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Spanish Fork Airport continues to make improvements as use increases

The Spanish Fork Airport is one of the best little airports in the nation.  It has a small town feel to it and has the...

This Year, More Than Ever, Reminds Us of the Need to Help Our Neighbors

When Christmas time comes, there seems to be an overall softening that happens through the world. The Holiday season seems to remind us of those...

New book explores the mysteries of Nine Mile Canyon

Nine Mile Canyon is commonly known for its extensive concentration of prehistoric rock art with more than 10,000 images. It was also a major...

Christmas Bar Cookies offer all the goodness without all the fuss

I love Christmas. The Gibson Home goes all out on Christmas. The porch is decorated, the house is decorated, the tree is decorated. I...

Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree

As a kid going to the forest and selecting a tree to bring home was an important part of the Christmas season. We have...

New church in Payson opens doors with open house

A beautiful new church in Payson adds to the religious diversity of Utah County.  The Saints Peter and Paul Eastern Orthodox Church is a stunningly...

Communities prepare for light displays

We are fortunate to live in south Utah County where we have a couple of amazing Christmas Light displays.  They are also amazingly inexpensive compared...

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 butter and cinnamon sugar drizzling down...

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 of greater inclusivity for local families who have children with special needs. If you’ve recently driven...

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. This year...

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Lance Group Real Estate opens new office in Santaquin

Courtesy photo Lance Group Homes Real Estate recently hosted a grand opening celebration of its new office in Santaquin. Modern full...

Ryan Mortgage selected as Business of the Month by Santaquin-Payson Chamber

The Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce selected Ryan Mortgage as Business of the Month for January.  Since 2006, Ryan...

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In This Issue: Serve Daily December 2020

Enjoy the 103rd issue of Serve Daily. This issue is full of great articles by local Utah County writers and made possible by great...

Spanish Fork Main Street Upgraded

• Parking along Main Street is not available in areas where crews are working. • Parking along Main Street is not available in areas where crews are working. • Parking along Main Street is

Strike out Cancer at 5k fundraiser

Spanish Fork resident Rod Locke is battling cancer and the community is invited to join in the fight by attending a 5k walk/run in his support.The event "Strike Out Cancer" will be held April 14

Funds being raised to aid accident victim

Marshall Burningham had a tragic accident early on the morning of Nov. 9 when he stumbled and fell over the railing at his apartment, falling 60 feet and landing on concrete. It is by the grace of God

Spanish Fork Community Pharmacy ribbon cutting

By Brent & Maureen WarrenSpanish Fork Community Pharmacy is open to serve all of you, our neighbors, in Spanish Fork and the surrounding communities. We are so excited to get to know you and
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Student’s service project offers encouraging words

One of Nebo School District’s sixth-graders, Zoey Fluckiger from Hobble Creek Elementary, completed an amazing service project for the school.  She was challenged to find...

Quarters for Christmas

Salem Junior High students and student council organized and collecting $2,500 for the KSL Quarters for Christmas and Toys for Tots programs. Our own...

Spanish Fork High School student clubs create Christmas trees for charity

In an unprecedented year, Spanish Fork High School was looking for a way to help support the community while bringing together the clubs and...

Living In the World of Television Cliches

I was reading a book the other day. One of the characters walks into a bar. She’s a petite young woman. She immediately runs afoul of a gang of toughs--four or five guys who are much bigger than her....

There are a Few Ways 2020 Rocked

On New Year’s Day, I could almost hear a collective sigh of relief from my entire community. Could you hear it, too?  The year 2020 felt a lot like running a marathon that never seemed to end. When it finally...

Learning to Live with ADHD

Imagine spending every second of every minute of every day surrounded by voices yelling at you, demanding your attention, and telling you different things to think, say, and do.  Imagine that no matter how hard you tried to focus on...

Labyrinth Reminds Watchers to be Strong and Careful of Your Wishes

“Quite often… it seems like we’re not getting anywhere, when in fact, we are.” What a wonderful reminder.  It is our lot in life to try to find the right ways to go, the right things to do, and the...

You will Love Mini Cherry Cheesecakes

February is the month of everything Valentines and for some reason Cherry Cheesecake and Valentine’s seems to go together almost like a box of heart shaped chocolates and Cupid’s arrow. I love cheesecake but I sure don’t like the mess...
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George Thomas Yaccarino

George Thomas Yaccarino, age 73, lived the majority of his life in the small country town of Macclenny, Fla. For the past six years...

Joe Dean Cash

Joe Dean Cash, 87 years old, received a terminal diagnosis on Tuesday and spent the next two days at home surrounded by family, laughing...

Norma Jean Averett (Schultz)

Norma Jean Schultz Averett, age 92, beloved wife, mother, foster mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend, passed away of a much-used and worn-out heart on...

Mark Allen Pulham

Early in the morning on Jan. 15, our dad, Mark Pulham, joined our baby sister in heaven with his family surrounding his bedside. Our...

Love, and Serve Daily

Local business and charity join forces to help the community they serve Throughout 2020, many companies, people and communities felt the impact of a shifting society...

Feeding the Stomach and Soul through Community Gardening

They say sharing is caring, and for Keri Beirdneau, participating in a community garden might just be the epitome of sharing.  Community Action Services and...

Charities Find a Way to Help During Pandemic

Due to complications from a global pandemic that took the world by storm, 2020 presented some challenges for charities.  Many of the normally scheduled food...

Birds of a Feather

One of the largest migrations of snow geese takes place right in our backyard One of the largest annual migration visits of snow geese in...

Farm and Hive

One local family farm plans to make the most of 2021 Now that 2020 is over, many small business owners in our communities are looking...

A Monolith of Hope

Payson man creates obelisk  to lift his wife’s spirits as she battles cancer Wesley and Wendy Peay of Payson. Photo by Ashley Janae Photography If you’ve paid attention...

Create a ‘Service Calendar’ for the New Year

A new year is finally here. I don’t know if there has ever been a year more hoped for or sought after. I can’t...

Chocolate Crunch Bars the perfect recipe after a hectic holiday season

Christmas is over. Pause, take a big breath, and let out a sigh.  Few of us would say December was the same as most Decembers;...

Ranch brings thrill of the hunt to life for enthusiasts

You are probably familiar with the large non-flying bird native to Australia called an emu. They can be six feet tall, weigh 80 to...

Chairbound Sportsmen set their sights on the year ahead

Due to COVID-19 several fund-raising events were cancelled, and new funding was down about 25 percent over 2019, but the Chairbound Sportsmen Organization did...
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