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Monthly Archives: March, 2017

Chalk It Up On Main artists wanted

By Kathy Anderson Local Cheddar and Serve Daily are pleased to announce the third annual Chalk It Up On Main event, which will be held around the library in Spanish Fork. Chalk It Up On Main is a

Salem Hills FFA member receives grant

By Josh Evans Isaac Evans, a member of the Salem Hills High School FFA Chapter, has been awarded a $1,000 grant from The Agricultural Experience Tracker in order to enhance his Supervised Agricul

Beehive Homes Community Spotlight: Bevan Jones

Every community has people in it that make it great. I’m talking about salt-of-the-earth kinda people. Join us as each month as we highlight one of our longtime members in the community. Bevan J.

Artist brings a little San Francisco to Springville

Springville is known as the Art City and it has a new piece of art on display. At 296 S. Main is the Pier 49 Pizza Parlor and it has a new mural of the Golden Gate Bridge on the south side of the

Nebo Comfort Systems named 2016 Business of the Year

Service to their community, the chamber and their customers is a huge part of why Nebo Comfort Systems has been named the 2016 Business of the Year by the Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of C

Event to help families dealing with ADHD

By Kati EvansMerit Academy ADHD is a common behavioral disorder that affects around 11 percent of school-aged children. Boys are about three times more likely than girls to be diagnosed with it,

Salem Hills FFA students advance to state

By Josh Evans By Josh Evans On Jan. 30, the Salem Hills High School FFA competed in the Utah Area 5 Leadership Development Events. New to Utah this year is the Conduct of Chapter Meetings e

Answering questions about economic development in Springville

By Craig ConoverSpringville City Council It seems that a little information about growth and development in Springville, how it happens and what role the city plays would be a good thing for ever

Walker Productions is Home-Based Business of the Year

In 2012, Josh Walker was searching for a way to take his career in a new direction. Now, nearly five years later, he has helped cities and chambers of commerce throughout Utah County get the word

Learn about ancestors at family history center

By Carol Hurst By Carol Hurst As we find out more information about our ancestors and their lives, their joys and their struggles, we can understand our own joys and struggles a little bett

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