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Monthly Archives: July, 2017

Utah Vocal Arts Academy to perform at museum

The Springville Arts Commission and the Springville Museum of Art are pleased to announce that the Utah Vocal Arts Academy is returning to the museum for a performance at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 1

Maple Mountain welding students grab the gold

About 100 high school welding state winners across the nation competed in June for national awards. Maple Mountain High School’s three-teen welding team took gold despite a harrowing 30-hour trip

Let It Be Written supports Elder KC DeGroff’s mission

Let It Be Written recently attended Art City Days in beautiful Springville, Utah. During the show, we met so many wonderful people and many former customers. Let It Be Written was started by KC D

Farmers’ Markets to start in late July

Two southern Utah County farmers markets are expected to draw throngs of area residents this summer.After a year’s hiatus, the Mapleton Market will re-open Monday evenings between July 31 and Sep

Hobble Creek Golf Course hosts ribbon cutting

A ribbon cutting for the newly remodeled Hobble Creek Golf Course clubhouse and the new Terrace Grill snack bar and restaurant was held on Saturday, June 17 under the direction of the Springville

Salem HIlls Debate Team competes at nationals

Congratulations to the Salem Hills High School Debate Team for qualifying and taking six students to the National Speech and Debate Tournament held in Birmingham, Alabama.Qualifying students are

Salem Young Performers to perform ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

The Salem area has no live theater group for young people in the community and Amy McKay has set about to do something about it. She has created the Young Performers of Salem group for ages 12 th

Superintendent Rick Nielsen appointed to UVU Board of Trustees

Gov. Gary Herbert appointed three new trustees to the UVU Board of Trustees. Rick Nielsen, the superintendent of Nebo School District; Paul Thompson, a former president of Weber State University;

Student-run startup makes a difference in community

Neiybor, a Utah-based startup, has been coined the “Airbnb of Storage” and is making a huge difference in the community by offering affordable storage to all. They are receiving national attentio

Nominations now being accepted for The Altus Award

Nominations may be submitted through August 31, 2017 for The Altus Award. This prestigious award recognizes individuals or corporations who possess outstanding fiscal responsibility, integrity an

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