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Monthly Archives: December, 2015

Stacy Nance is named Springville Citizen of Year

Stacy Nance of Springville has been named Citizen of the Year by the Springville Chamber of Commerce. Stacy Nance was born and raised in Springville and is a graduate of Springville High School.

8 months of eating adventures

The past 8 months have been filled with adventures in eating. I hope that you have found some new places to try as well as rediscovered some old favorites. Since it has been 8 months since my last

Springville Youth Court is in now in session

The Springville Youth Court is now in session. Twenty-five students from Springville High School, Merit Academy, Springville Junior High School and Mapleton Junior High School have been trained a

Brigham Young’s four types of United Orders

In 1873, in response to a world-wide recession, Brigham Young rolled out United Orders to better insulate the Saints from the negative side effects of the boom-and-bust American economy. Church H

Springville/Mapleton Company DUP installs officers

By Judy Elsner The Springville/Mapleton Company of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers has new officers for the 2015-2016 terms. These board members were installed at the yearly Jubilee held in Se

Christmas tree showdown: Real tree versus artificial

The whole idea of the Christmas tree seems rather odd, doesn’t it? We go out into the forest and kill a tree. Then we bring it back to our house, where we plant the dead tree in our front room in

Serve Daily readers can now post life events free online

Serve Daily readers can now post information for free online about their weddings, missionary announcements, birthdays, military news, Eagle Scout Awards, obituaries and other life events at www.

Springville High marching band looking to grow

By Amy Gabbitas What sport requires all team members to play every minute of every game regardless of their ability? The players also dedicate several weeks every summer and early mornings during

C.S. Lewis Academy issues Kindle devices to students

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, all fourth- through eighth-grade students at C.S. Lewis Academy in Santaquin were issued a personal Kindle Paperwhite thanks to a Title I School Improvement Grant. Students ha

Santaquin Legion Auxiliary honors veterans at dinner

By Helen Kester The Santaquin Veterans/Senior Citizen Center was packed to capacity at the November meeting as American Legion Auxiliary #84 honored 61 veterans and their partners with a prime ri

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