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Nebo District Mathlete Olympiad

In May, students from five different elementary schools competed in the first ever Nebo District Mathlete Olympiad.  The event was held at Maple Ridge Elementary with students from Sierra Bonita,

Singer David Archuleta at SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre June 20

David Archuleta, who shot to fame as a 16-year-old during the seventh season of FOX Television’s “American Idol,” will be one of the SCERA’s shooting stars this month at the SCERA Shell Outdoor T

10-year Reunion Celebrations for “Triple Deuce” Ramadi Deployment

Reunion celebrations are scheduled to occur June 25 in Cedar City for the members of the 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery, who deployed to Ramadi, Iraq, ten years ago. The reunion events will

Adult Education Recognition Night

By James Cushman, Dragon Times ReporterOn may 5th, 2016 several adults graduated from the Nebo Adult Education high school program located at Landmark High School. It was a heartwarming ceremony

Kaufman Anniversary on July 23

Pattie Cutler and Roger Kaufman, both from Springville, Graduating Class of 1971 were married July 23, 2015. Attending school and growing up in the same little town, reunite 45 years later, Roger

Check Out the Dancing Princesses, Cupcake Wars, and Lego Sculptures on Friday, June 17th

This article was written collaboratively by the Adventures in Creative Writing Class at the Spanish Fork Youth Arts Festival: Gardner Davis, Stuart Holley, Emmie Park, Amy Baird (teacher), Maggie

Art City Days Regatta at 1:30 on Saturday June 11

Saturday will be the day for the Art City Days Regatta at Bartholomew Park.  The regatta is where kids and even older people (one will be built by men over 70 years old) make their boat out of du

Spanish Fork Main Street Upgraded – June 9 Update

Crews will be continuing work on the pedestrian ramps on both sides of Main Street from 300 South to 1000 North.Please use caution and follow signs indicating where sidewalks are open while

A Thousand People Gathered to Learn How to Serve Refugees in Utah County

Ever since the semi-annual women's broadcast of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on March 26, 2016, where church members were encouraged to help local refugees, the phones at nonpr

Annual Run with the Pigs

Fatheads, Flatheads, and Four Bangers, oh my! If you were in Springville this past weekend you were likely treated to the invigorating heart thumping rumble of the hogs as they poured out of the

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