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Monthly Archives: February, 2017

God expected Zion to be built in Utah

Not only did the early LDS leaders teach that the whole point of gathering to Utah was to build a Zion society, but they also specifically taught that it was God's will that they do so. No one pu

Springville American Legion hears from city’s mayor

The Springville American Legion and Auxiliary Post and Unit #28 held their monthly meeting on Jan. 11 at the Springville Senior Center. The meeting was conducted by Commander Fred Hurst. Springvi

Gordon Lowe named Total Citizen of the Year

By Stacy BeckThe Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that it has named Gordon Lowe as the recipient of its Total Citizen of the Year Award.The award was presented to Lowe du

Four Nebo School District board members sworn into office

Four Nebo School District Board of Education members were sworn into office by Tracy Olsen, Nebo School District’s business administrator, on Jan. 11.Dean Rowley ran unopposed in the Springville

Salem Recreation announces upcoming events

By Matt MarzialeSalem City Recreation has announced these upcoming events:Salem Catchers Camp: Saturday, Feb. 11. Casey Cloward is a former Brigham Young University catcher and is excited to spen

One family’s experience with Circles Utah Valley

By Jim and Kim Oldroyd According to the latest U.S. Census, 12.5 percent of people living in Utah County are living in poverty. To give you an idea of what that looks like, a family of five makes

Nebo district student captains learn leadership skills

Nebo School District held its Captains Academy recently on leadership and sportsmanship. Captains Academy is held three times each year and includes captains from junior high and high school orga

2017 General Legislative Session begins

By Mike McKell Jan. 23 marked the first day of the 2017 General Legislative Session. This year, there has been a lot of attention focused on national politics and rightfully so. While national ev

Eating scones with ghosts at Leslie’s Family Tree

When I hear "Leslie’s Family Tree restaurant," I think of two things: scones and ghosts. The scones are legendary for their gargantuan size (and they are delicious). The ghosts are legitimate. I

Turning one Spanish Fork man’s story into a children’s book

By Bryce Steven Banks My father, Ray H. Banks, grew up in and currently resides in Spanish Fork. He has led an exemplary life, loved and respected by countless people that he has associated with

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