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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Senior proves there’s no such thing as too old for sports

At 85 years old, Lyle Timmons pitches softball in the Spanish Fork City League with 20- and 30-year-old players. His team won the city championship three years in a row. He just competed in the H

Red Desert Ramblers to be featured at museum

By Ginny Ackerson The Springville Arts Commission will present the Red Desert Ramblers in concert on Sunday, Nov. 15, at 4:30 p.m. in the Springville Museum of Art. The concert is part of the mus

The 5 best and worst things about Thanksgiving

By Joe Capell It will be Thanksgiving again before you know it. There are a lot of wonderful things about Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, there are a lot of bad things about Thanksgiving too. Here’s

How Brigham Young responded to his recession

By Jesse Fisher As mentioned, Brigham Young and other LDS leaders said the Mormon cooperative movement of the 1860s was a stepping stone to the United Order – celestial-level economics. President

Ribbon-cutting held for realtor Jace Gordon

The Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce cut a ribbon on Oct. 21 recognizing a realtor who is now working in the area: Jace Gordon of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate - Influence Partn

Trail system plan in works for south county

By Christi C. Babbitt With the help of southern Utah County’s cities, a local governmental organization is evaluating the area’s walking and bicycling opportunities and drafting a plan to improve

Genealogists: British 1939 Register is an amazing source for info

By Ginny Ackerson For those of you with ties in the United Kingdom, the 1939 Register has been released by the British National Archives and Find My Past at findmypast.com. This snapshot of about

Fundraiser to help fund film, research

By Shawn Astin I entered the room at Shriner’s Children Hospital and saw my sweet friend, only 12 years old, recovering from spinal fusion therapy, her eyes full of light and her spirit bright. I

Donation pays to repaint Springville flag pole

By Rod Oldroyd Former Utah County resident John Huish and his wife were passing through his old stomping grounds of Springville one day recently when he immediately noticed the flag flying on the

Family history center classes

The Springville Family History Center is located at 415 S. 200 East across from the Springville Museum of Art. The center is open to the public on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m

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