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Monthly Archives: September, 2017

Walk with North Star to end Alzheimer’s

By Mary ScottNorth Star Printing believes wholeheartedly that we will see a cure for Alzheimer's disease in the near future.Their 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative is dedicated to s

Noises Off is a must-see

First things first, if you like slapstick comedy (Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin), you will love this production of "Noises Off". Secondly, the sardines were the scene stealer in the first act becau

Eagle Scout restores civil war grave sites in Eureka Cemetery

By Ed and Janice HelmickIn September of 2015, it was discovered that 6 civil war soldiers were buried in the Eureka Cemetery, and the grave sites were in a state of disarray. Curtis Evans, who is

Air show will highlight Aeroplanes, Trains and Automobiles event

For the first time ever an air show is coming to the Spanish Fork-Springville Airport. It will be part of a multifaceted event called Aeroplanes, Trains, and Automobiles scheduled for the afterno

Demolition Derby announcer given special recognition

The Demolition Derby at the County Fair in Spanish Fork took on special meaning on Saturday, August 19. Jim Louder, who has been the Demolition Derby announcer from the beginning in 2008, receive

Motorcycle Association raises $34,000 to combat veteran suicides

SPRINGVILLE – About 20 veterans a day in the United States die by suicide, according to the Department of Veteran Affairs. More than half – 65 percent – are 50 or older, predating the current wa

Spanish Fork-Springville Airport improvements make the 2016 Utah Airport of the Year even better

Unless you’re a pilot you probably don’t think about our local airport which is jointly owned and operated by the cities of Spanish Fork and Springville. The airport has a 6,500 foot runway to ac

Springville residents to hold art show in September

By Marilyn BrownSpringville residents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Marilyn Brown, have collected their paintings for a special showing at the gallery of the Health and Justice Building (100 South Unive

Reagan Academy holds grand reopening after renovations

By Justin Riggs, PrincipalWe have been very busy this summer at Reagan Academy! We have completed seven brand new classrooms, with two new computer labs and a complete interior make-over of the s

Nebo students enthusiastic for new school year

By Lauren BushFresh school supplies, a change of season, and fall colors emerging mean it’s time for a new school year for Nebo students. Over 32,000 students in Nebo School District returned to

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