Teresa McQuerrey


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Creating a home for RCH residents

Everyone on the staff Rim Country Health wants the facility’s residents to feel at home. To that end, extra efforts are made all around to give them a sense of hominess.

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Senior Connections 2016

Make plans for future care

It is never fun — and often very difficult — for seniors to sit down with their adult children or the people they want to look after their interests when they are unable to do so and make a plan.

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Payson business has international reach

The Rim Country has an international reputation as a recreational mecca. Not many residents realize it has an international business reach as well.

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Fierce struggle

45,176-acre Cedar Fire impacts Gila County

The impact of the 45,176-acre Cedar Fire is being felt in Gila County, so the board of supervisors on Thursday declared an emergency —mostly to qualify for federal help if the fire causes problems — including mudslides when the monsoon arrives.

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Digestive system more complex than we realize

The digestive system — most of us understand it this way: we eat, we digest converting food to energy, what isn’t used is either eliminated or is stored as fat.

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Star Valley horse facility has use permit continued

The Star Valley Town Council voted to continue the conditional use permit it gave the Heart 6 Ranch back in January at its June 7 meeting.

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Tonto Bridge seeks lodge operator

The historic Goodfellow Lodge at Tonto Natural Bridge State Park is ready for guests — if the state can hire a concessionaire to operate it. Arizona State Parks is hosting a pre-proposal conference at the park June 13.

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Gila County awards $30,000 for brush pits

The Gila County Board of Supervisors made a $30,000 grant June 7 to the Tonto Natural Resource Conservation District for the northern Gila County brush pits.

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Gila County must cope with health crisis

The state of the health of Gila County residents and how to improve it came before the Board of Supervisors recently.

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June activities abound in Rim Country

A host of activities in June will keep Rim Country residents hopping.

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