Teresa McQuerrey


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Rim Country Republicans like Trump best

Rim Country Republicans staged a presidential primary straw poll at the World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo, with Donald Trump coming out way ahead.

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Get a jump on Labor Day fun

Start celebrating this weekend with special Rim events

The Labor Day holiday weekend is little more than a week away — it is “officially” Saturday, Sept. 5 through Monday, Sept. 7 — but you can start celebrating this weekend with some special events around the Rim Country.

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Star Valley residents worried about waste transfer impacts

Some Star Valley residents are still concerned about the plans for the Waste Matters, Inc., site at 61 Moonlight Drive.

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CEO excited about Banner changes

Patients now part of health care team

“I’ve never been as excited as I am right now,” Lance Porter, chief executive officer of Banner Payson Medical Center told the crowd at the most recent Lunch & Learn program. Presented by the Banner Payson Seniors, the program took place at the Church of the Nazarene due to high interest among the program’s members.

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Reigning rodeo queens welcome would-be successors

One of the splashier aspects of the 131st World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo in Payson this week is the pageant crowning of the next Miss Rodeo Arizona and Miss Teen Rodeo Arizona.

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Rodeo events Thursday through Saturday

Tilt your head just right as those magnificent teams of women and men and beasts bust out of the chutes into the arena, you can see shadows in the dust reaching back 131 years.

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Whooping cough case reported in Globe

A case of whooping cough in Globe has sent Gila County health officials scrambling and underscored the need for parents countywide to get their children vaccinated.

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It’s Tontozona time in Rim Country

It’s here — Tontozona time. Welcome!

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Falls have frightening statistics for the elderly

Falls might seem like a minor health issue, but as we age they can result is serious complications.

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Digital educational plan collapses

A little more than a year ago, Gila County School Superintendent Linda O’Dell sought the Board of Supervisors’ approval to enter into an intergovernmental agreement to expand interactive television (ITV) services in the schools. The project would open up programs at all participating schools and help educators get training and curriculum materials.

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