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Monthly Archives: August, 2017

Santaquin Legion Auxiliary Quilt Raffle

By Helen KesterThe ladies of Santaquin American Legion Auxiliary #84 are selling raffle tickets for a piece-tied quilt (84”x94”) to be raffled at their annual “Veterans Honor Dinner” in November

Making cents out of senselessness

SPANISH FORK – Levi Sampson died a week before his third birthday, but he will live through the example of his family and the donations that keep pouring in on his behalf.Levi dashed out of his h

New venture builds on “serve others daily” message

Food pantries in Spanish Fork and Payson are to be recipients of proceeds from bright orange, sticker-dispensers scattered across southern Utah County.It’s a simple concept: Buy a sticker – of yo

Utah County Fair set for Aug. 16-19

 SPANISH FORK – Everyone probably has their own idea about what makes the Utah County Fair so exciting. Rodeo action seems to be a big draw, but what about those monster trucks? Little

Harward Farms picks its produce daily

SPRINGVILLE – They’re picked fresh, early each summer’s day, and most if not all the succulent ears of corn seen by mid-morning at local Harward fruit/veggie stands are gone by suppertime.If not,

Tabitha’s Way provides a chance for RAKM

Editor's Note: Tabitha’s Way is one of the RAKM entities in Serve Daily’s South Utah County’s readership area. RAKM – Random Acts of Kindness Moments – illustrate the fact that it doesn’t take a

Mapleton Pioneer Day lights up the night

MAPLETON – Taking advantage of the weekend, Pioneer Day was celebrated  Saturday, July 22, in this suburban community.It was the only official Pioneer Day celebration in South County, according t

Reams adds personality to grocery shopping

SPRINGVILLE – Its “friendly barn” logo was new four years ago, and the interior of Ream’s Springville Market is new within the last six months, with more still to come as time and opportunity per

SD Statistics sober drivers ed students

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles about driver safety.STATEWIDE – The correct term is car crashes, not car accidents. That’s the first thing high school students in driver’s

Angelus Theatre to celebrate 105 Year Grand Reopening

In 1912 a young man by the name of Joseph Hanson built a theatre in Spanish Fork, Utah. Curt Gordon bought the theatre in February 2017 2016 and hopes to restore it to its original grandeur and r

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