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Monthly Archives: June, 2016

2016 Champion Challenge Reading Challenge

It started with one teacher issuing a simple challenge to her class to read more western novels. Now it is a city wide effort to encourage reading and introduce the rodeo to a younger generation.

Girls State candidates chosen in Springville

By Shawn SchoutenThe Springville unit of the American Legion Auxiliary is pleased to announce the candidates that will be attending Utah Girls State this year. Each year those who apply go throug

Those good ol’ British crime classics are back in style

By Debbie BalzottiI brought home "The Sussex Downs Murder" by John Bude from the library last week. Originally published in 1936, this little British detective novel is just my cup of tea. It fal

Beehive Community Spotlight: Lottie Lou Anderson

By Beehive HomesEvery community has people in it that make it great. I’m talking about salt-of-the-earth kinda people. Join us as each month as we highlight one of our own longtime members of the

Start a summer reading quest

By Michael YoungWhy participate in a summer reading program when you could embark on a summer reading quest?Anytime through Sept. 1, readers can begin their quest. All participants will receive a

Sp. Fork bridge enlarged from two to five lanes

By Tyler JacobsonHave you ever tried riding your horse or driving your tractor over the train tracks and through a ravine? Early Spanish Fork settlers likely tried this on many occasions at the i

92nd annual Spring Salon now on display

The 92nd Annual Spring Salon is now on display at the Springville Museum of Art. This exhibit of works by Utah artists will continue to be exhibited at the museum through July 9. The museum is lo

Learning about Payson history through old tintype

By Stephen ParsonsContinued from last month: As we continue to follow the clues of the photo, we begin to establish a time period for the image. We have the photo from last month showing the view

Key for Women craft night fundraiser to be hosted by Lulu’s Crafty Corner

By Local CheddarLulu’s Crafty Corner in Payson is opening soon, and what better way to kick things off than with an entertaining evening of crafting benefiting the American Cancer Society? Lulu’s

Take advantage of rebates, tax credits at home

When your air conditioner or furnace dies, you find yourself facing some quick, perhaps difficult, decisions. You want to avoid scam artists who know how to turn your practicality against you.“Em

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