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Monthly Archives: January, 2016

Shirlene “Sherry” Wheeler

FRANCIS SHIRLENE “SHERRY” WHEELER May 28, 1929 – Jan. 12, 2016If you see a pink flamingo you might think of Sherry Wheeler. She once said she hated the lawn ornament kind so her family and friend

Does it sound a little fishy?

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Businesses join to give car to needy family

A family in need was surprised with a car in December as part of an effort by local businesses to give back to their community. Single mother Karen Lerwill and her children Jayda and Koby, of Pay

Lessons From the United Orders’ Failure

With hindsight, it appears Brigham Young may have jumped the gun by introducing the United Order to the Saints in 1873. That year there was a nationwide banking panic, and he apparently introduce

Outstanding students receive awards from Springville Mayor and City Council

In December, Cathay Poulsen and Juan Patino, both students at Springville Junior High School, were awarded the Mayor’s Community Youth Recognition Award at a meeting of the Springville City Counc

Nebo district taking care of students in need

There are currently 1,400 homeless children within Nebo School District. Fortunately, Nebo employees like Monica Hullinger are there to help. Hullinger is a social worker in the district’s Studen

Clive Romney to be featured in Springville concert

The Sunday Concert Series at the Springville Museum of Art is pleased to have Clive Romney perform on Sunday, Jan. 17, at 4:30 p.m. in the Grand Gallery of the museum. This concert is free to the

Janis Neilsen recognized for 200 hours of service

Local resident Janis Neilsen was honored on Dec. 16 for completing more than 200 hours of volunteer service at Tabitha’s Way in Spanish Fork. Neilsen was presented with a plaque and a bouquet of

Spanish Fork Chamber donates to Tabitha’s Way

During the 2015 December Noon Networking luncheon held at Triple T on 1555 N. Main in Spanish Fork, members of the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce were able to have a bit of fun with

Giant Christmas stocking winners named by Big O

At the Payson Big O location at 1146 W. 800 South. Shane and Heidi Allan brought brothers Garrett and Stetson to the shop to see the Allan’s daughter Brynlee win the Giant Stocking.   At the Payson B

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