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Monthly Archives: January, 2017

Orem Movie Lover Donates Albums of Classic Movie Star Autographed Photos to SCERA

When Betty Nichols was about 12 years old, she came down with rheumatic fever, and the treatment in rural Carbon County more than seven decades ago was to send people with the illness to bed for

Fatal Auto/Pedestrian Traffic Accident

On January 16, 2017 at 6:58 PM first responders from the Spanish Fork City Department of Public Safety were dispatched to 720 North Main Street on a report of an auto/pedestrian traffic accident.

Spanish Fork excess snow removal

Due to the large amounts of snowfall, many business parking lots may full of snow and losing valuable parking spaces. The City has opened up an area behind the fairgrounds, for any business that

Fiesta Days Rodeo to celebrate 75 years

By Cecile Peay By Cecile Peay The Fiesta Days Rodeo is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2017. This rodeo just keeps getting better.The Diamond Fork Riding Club was instrumental in starti

La Casita is chamber’s 2017 Business of the Year

The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce that La Casita is its choice for 2017 Business of the Year.Considered one of Utah County’s top Mexican food restaurants for nearl

Kiwanis Club of Springville donates thousands to local schools

On Dec. 5, 2016, Mike LeFevre, president of the Kiwanis Club of Springville, along with other members of the club played Sub for Santa at Reagan Academy and Sage Creek Elementary School. Because

National parks, monuments to offer fee-free days

As most of us know and are proud of, Utah is blessed with five national parks: Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon and Zion. Utah also has eight national monuments: Cedar Breaks, Dino

Letter to the Editor: Paying it forward

I have a sweet story to share about a wonderful, selfless, kind and charitable woman. Ms. Charity! Charity received a Christmas bonus and decided to share it. She went to Walmart and paid off two

Three students honored with Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award

Springville students Allie Dorman, Jon Ferrin and Dakota Pace were recently honored by Springville City's mayor and city council with December’s Mayor Recognition Award.'Allie Dorman attends Mead

Landmark students perform mock brain surgery

Landmark High School students recently performed surgical procedures on an orange that represented a brain in Sarah Lewis's psychology class. Students learned about different parts of the brain t

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