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Monthly Archives: April, 2017

Spring weather brings us out into the open

Look around at what a nice warm spring day brings out. We see people working in their yards, driving around in convertibles and going fishing to enjoy being outside after a long winter. While enj

Early leaders determined to build a Zion in Utah

By Jesse Fisher In this 50th “Thoughts on Zion” article, we're exploring the determination by the early LDS apostles and prophets to establish a Zion in Utah.We start out with my favorite Brigham

Animal processing class planned in May

Learn to fully process a medium-sized animal using little more than a knife through classes to be held May 4-6 in Mona.Desert DAWN’s Traditional Animal Processing Workshops provide students with

Ben Ford receives outstanding administrator award

Payson High School Principal Ben Ford was recently honored as the Outstanding Administrator of the Year Award by the Utah Music Education Association.

Salem Hills High student wins writing contest

Salem Hills High School junior Dallas Williams won runner-up for his entry, "The Biker and I," in the Personal Narrative category of the Utah Valley University High School Writing Competition. Da

Pioneer museum invites public to submit documentaries

By Kathy BirchSpringville-Mapleton DUPThe Springville-Mapleton Company of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers is looking for high-quality documentaries of pioneers to use in its museum. They must be p

Spanish Fork chamber, Rotary golf tournament set for April 26

By Susan BarberIt is finally spring and time for the much-anticipated annual Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce and Spanish Fork Rotary Scholarship Golf Tournament.This year the tourname

Merit Dance Company attends dance festival at U of U

By Ashlyn RichThe Merit Academy Dance Company attended the Utah Dance Education Organization High School Dance Festival on March 4. Merit was one of 36 high schools from across the state involved

MMHS welders take first at state SkillsUSA competition

Maple Mountain High School’s Tyler Christmas, Tosh Davis and Ben Warnick took first place in Welding Fabrication and Savannah Marker took second place in Job Interview in the recent SkillsUSA sta

South Utah Valley Animal Shelter receives grant from Petco Foundation

The South Utah Valley Animal Shelter in Spanish Fork has received a $5,000 grant from the Petco Foundation. The money will be used to create a medical fund for the animals that come into the shel

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