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Life is Better when Eating a Scone!

People love the delicious scones provided by the Springville Kiwanis Club each year during Art City Days. Melted honey...

Spanish Fork’s All Abilities Park offers children of all ages a safe place to explore their capabilities

Spanish Fork City’s new all-abilities park holds the promise...

Wings and Wheels set to roar into Spanish Fork

For the past four years the Spanish...

Children are going hungry and there are ways you can help

By now, most kids in Utah have gone back to school, either in-person or online. They’re wearing their masks...

Your Family Could be Eligible for Pandemic EBT!

Pandemic EBT is a federal program intended to make up the cost of free or reduced school meals that families would have...

Nebo students recognized as Reading Rodeo champions

As one of the top rodeos in the nation, the Spanish Fork Fiesta Days Rodeo recognized 20 Spanish Fork students in Nebo...

Mapleton youth wins Arbor Day tree poster contest

Emma Beach, a fourth-grader at Mapleton Elementary, recently won the Sweepstakes Award for the Utah Arbor Day Tree Poster Contest. 

Fundraising platform helps charities reach donors, goals

By Luke Brandley A Good Cause Global, LLC is a family owned and operated business.  Three...

Payson-Santaquin chamber juggles events schedule in light of pandemic

The last three months have been a wild ride for the Chamber and it’s not quite over yet.  With...

Spanish Fork Fiesta Days Rodeo is a go

Spanish Fork City, the Fiesta Days Rodeo Committee, and the Diamond Fork Riding Club are excited to announce that the 2020 Fiesta...

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Nebo’s Fall Community School Classes Start Next Week

Nebo’s Fall Community School classes are now available.  For the course options in your community, click here: https://www.nebo.edu/community-school. Some class...

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American Leadership Academy of Spanish Fork selected...

Valley View opens its doors to students in Salem

Valley View Middle School in Salem held its ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 17.

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Serve Daily: August 2020

Enjoy the 99th issue of Serve Daily. This issue is full of great articles by local Utah County writers and made possible...

In This Issue: Serve Daily – April 2020

Remember to use be kind to change the world for the better. Learn about many people doing great things to serve their neighbors as we stand together while staying apart.

In This Issue: Serve Daily – March 2020

Remember to use your smile to change the world for the better. Learn about the Ocean in Our Backyard, read about a business owner who credits skills from sewing class to create a business. .

Serve Daily June 2019 (issuu) Issue 85 featuring your favorite positive stories

ON THE COVER: Summer Fun June June PLUS: Volunteer opportunities on page 8, coupons on page 23 and throughout, a Calendar of Events on page 31. Submission Guidelines: Have a great article you wan
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22-year-old Mapleton Man, Caleb Johnson ‘CJ Sleeves’ Dies in Car Accident

On the morning of May 29, 22-year-old Caleb Johnson of Mapleton was involved in a car accident that ended fatally. 

Spanish Fork and Salem honor local business

The Spanish Fork and Salem Chamber of Commerce selected Tony’s Window Cleaning and Lawn Care as January business of the month.

Lilly Pad Project

The Lilly Pad Project, a local charity co-founded by...

Just Do Good

“God is good all of the time.” That was...

Spanish Fork’s All Abilities Park offers children of all ages a safe place to explore their capabilities

Spanish Fork City’s new all-abilities park holds the promise...

Finding Joy in Service

Officer Travis Keel has worked for the...

It’s harvest time and before those apples turn to mush, make a great treat

When I was in high school, I loved coming home on fall afternoons to the sweet smell...

Historic Springville drug store offers service and memories of a different time

Springville has a historic little drug store located at 214 South Main Street that dates to 1909.

Financial help available when dealing with impact of COVID-19

Are you wondering how you’re going to pay next month’s rent, mortgage payment, or utility bill? People are getting back to work,...

Local business owner finds a way to find joy in serving others, even a world away

When Clint Robertson was still a teenage boy, he traveled to serve the people of Davao, Philippines on a two-year mission for...

Local Artist Finds Success Pursuing Drive to Create

Beki Tobiasson, a new resident of Spanish Fork but longtime resident of Utah, recently received an Award of Merit in the Spring...

Pando Aspen Forest Awaits Discovery

With the arrival of September, we will start seeing fall colors appearing later in the...

Wings and Wheels set to roar into Spanish Fork

For the past four years the Spanish Fork Airport has held an open house event titled “Aeroplanes, Trains, and Automobiles” each September....

Children are going hungry and there are ways you can help

By now, most kids in Utah have gone back to school, either in-person or online. They’re wearing their masks and pulling out their textbooks or logging into their virtual classrooms on Chromebooks.

What Happy People Do

Happy People by Little Big Town has been going through my head the last few days, constant, on repeat. It’s a fun song, an important song. The words recall...

The True Definition of Family

Many are familiar with the old proverb, “blood is thicker than water.” As a young boy, and many times since, I have heard that proverb followed by the phrase “but love is...