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Monthly Archives: July, 2016

Meet Thurl Bailey in Santaquin

Come meet former Jazzman Thurl Bailey. Thurl played for the Jazz for 9 seasons and currently works as a member of the Jazz broadcast team. Bailey played college basketball at North Carolina State

Former Orem Mayor Stella Welsh to be honored with Founder’s Day Award

The Bible tells us “We drink from wells we did not dig” and “we are warmed by fires we did not kindle” as a way to acknowledge people who have enriched others’ lives.When it comes to Orem, Utah,

Nebo HOPE Run: Racing for a cure for cancer

Help finish the fight against cancer by joining the Nebo HOPE Run 5K and Family Fun Run on Saturday, Aug. 20. A diagnosis of cancer is a life-changing event for patients, their families and all t

2016 Spanish Fork Fiesta Days

Permeating the air is the savory scent of fried food, parked cars are lining otherwise quiet roads, and then there’s that giant Ferris wheel in the middle of Center Street.  This means the annual

Spanish Fork Main Street Upgraded – July 22 Update

Parking restrictions are in effect along Main Street whenever traffic control barrels and cones are being used for construction activities. Parking restrictions are in effect along Main Str

Dalton’s: More than a steakhouse

Prime rib, smoked salmon, rib eye steak and Saint Louis style ribs. If your mouth isn’t watering right now, I’m guessing you are a vegetarian. Dalton’s is a steak house that is esteemed for its h

Backpack giveaway set to help children in need

It’s hard to believe, but it’s almost back-to-school season! In just a few short weeks, the kids will be getting ready to head back for another amazing school year. This time of year always puts

Beehive Homes Community Spotlight

By Beehive Homes Every 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 long-time members of the c

Elder experiences miracle on the ocean near Panama

By Dennis McGraw It was like any other Sunday, except this Sunday, I was on my own. I was running Sacrament Meeting alone this week — well, without my normal companion, anyway. One of the locals

Nebo district educator J. Lynn Jones retires

Long-time educator J. Lynn Jones is retiring from Nebo School District after a total of 37 years as a teacher, principal and district-level administrator. During his career, Jones has been recogn

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