Teresa McQuerrey


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Flu rising in Rim Country

Every county in Arizona has had confirmed flu cases since the start of the 2016-17 flu season. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, more than 1,000 cases have been confirmed this season.

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Spider, Varicose veins point to circulation issue

Most people will get spider or varicose veins at some point in their life. They’re unsightly, but more importantly they can be an indicator of a circulation issue.

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Four foods that can boost energy

Diet can go a long way toward increasing or lowering energy levels. The following are foods that pack an energetic punch.

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History, organics inspire writer

A love of history serves as a foundation for Josephine DeFalco’s fiction. Her work as a nutritionist, health advocate and urban organic farmer are the cornerstones for her cookbooks.

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Book Blitz features local authors

Starting this week, the Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane Rd., is hosting a series of area authors in a program it is calling Book Blitz at the Payson Public Library.

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Rim Country New Year’s celebrations

Rim residents and visitors looking for an entertaining and appetizing New Year’s Eve celebration have a number of choices available.

Star Valley ponders $260,000 federal grant

The Star Valley council balked at making a decision on some $260,000 worth of project(s) for FY2017 federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds at its Dec. 20 meeting.

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Rim Country Health honors trio of employees

The three women recently recognized by Rim Country Health have a lot in common.

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New cardiologist bringing some new treatments

When Dr. Mir Ali brings his practice from Cobre Valley Heart Institute in Globe to Payson early next year, he will be bringing at least one new treatment — Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP).

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Star Valley seeks councilor, fills two SLE board slots

Star Valley voters who have lived in the community for at least a year and are 18 or older can apply for a spot on the town council by 5 p.m., Monday, Jan. 2.

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