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Monthly Archives: January, 2017

Springville Historical Society plans February lecture

Brigham Young famously said, "If I were placed on a cannibal island and given a task of civilizing its people, I should straightway build a theatre." The pioneer settlers of Springville heeded Br

Letter to the Editor: Small gesture, big difference

The other day (December 20, 2016) at work a lady went through the line with one doughnut. Not a big purchase but she had had a long day and deserved a treat. To her dismay she could not find her

Maple Mountain High wins prestigious award

The Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association announced recently that Maple Mountain High School was awarded the Director’s Cup for 4A schools in the state of Utah for the 2016-201

Payson family hopes its Drip Drop Games make it big

By Steve Southwick Oft times popular games begin in a very small way. Back in 1883 at age 16, George Parker came up with a game of money called “Banking.” Friends and family liked it so much they

Epperson Family Chiropractic unwinds tension with gentler chiropractic technique

By Dr. Michael Epperson, D.C. Dr. Michael Epperson, D.C., chiropractor and owner of the new Epperson Family Chiropractic, seeks to fight the negative effects of stress with a gentle chiropractic

Daylight Donuts opens in Payson

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently to welcome the newest member of the Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce: Daylight Donuts. The business is located at 887 E. 100 North in Pa

Naming patterns can provide hints for genealogy work

In America, families used various patterns in naming their children. Though these rules were not followed by everyone, enough people followed these naming customs that you can utilize them to get

Letter to the Editor: Tabitha’s Way Christmas community dinner

I had the great opportunity to volunteer with two of my sons at the Christmas Community Dinner held Dec. 16 at the Veterans Memorial building. This was our first time being a part of this amazing

Local Civil Air Patrol ready when needed

There is a Civil Air Patrol Squadron based at the Springville-Spanish Fork Airport that is one of the most qualified and mission-ready of the 13 squadrons in the state of Utah. The Utah Wing of t

CERT training to start in February

The Springville Community Emergency Response Team strengthens the city by taking care of local neighborhoods one street at a time. In the event of a disaster, family, friends and neighbors can co

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