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Monthly Archives: July, 2017

Peteetneet Museum showcases community’s history

PAYSON — A three-story stone and brick building constructed in 1901 today houses the Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center. It is less a museum of Payson than it is collections of Payson res

Online credit card fraud evident during elections

In recent weeks America has watched special elections in Kansas, South Carolina, Montana and Georgia. And with former Rep. Jason Chaffetz stepping down, Utah will be watched by America as we fill

Tatton Baird Hat Co. produces custom hats

By Janice HelmickIrving Berlin wrote, and Fred Astaire sang, a song about puttin’ on your top hat and celebrating in the city. In Springville, Utah, there is a place where you can order a custom

Gov. Gary Herbert and Ryan Stream keynote speakers at Girls State

Every county throughout the state of Utah had to privilege of sending a few of its most bright and unique young ladies to attend the Girls State at Weber State University which took place in earl

Simpson Springs wild horses descendents of tame mounts

As living history of the old west, Utah is blessed with an abundance of wild horses, or as referred to by the BLM free roaming horses. In fact the BLM has 24 wild horse herd management areas (HMA

World Folkfest bringing the world to Utah County

The World Folkfest in Springville invites the public to join its 31st celebration of world cultures, music and dance when visitors from around the globe present five evening performances and a fr

Veterans benefit from car show and run

The third annual car show hosted by the Mervyn Sharp Bennion Central Utah Veterans Home in Payson was held on Saturday, June 24 and was a wonderful day for all.Car shows are always popular becaus

Quick Bite: Close to Home and Venturing to Provo

I am not sure why I struggled with writing this article so much. I think it is because there are so many great places to grab a quick bite to eat. I wanted to expand my horizons and share places

Tantalizing tombstone tidbits offer intriguing clues

We all visit cemeteries during our lifetime, whether it be for funerals, Memorial Day, Pioneer Day or for a peaceful, contemplative walk — but are you aware of the wonderful genealogical treasure

Spanish Fork hosts world-class rodeos

By Steve GrayThe best cowboys and cowgirls came to Spanish Fork on June 3 to compete in the Wrangler Champions Challenge for the fourth consecutive year.This one-day event is like a mini National

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