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Monthly Archives: May, 2017

Pepe’s Grill: Taco perfection

Pepe’s has a cult following. During the past six years they have been a popular food stand at Fiesta Days in Spanish Fork. Pepe kept having people ask where their location was and after a while h

Improv comedy group offers hilarious entertainment

Improv comedy is a form of live theater in which all or part is unplanned and a spontaneous response of the actors and actresses, usually referred to as the players. In this form of entertainment

Mark Shipley completes mural depicting Payson’s past

Mark Shipley completes mural depicting Payson’s pastPayson’s agricultural history is now reflected in a giant mural on the south wall of the Photo Shop at 99 E. Main. Measuring 18 by 60 feet, the

Chamber names Stokes April Business of the Month

Congratulations to Stokes Fresh Food Market for being the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce's April Business of the Month. The Stokes Salem grocery store is first and foremost a small f

Barnett Elementary student leaders honored

How kids are growing up today and what kind of leadership will they bring to our community as adults are questions we often ponder and even worry about sometimes. Last September, Barnett Elementa

Scout collecting old American flags for retirement

By Wesley Mangum, SpringvilleDo you have old, worn American flags that need to be disposed of, but you don’t know how to do it? Don’t worry, my Eagle Project is here to help you. I’m Wesley Mangu

Alyssa Behrend named Miss Santaquin 2017

By Hannah TervortOn April 15, the Santaquin community gathered for the Miss Santaquin Scholarship Pageant. The night featured 11 bright and enthusiastic young women competing for the title of Mis

Salem Jr.’s Amy Huhtala honored by Teacher Feature

Amy Huhtala, a teacher at Salem Junior High School, was surprised by KSL and Zions Bank recently as their Teacher Feature of the week.Huhtala received season tickets to the Hale Center Theater, a

Nebo student instrumental in passage of safety bill

Nebo School District Superintendent Rick Nielsen, Utah Representative Mike McKell and Spanish Fork High School student Reed Heywood recently met with Governor Gary Herbert at the ceremonial bill

East Bay fertility center now open in Payson

East Bay Fertility and Hormone Therapy Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently to celebrate the opening of its new Payson office at 123 N. 500 East. East Bay Fertility and Hormone Therapy

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