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Monthly Archives: February, 2017

Utah’s winter provides sanctuary for bald eagles

During the years I have traveled the back roads of Utah, I have noticed that my opportunity to photograph bald eagles has been greater in the wintertime than in the summertime. I just discovered

The amazing winter season

We are blessed living at this latitude and altitude with four seasons to entertain us during the year. Winter is a cool season (pun intended) because it has some unique features for us to think a

Giveaways: Subscribe to the Serve Daily Newsletter to enter to win a $75 Gift Card to Santa Queen Drive Inn

Serve Daily Giveaways Welcome to the March 2017 giveaways, yes we meant it to be plural, because we actually have two $75 gift cards to Santa Queen Drive Inn. So two lucky winners will be selecte

Utah Valley completes road sweep with 88-68 win at UTRGV

Jordan Poydras scored 17 points and Zach Nelson added 14 to lead the Utah Valley University men's basketball team to a two-game road sweep with an 88-68 win over UT Rio Grande Valley on Saturday

Obituary: Iva Jewel Sorensen

Iva “Jewel” Sorensen passed away February 22, 2017, at age of 79 in Payson, Utah. She was born in Gunnison, Utah, on August 23, 1937. Jewel was a loving wife and mother. She was compassionate to

Ben Ford Appointed Peak Center Administrator

Wade Tischner, the current administrator of the Advanced Learning Center, was called up to serve on tour in the Middle East with the National Guard. The Nebo School Board of Education appointed B

Frank Daybell Appointed Operations Coordinator

With the appointment of Matt Gledhill as the Operations Director, the Nebo Board of Education appointed Frank Daybell as the Operations Coordinator. Mr. Daybell received his bachelor’s degree in

Alicia Rudd Appointed Elementary Coordinator

With the recent appointment of Dave Rowe as Elementary Director, the Nebo School Board of Education appointed Alicia Rudd as the new Elementary Coordinator. Mrs. Rudd received her bachelor’s degr

Utah Valley picks up historic 84-72 win at New Mexico State

LAS CRUCES, N.M.—Ivory Young and Kenneth Ogbe each scored 16 points to lead the Utah Valley University men's basketball team to an 84-72 win over New Mexico State on Thursday night at the Pan Ame

Town Hall Meeting this Saturday

This Saturday morning we will be holding another town hall meeting with many legislators from Utah County. Please consider getting involved by attending this town hall meeting. Breakfast will be p

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