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Monthly Archives: May, 2017

Memorial Square redesigned and rededicated

Spanish Fork’s Memorial Square, with 200 plaques that honor local citizens, has been “refreshed” to make it more inviting to visit. That project of several months has been completed and a rededic

Obituary: Richard O. Drollinger – “Mr. D”

Richard O. Drollinger, 82, passed away peacefully on May 25, 2017.He was born on a farm in Payson, Utah, on Jan. 22, 1935, to Milton Drollinger and Grace Lucille Brimhall. He served an LDS missio

Springville firefighters to provide annual breakfast event

Every moment of every day, Springville’s 68 firefighters stand ready to protect their community. During Art City Days, they’ll also be feeding them. The annual Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast is set

Utah Valley UU Fellowship hosts Celtic harp concert

By Shaunalei Andersen, Utah Valley UUThe Utah Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship hosted a concert by folk instrumentalists Lisa Lynne and Aryeh Frankfurter on Sunday, May 7. Held in the san

Springville green waste area closed to out-of-town users

The Springville City Green Waste Area, located in west Springville, is now closed for all commercial and out-of-town users. The grinder that is used to mulch the green waste products is not avail

Walk through memories at area cemeteries

While several cemeteries in southern Utah County have special areas honoring veterans, others are interesting, peaceful places to contemplate on Memorial Day the meaning of life. There are at lea

Memorial Day gives time to remember

On average, two U.S. military personnel die each day in Middle Eastern conflicts and have since Desert Storm started in August 1990, according to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. That’s tw

Human remains identified as those of missing woman

The Utah Medical Examiner’s Office has officially identified human remains found on May 22 in a Spanish Fork home as those of Peggy Sue Case, who was last seen on July 9, 1988, and has been liste

Memorial Square Ribbon Cutting in Spanish Fork

Friday May 26, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Spanish Fork City will officially re-open Memorial Square.  Memorial Square, built in 1988 in downtown Spanish Fork, was originally a memorial to Joseph and Del

Memorial Day events in South County

Solemn ceremonies have been planned for Memorial Day weekend to remember those military personnel who have died in battle while in the service of their country. American Legion posts in several S

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