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Monthly Archives: January, 2016

JMart Publishing named December Business of the Month

J-Mart Publishing Company in Spanish Fork has been named the December Business of the Month by the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. One cannot think of one without thinking of the oth

A list of stellar reasons to buy a home in 2016

Buying a home may seem like a daunting undertaking, but this year many good reasons to buy are coming together in your favor. Reason 1: Interest rates. Interest rates are still at an all time lo

‘Sterling Bridge’ is an inspiring true-life story

I read the short novel “Sterling Bridge” by Chad Robert Parker in two evenings. It had been sitting in my books-to-read pile under a couple of historical fiction books I received as Christmas gif

1830 Census enumerates US residents for first time via uniform schedule

The 1830 Census was the first enumeration in which a uniform schedule was used to enumerate the inhabitants of the United States. Listed by head of household’s name, the enumeration consisted of

Utah County man helping customers personalize their vehicles large and small

Sky Naser, part of the management team at Big O Tires in Payson and Spanish Fork, saw a need and is filling it ... fast! Sky’s Big O Customs is rapidly becoming famous not only in Central Utah bu

Project Teddy Bear brings in over 18,000 stuffed animals

By Cory Maloy Many young kids will find one small piece of joy this Christmas with a teddy bear given to them at care centers throughout Utah serving at-risk children. The teddy bears are donated

Canyon Foot and Ankle Ribbon Cutting

Canyon Foot and Ankle, a medical office dedicated to finding the perfect treatment for your foot condition and lifestyle, has opened in Spanish Fork. With a “conservative-first” approach, Dr. Lev

Nebo School District Surpassed State Graduation Rate

Nebo School District continues to produce one of the highest graduation rates in the country. Nebo’s graduation rate is 90 percent, significantly higher than the state average of 83 percent. Nebo

Provo mayor speaks to Toastmasters club

"Where Leaders Are Made" Utah Valley Toastmasters welcomed Provo Mayor John Curtis in December. The event celebrated the Utah Valley Toastmasters Club’s achievement of obtaining President’s Disti

RootsTech conference pass awarded to Victor Cave

RootsTech, hosted by FamilySearch, is a global conference celebrating families across generations and where people of all ages are inspired to discover and share their memories and connections. T

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