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Monthly Archives: July, 2017

‘Newsflash: You Are Living in Babylon’

Got a big kick out of Tanner Gilliland‘s blog post on MillenialMormons.com. Its title was “Newsflash: You Are Living in Babylon!"Why is this important to understand? Not realizing we live in Baby

Double Up Food Bucks stretches food dollars at farmers’ markets

Utahns Against Hunger is launching the third season of a dollar-saving program at farmers’ markets and farm stands across the state of Utah.Double Up Food Bucks is a nutrition incentive program t

Family History for summer fun

The Springville Family History Center wants to thank everyone who attended the open house in June. You all helped to make it a great success.We will not be having any classes during the summer mo

Summer heats up local real estate market

Low mortgage rates, high demand and the summer buying season have combined to increase house prices somewhat in southern Utah County, area Realtors say.“Sold prices really jumped up in the first

County, Provo agree on ice arena funding

The Utah County Board of Commissioners announced on June 21 that an agreement was reached with Provo City, during the quarterly board meeting of the Provo City/Utah County Ice Sheet Authority, to

Group fishing event at Strawberry Reservoir successful

We had three large pontoon boats on Strawberry Reservoir on June 10 and a total of 36 participants, including members and volunteers, and boats were launched from Soldier Creek Marina.Capt. Brent

Sources for educating children on the harms of pornography

By Miriam HallAs Miss Springville/Mapleton 2017, my service platform is “Education on the Harms of Pornography," and I’d like to introduce you to one of the best resources I’ve discovered in my e

Wiggy Wash boy enjoys volunteer role

By Janice HelmickWilliam Weight appears to be a typical 5-year-old boy. He will be turning 6 in August and will be going to kindergarten this fall.William has Asperger's syndrome, which is a deve

Eagle Scout’s effort helping food pantry acquire storage shed

A Payson Eagle Scout has provided funds toward a much-needed storage shed for Agape Food Pantry and Thrift Store. His Eagle Scout project was a pancake breakfast fundraiser held on June 3 that ra

Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce names Lemon and Sage Market Business of the Month

Lemon & Sage Market, located on Main Street in Springville, has been named the Springville/Mapleton Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month for July.Lemon & Sage offers a unique service

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