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Monthly Archives: April, 2016

UDOT, Payson City closer to identifying future of I-15 interchange

The Utah Department of Transportation, in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration, has announced that it has selected four alternatives for more detailed study as part of the I-15 Pa

SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre Announces 32nd Summer Season Under The Stars

The SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre turns 32 years old this year and will celebrate with a 2016 summer season under the stars packed with concerts, musicals and outdoor movies.  Most performances wil

Spanish Fork Main Street rehab beginning

Spanish Fork’s Main Street between 300 South and the I-15 interchange is scheduled to be completely redone this summer by UDOT, with the old asphalt removed and new asphalt laid.Spanish Fo

Cowboys visit students with anti-bullying message

Did you know cowboys think reading is important and that bullying is no good? The Champion Cowboys visited all the elementary schools in Spanish Fork and the junior high schools across Nebo School

Chamber hosts ribbon cutting for Pier 49 Pizza and its new owners

By Shirlene JordanThe Springville Chamber of Commerce welcomes the new owners of Pier 49 Pizza: Andy and Tannie Hjorth. Springville City has a rich history with love of the arts of every kind inc

Dimmick brings new energy as owner of Arrowhead Upholstery

By Kathy AndersonArrowhead Upholstery has been restoring classic car and truck interiors in Payson for the last six years. They also specialize in late model seat repair, ATV and motorcycle uphol

Utah Author Releases New Fantasy Epic

By Michael D. Young, Tooele, UTFeed your Hunger for high fantasy in a new magical adventure by Michael D. Young. “The Hunger” is the beginning of a new series, but is far from Michael’s first boo

Pioneeer museum reopens with improvements

By Judy ElsnerThe Pioneer Museum sponsored by the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers in Springville is having a "Spring Makeover." Boy Scout Spencer Bartholomew, son of Jonathen and Sonia Bartholomew

Project Read honors students in annual event

Project Read will hold its 2016 Annual Student Recognition Event on April 12 to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of its students during the previous year.Project Read, a nonprofit orga

Zions Bank awards Salem teen for good grades

By Britney JohnstonSalem Junior High School ninth-grader Braxton Beatty has received a $100 scholarship savings account after being named a regional winner of the winter drawing held by Zions Ban

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