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Monthly Archives: September, 2017

Follow up: Deep sea fishing courtesy of a stranger

By Megan Devenish, Spanish ForkI just wanted to do a quick follow up to our story. A month or so ago my son, Karden, lost his wallet and his life savings at Nicklemania in Springville. He had bee

Utah County Fair brought out the best in area residents

About the only thing left from the Utah County Fair is its excitement -- which has morphed into more of the same for the upcoming Utah State Fair -- and the 6,382 or more ribbons hanging in barns

Nebo athletes put aside rivalry to honor soccer goalie

By Lana HiskeyOn Thursday, August 17, the Maple Mountain Lady Golden Eagles Soccer team met rival Salem Hills on the pitch. Before the game, the athletes paused to honor Salem Hills soccer goalie

If not for yourself, wear seat belt for others in the vehicle

Second in a series on safe drivingNot wearing a seat belt is one of five “deadline behaviors” drivers can exhibit, according to Utah safety experts.In a crash, unbuckled passengers can become a p

Quilting isn’t hard; just exacting

WOODLAND HILLS – Utah has a kinship with quilting because the pioneer spirit resonates in the state that was settled less than 170 years ago, a quilting expert says.Quilting events throughout Uta

Caught in the round pen of life

PALYMRA/SPANISH FORK – Activity in a round pen on a small ranch Saturday, September 16, will illustrate how God works with people.It’s an event open at no cost to the public by Grace Baptist Chur

Movie Night Video livens Spanish Fork’s night life

SPANISH FORK – What some might say is a bad location works out well for Movie Night Video, says its owner, entrepreneur Tyler Okeson.He looked for a month before settling on the 230 N. Main Stree

Royalty teaches youngsters to be princesses

SPRINGVILLE – Belle, the star of Beauty and the Beast, is the epitome of a modern-day princess, organizers for the Springville Museum of Art’s Princess Tea determined.As a result, they designed t

Chinese American restaurant celebrates 20 years

SPRINGVILLE – Like a Chinese lantern that glows gently but can be seen for miles, the T-Bone Restaurant has been welcoming customers for 20 years this month to its South State Street location a m

Patriotism in the community

Throughout the summer, community events are held to celebrate our history and culture. As we attend the parades, pageants, rodeos and demolition derbys at the fair grounds, it is obvious that our

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