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Monthly Archives: January, 2017

Student rewarded for great grades through Pays for A’s program

Salem Hills High School 12th-grader Benjamin Cromar received a $100 scholarship savings account as a regional winner of the winter drawing through Zions Bank’s Pays for A’s program.Pays for A’s r

Springville FFA enjoys the gift of giving

Springville High School and the Springville FFA were able to participate in the United Way Sub for Santa program during the holiday season. The FFA, along with many other clubs at the high school

5 ways 2017 will be better than 2016

It's a brand new year! 2017 is here to rescue us from all the despair and misery that 2016 wrought. 2017 will be fantastic! 2017 will be full of sunshine, lollipops and rainbows! 2017 will be app

Artist donates eagle painting to veterans home

Local artist Diane Sebring has found a way to combine three of her passions - watercolor, birds and patriotism - in her beautiful depiction of our nation’s symbol, the bald eagle.“Eagles are amaz

Sunday Concert Series to feature Hat Trick trio

Hat Trick, a flute, viola and harp trio, will perform as part of the Sunday Concert Series at the Springville Museum of Art on Sunday, Jan. 15, at 4:30 p.m. The concert is free to the public. For

Springville City says goodbye to longtime employees

Springville City had several longtime employees retire in 2016. The city is grateful for their many years of service and making the community a better place to live. Those who retired include:Chr

Santaquin fifth-graders graduate from D.A.R.E. program

By Penny Reeves It was a big deal for Santaquin fifth-graders as they graduated from D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) in December. Local officers Russ Woodland and Kris Johnson of the S

Utah County 4-H Ambassadors complete service project for refugees

By Diana Boley During the holiday season, people often look for ways to serve others. In that spirit, Utah County 4-H Teen Ambassadors recently organized a service project to help refugees in the

Two longtime Springville City employees retire

By Craig Norman Springville City's Hobble Creek Grounds Superintendent Chris Jensen has been with the city for more than 43 years and will retire the end of the month. Steve Braun has been involv

Nearly 8,000 stuffed animals collected through Project Teddy Bear

By Nate Mathis Utah County high school students played a big role in the success of Project Teddy Bear during the holiday season. The 17th annual Project Teddy Bear resulted in the accumulation o

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