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Monthly Archives: January, 2017

Merit Academy’s ASK service club serves dinner at TURN event

By the Merit Academy ASK Club On Dec. 1, members of Merit Academy’s ASK service club served dinner to handicapped adults at TURN’s annual Christmas dinner. TURN is a community service program tha

Sheriff’s officers honored during commission meeting

Utah County commissioners honored all of the dedicated officers and employees of the Utah County Sheriff's Office in a commission meeting held Dec. 13, 2016, along with Sergeant Cole Christensen,

Merit students participate in My Story Matters

By Merit Academy's Service ClubMerit Academy’s ASK students recently participated with My Story Matters and conducted interviews with refugees. My Story Matters promotes healing, inspires hope an

ALA to hold Mini Cheer Camp

Coaches Stephanie Chingas and Amy Walters are inviting girls and boys ages 4 to 12 to attend a Mini Cheer Camp and learn about cheerleading. The workshop will be held Jan. 25 and 26 in the Americ

Community Action Services and Food Bank changes operating hours

Beginning Jan. 3, Community Action Services and Food Bank updated its client hours to add Wednesday evenings and one monthly Saturday.These changes were instituted to make food and other programs

UVU’s Karst & Orndorff finish one win shy of placing at Southern Scuffle

Utah Valley University wrestlers Jordan Karst (heavyweight) and Tanner Orndorff (197 pounds) both had their 2017 Southern Scuffle runs come to a close just one win shy of securing a medal finish

New family board game launches Kickstarter campaign

By Jennifer Durrant Corky’s Porkys, a new family board game, aims to teach kids quick counting skills and to bring families together.The creators of Corky’s Porkys recently announced the launch o

How to find the best assisted living home for a parent

Holiday seasons are a time for family get-togethers. After the parties, siblings often start discussing Mom's and Dad’s health and living arrangements. Usually it goes something like this: “I’m r

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