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Monthly Archives: November, 2016

Beehive Homes Community Spotlight: Nellie Kunz

By Dennis McGrawEvery 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 c

SFHS Girls Soccer Team completes service project

By Jill PiacitelliThe soccer season for area high school girls has ended. The team from Spanish Fork High School had a great run, finishing second in the region and making it to the 4A state quar

New comedy school, theater opening in Provo

By Brady E. Amundson Are you growing weary of rebooted movie franchises and the countless sequels that recycle the same joke material as its predecessors? Do you love comedy but struggle to find

Springville Kiwanis Club installs new officers

The Kiwanis Club of Springville installed new officers at its weekly meeting on Oct. 13. Serving for the next year until October 2017 will be: Michael LeFevre, president; David Shaia, president e

American Legion reports

The Springville & Mapleton American Legion and Auxiliary held their monthly meeting on Oct. 12 in the Veterans Club Room at the Springville Senior Center. Girls State Citizens Maddie Palmer a

Springville Kiwanis Club holds annual Sub for Santa 5K Run

On Oct. 15, Springville High School was the scene of the fourth annual Sub for Santa 5K Run sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Springville. More than 160 runners and walkers ranging in age from 7 t

Hats off to our veterans

By Mayor Steve Leifson, Spanish Fork City As I think about the upcoming Veterans Day, I want to give my whole-hearted “thank you” to all the veterans for what they have done and for what they are

Crowds celebrate opening of Springville Deseret Industries

With the sounds of the Springville High School Marching Band and the snip of a ribbon by Miss Hobble Creek 2016 Kte Keetch, Utah’s newest Deseret Industries store opened Oct. 27 in west Springvil

Paul Christensen: A light to our community

By Allison Davis The loss of a loved one is very hard process to go through, and many people would turn inwards to heal. Not Paul Christensen. After losing his wife, who he took care of for many

Salem Hills High Students of the Month named

By Liz Worthen Salem Hills High School has announced the names of the students chosen as Skyhawks of the Month for the month of October. Skyhawks of the Month for October were chosen from the Sci

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