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Monthly Archives: June, 2016

Miss Salem thanks community

By Jenessa PrattServing as Miss Salem 2015 has been an adventure of a lifetime! I have been so blessed to execute my platform "The Fight Against Pornography" within the community and to receive e

Cactus flowers are blooming

With the wet spring, we have had the desert has come alive with blooming cactus. What a delight to see the splashes of colorful flowers in the earth tones of the desert floor. It is amazing to se

Edward Jones named Spanish Fork Business of the Month for May

By Clark CarasCongratulations to Edward Jones Investments, May's Business of the Month for the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. David R. Kincaid, financial advisor, was recently elect

Support self-reliance through Circles Salem

By Jasmine ReynoldsBeing a volunteer for Circles blesses the lives of volunteers and participants as it fosters self-reliance and builds friendships. It is a nationwide organization that helps in

Long-time educator Carol Day retires

By Chris HashMapleton NewsAfter 29 years, Mapleton educator Carol Day is graduating from elementary school.Twenty-three of those 29 years have been spent in Nebo School District, most recently at

Public invited to learn about Arabian horses at open house

By Jessica TaylorIn 2015, Taylor Ranch started a riding lesson program to introduce the outside world to the Arabian horse. We had a great response and decided to expand the program and held a su

Why coloring is good for you

By Belinda BringhurstAccording to clinical psychologist Scott M. Bea, Psy.D., coloring ”has everything to do with refocusing our attention.” It may look like a simple activity, but focusing on co

Host families sought for World Folkfest dancers

Host families are now being sought for the more than 250 international visitors traveling to Springville for the 2016 World Folkfest. This year is the 30th anniversary of the Folkfest, and dancer

Project Read launches new website

Project Read, an adult literacy program serving Utah County, is excited to announce the launch of its new website. The new site, made possible by Sebo Development, offers a refreshed and simplifi

Improve art skills at Springville school

By Ryan BrownThe Center for Academic Study is a professional art school located at 43 E. 200 South in Springville. Although many people are not aware of the school, it has been open since 2008. T

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