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Monthly Archives: November, 2016

AT&T Celebrates New Retail Store at University Mall in Orem

By Suzanne Trantow A community group including Orem Mayor Brunst, the Salt Lake Chamber, Miss Orem and local organizations celebrated AT&T’s new retail store at University Mall in Orem with a

November Grants Given by the Nebo Education Foundation

The Nebo Education Foundation board had a record number of grants in November. Here are a few more that received funds to meet the many needs across the district. This Foundation Board functions

Obituary: Sherman Jones

Sherman Lovell Jones of Santaquin, Utah passed away peacefully on Friday, November 11, 2016. He was born in Oak City, Utah on May 16, 1930 to Jefferson and Belva Jones. He was the sixth of seven child

A note from Mayor Hunsaker

As we end this election season and look into the future with a new President, I am reminded how great this Democracy is that we are privileged to be a part of.  Regardless of your political affil

Payson firefighters train in flashover behavior

By Steve Parsons The Payson City Fire Department has completed its annual training in the "hot house." The Utah Fire and Rescue Academy (https://www.uvu.edu/ufra/) conducts the training all acros

Spanish Fork High School students write letters to the next president

As Americans were preparing to elect a new president in November, AP English Language and Composition students at Spanish Fork High School were tackling important issues with a writing project ca

USPS worker retires after 33 years

Clint. W. Harwood of Spanish Fork is retiring after 33 years of work for the U.S. Postal Service at offices in Utah County.Harwood began his USPS career in 1984 when he had an opportunity to appl

Mapleton asking for input on future commercial development

Mapleton City is asking residents for their opinions about the look of future commercial development along Highway 89, a major traffic corridor stretching from north to south through the city tha

Saving Thanksgiving Madera Smokehouse style

Update: as of Nov. 3rd Madera closed and is looking for a new location. Stay tuned for more information. Enjoy the review for the restaurant you love.Turkey. Many Thanksgiving feasts have been ru

Beehive Homes Community Spotlight: Carol Barrett

Every community has people in it that make it great. I’m talking about salt-of-the-earth kind of people. Join us as each month as we highlight one of our longtime members in the community. Carol

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