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Monthly Archives: April, 2017

Spanish Fork High students represent Nebo district well at state

The Spanish Fork High School SkillsUSA team members competed at the state competition March 24. All eight competitors represented SFHS well in several categories. Rochelle Christensen competed in

Cabana’s Lomo Saltado: A delicious steak experience

Lomo Saltado. Translated it means jumping steak. In my opinion, it is the most delicious steak dish I have ever tasted. When they described it to me, they said it was like a stir fry where the oi

Talented residents invited to audition for festival

Local residents with all kinds of talents are invited to audition to be part of the 2017 Springville Art City Days Talent Festival. The festival will be held on Saturday, June 3, at 7 p.m. on sta

Resources available for beginning family historians

Are you thinking of exploring your family history but don’t know where to start? No worries. There are many resources available to you. There are family history centers where you can go to use th

Funfinity named chamber’s Business of the Month

The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce has named Funfinity as its Business of the Month. Funfinity is a singular store that is unique in its selection of toys, games, books and chocolate su

Merit Academy names its Sterling Scholars

By Kati EvansMerit Academy is pleased to introduce its Sterling Scholars:Ashlyn Rich: Dance. Plans to serve an LDS mission then attend college and focus on dance education.Alan Bird: Mathematics.

Nebo names Classified Employees of the Year

Listed below are the Classified Employees of the Year - see the printed issue or see the E-Edition.RaeAnn NelsonEducational TechnicianRiverview Elementary School“RaeAnn is the music planning time

Spotlight on Genola resident Bill Hansen

By Tyler Moore As an insurance agent specializing in Medicare, I meet some inspiring individuals who have experienced more in one lifetime than imaginable. Bill Hansen is one of those people.Bill

Spanish Fork Memorial Square renovations underway

Driving down Main Street in Spanish Fork, you may have noticed that Memorial Square at 200 North is being renovated, or as the city phrased it, “refreshed.” The memorial to servicemen from Spanis

SHHS student wins award from information technology center

Salem Hills High School student McKenzie Taylor at Salem Hills High has won an award for Aspirations in Computing from the National Center for Women in Information Technology. As a part of this a

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