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Monthly Archives: August, 2017

Kids On The Move offers new classes for teen with autism

By Heather BowersParents of teens with autism can now access a proven social skills group that improves teens’ ability to make friends.Kids On The Move (KOTM) now offers the first Program for the

Obituary: Peggy Sue Ellsworth

Peggy Sue EllsworthPeggy Sue Ellsworth Case was a gentle, loving, and whimsical soul who was much more likely to love people than judge them. She was a talented graphic arts designer pursuing a d

Paralyzed Vietnam veteran needs help

By Kenneth VaughnDoyle Hess, a paralyzed Vietnam veteran, confined to a wheelchair for the past 16 years needs an Action Track Electric Off-Road Wheelchair to expand his outdoor accessibility.The

Lost wallet – Pay it forward

By Janice HelmickKarden Devenish and his family had a plan to go to Oregon to view the total eclipse of the sun on August 21. Karden though it would be great to try his hand at deep sea fishing w

Anniversary for Roger and Pattie Cutler Kaufman

Celebrating 2 years together July 23, 2017.Roger and Pattie grew up in Springville and went through school together - SHS Red Devils Class of 1971. After losing two Spouses each, they re-connecte

Mighty McKade 5K Family Fun Run

By Kelci ArgyleStarting in the middle of March, McKade Kramer, son of John and Stacey Kramer, was sick and having pains all over his body. The family made several emergency room and doctor visits

Strap Tank Brewing Company: Drought is Over and Good Food is Here

When you walk into the Strap Tank Brewing Company in Springville you feel like you’ve gone back in time into an old bike shop with huge exposed wood beams, big metal pillars, and an industrial fe

Educating teens regarding the harms of pornography

By Miriam HallAs Miss Springville/Mapleton, my service platform is “Education on the Harms of Pornography.” Fight the New Drug (FTND) is the primary organization that I have partnered with to aid

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