on the county complex in Globe.

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Raising a stink

Little Stinker problems prompt protests in Pine

Pine residents have filed formal complaints against Robert McNabb’s operation of his Little Stinker business with the Gila County Community Development Division.

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Events focus on the love of books and food

Rim Country residents who love food and books have two great events to look forward to. One is just around the corner, the 14th Annual A Taste of Rim Country at the Payson Public Library in March.

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Star Valley working on budget wish list

Building a town is not for the weak: Ask the town council and the five town workers in Star Valley.

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