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Monthly Archives: September, 2016

Owl fundraiser for kids

By Traci SnappAvon Independent Representative Traci Snapp is sponsoring a fundraiser to give cute Annie the Owl stuffed animals to kids who will be in the hospital over Christmas. The owls will b

ALA fields its first female football player

By Bryce Walker Watching Rebekah Carroll kick the ball into the goal is nothing unusual. But now she is doing it on both the soccer field and the football field. Last June, she was practicing soc

3C Floral celebrates grand opening with ribbon cutting

The Spanish Fork Salem Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting celebrating the grand opening of 3C Floral on Aug. 18. The floral shop is located at 285 N. Main in Spanish Fork. It was opened

San Andres Church plans community fundraiser

By Helen KesterSan Andres Catholic Church in Payson will host an “End of Summer Celebration” dance on Friday, Sept. 16, from 7 p.m. to midnight at the church, which is located at 313 E. 100 North

Saying goodbye to ‘Jed & Kirby’

By Tristan DavisI have been doing my comic strip “Jed & Kirby” for Serve Daily for about three and a half years. It has been a wonderful journey, but I am now ready to move on to something el

5 things parents can’t avoid

As parents, we all have the best of intentions. We want to be good parents and raise fine, upstanding children. But no matter how hard we try to do what is right and avoid any mistakes, there are

Colt Sampson State Farm relocates to Salem

By Brendan HolmesColt Sampson State Farm Agency is dedicated to helping our families and friends. We are so grateful to have an office in such a beautiful area. South Utah County is the best-kept

Let your creativity run wild at Lulu’s Crafty Corner

I was pretty excited because I was able to bring my daughters along when I went to Lulu’s. When I mentioned painting, they got very excited. I was pretty excited because I was able to bring my daught

Quarry a treasure trove of dinosaur bones

By Ed Helmick Many times over the years I have driven past signs on US Highway 6 southeast of Wellington and Utah Highway 10 south of Price that point to the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, but

Airport Open House planned Sept. 10

By Ed Helmick Every two years, the Spanish Fork/Springville Airport holds a spectacular open house event, and it is that time of year again. Like past year’s events, the program this year will in

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