Teresa McQuerrey


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Getting into the Christmas spirit

The 7th Annual Pine Strawberry Festival of Lights tips off at noon, Saturday, Nov. 28 and continues until 8 p.m. at the community center with an arts and crafts fair and children’s activities.

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Holiday events abound in Rim Country

OK – no looking back – the holiday season has arrived and it gets a little mind-boggling when you start trying to just list (chronologically) all the events planned for the next several weeks ... and the school stuff isn’t even included ...

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Celebrate ranching and the holidays

Ranching has deep roots in Gila County — there were ranchers making a living off the land long before there was even a Gila County.

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New owners for Verizon on Malibu

The Verizon store at 401 N. Beeline Highway and Malibu Drive is now owned by TCC.

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Gem and Mineral show this weekend

The Gem & Mineral Show, presented by the Payson Rimstones Rock Club, is in a new, family-friendly venue this year.

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Storytellers converge on Pine

Enjoy an evening with some of the world’s best storytellers Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Pine Community Center Cultural Hall. Join them for a meet and greet, have dinner with them and then settle in for some great storytelling.

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Payment due by Dec. 2 for schools, county, districts

Gila County mailed out property tax bills in October and the first half of the payment was due Nov. 2. The second half is due May 2, 2015.

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Children recall a father who was larger than life

His children fondly remember George Armstrong’s colorful legacy. The one-time owner of Doll Baby Ranch lived life to the fullest up until he died of cancer on Sept. 18 in California.

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Veterans Day celebrations

Everyone knows someone who has served or is serving in the U.S. military. So everyone in the Rim Country is encouraged to participate in a celebration of those veterans and active duty personnel and their families at a ceremony for Veterans Day.

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Health survey will determine programs

The Gila County Health Department wants the public’s help in figuring out how to spend more than $200,000 a year for three years to teach low-income residents about eating healthy and staying active.

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