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Monthly Archives: May, 2016

Memorial Day program in Santaquin

By Clement A. KesterSantaquin American Legion Post #84 will be presenting a Memorial Day Program at the Veterans Memorial in the Santaquin City Cemetery, 100 E. 300 South, on Monday, May 30, at 1

Free Financial Learning Center now open

By Meghan GoodmanThe Financial Learning Center, located at Community Action Services and Food Bank in Provo, opened its doors on April 18 to the Utah County public. Agency partners Bill Hulterstr

The pelicans are back

My wife and I have noticed that the pelicans have returned to Utah Lake. They migrate south in the winter and can be seen in Utah waters starting in about April. They are large birds, which makes

Daughters of the Utah Pioneers plan convention

By Judy ElsnerThe Springville/Mapleton Company of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers is hosting its Two-Company District Convention with the Provo Company on Saturday, May 21. This is a shared ye

Nebo Education Foundation gives grants to local teachers

The Nebo Education Foundation has awarded grants to several Nebo School District teachers to support a variety of programs and projects that will help improve students' education.The foundation i

For creative fun, host a coloring book party

By Belinda BringhurstYou may have noticed something interesting stuffed in the magazine racks at the store: coloring books for adults. Their popularity has grown so fast that the pencil company F

Sheldon Bladh to perform in May as part of concert series

On Sunday, May 15, the Springville Arts Commission will present a performance by Sheldon Bladh as part of the 2015-2016 Sunday Concert Series. Come to the Springville Museum of Art at 4:30 p.m. a

British and Canadian census information available

Canada has done a nationwide census every 10 years since 1881. Before that, censuses were taken at the provincial level. The 1871 census includes Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario an

It’s spring in Utah – or maybe still winter

It's spring in Utah! The sun is shining. The temperature is nice. It's time to put away all your winter coats and gloves and boots. No more long sleeves.Spring is here and it's beautiful. The gra

Cycling America for Alpha-1 research

By Robert Brigance Jr.In May of 2015, I left San Francisco, Calif., for Jacksonville, Fla., to raise awareness and funds for Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency. Alpha-1 is a genetic disorder affectin

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