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Monthly Archives: December, 2015

Nebo elementary students are learning robotics

Nebo School District elementary students are learning robotics! This fall, 21 Nebo elementary schools have held robotic classes before and after school each day of the week. Students in grades fo

Holiday concerts to brings movie, live orchestral music together

The Utah Valley Symphony starts off the holiday season this year with a one-of-a-kind performance as they bring together motion picture and a live orchestral rendition of the classic Christmas Ta

Local support group helps parents of RAD children

By Gordon Nielson There are a significant number of children who live their first few years in environments that are not nurturing, engaging and caring. These children come from a variety of fami

Businesses helping children through reading program

For one afternoon every month, the Nebo Comfort Systems team puts away their tools, shuts off their computers and heads back to school. In a partnership with United Way, the Nebo Comfort Systems

Help Utah kids through bank’s Project Teddy Bear

This year, Bank of American Fork will operate its 16th annual Project Teddy Bear. Every year, we are overwhelmed by your support. This project never gets old for us. Since the project was started

Nebo foundation gives grants to local schools

The Nebo Education Foundation has given 12 grants to various schools within Nebo School District to aid teachers in their efforts to provide students with the best education possible. Nebo Educat

Springville mayor, city council honor youth

Springville City’s mayor and city council were honored to recognize four students with the Mayor’s Recognition Award at November’s city council meeting. These students were nominated by their tea

Landmark High School holds annual Thanksgiving dinner

Brian Davenport Dragon Times Adviser On Tuesday, Nov. 24, Landmark High School in Spanish Fork held its fifth annual Thanksgiving dinner for the students. This is a great opportunity for the stud

Landmark High School remembers, honors veterans

Breezy Dunkley Dragon Times Reporter In November, the faculty and staff of Landmark High School in Spanish Fork had their annual Veterans Day assembly in connection with retiring the American fla

Legion gift Bags

For Veterans Day, American Legion District #4 filled gift bags to give to veterans in care centers in Utah County. District #4 Commander George Van de Water of Orem said 180 gift bags were given

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