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Monthly Archives: September, 2017

Fall colors are on the way

You may have noticed that the days are getting shorter and the mornings are getting cooler. As we move into the last half of September we will start seeing some color change on our mountain slope

Spanish Fork welcomes new businesses

Maybe you have noticed that business construction is booming near the intersection of Highway 6 and I-15. To learn more about what is going on we talked with Dave Anderson, Director of Community

A tribute to two men who shaped my life

Serve Daily is about people who serve others. I have enjoyed writing for this newspaper and meeting many wonderful people that have brought something good to others. I just learned of the passing

Spanish Fork student named Fittest Teen on Earth

Fittest Teen on Earth is the title Dallin Pepper earned at the Crossfit World Games in Madison, Wisconsin in early August. He not only won in his age class, but he scored 68 points more than his

District opens new Nebo Peak Center

The Nebo Peak Center in Salem, Utah is nothing like the high school any of us have previously attended. It is ultra modern and high tech all the way. It is located on 13 acres in a renovated 162,

Precision Medical opens new clinic in Spanish Fork

By Heather LindePrecision Medical Urgent Care and Family Practice opened their doors on Tuesday, August 29.The Medical Director at the clinic is Barry Clanton. Most medical services are offered a

Neal Dastrup Insurance holds grand opening

By Heather LindeOn August 15, Neal Dastrup Insurance in Spanish Fork, which has been open for two months, had an official ribbon cutting. Approximately thirty people attended the event held at th

My Sister’s Closet named Spanish Fork, Salem Business of the Month

By Heather LindeMy Sister’s Closet in Spanish Fork has been awarded Business of the Month for the month of August by the Spanish Fork and Salem Chamber of Commerce.The event was attended by about

Springville Playhouse presents Noises Off

Backstage blunders become the main event in the hilarious comedy Noises Off, the most recent offering by the Springville Playhouse. The production will open on Friday, September 15.Performances w

Springville seniors gather to watch the solar eclipse

By Virginia Van PattenOver forty members of the Springville Senior Center gathered outside Monday, August 21, to watch the solar eclipse. Wearing protective eye-gear, they excitedly chatted with

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