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Monthly Archives: October, 2017

Building a foundation for a No Hunger Zone

Last year Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry in Spanish Fork provided temporary food assistance to approximately 30,000 individuals and redistributed 960,000 pounds of food equaling nearly 2,000,000

Mt. Loafer Elementary helps Hurricane Harvey victims

Mt. Loafer Elementary recently held a fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Harvey. The school designated an official "Helping Hands for Harvey Day" in which students and faculty dressed as a "Texa

Drive the Highest Road in Utah

The highest road that is paved in Utah is the Mirror Lake Highway, Utah 150, which crosses Bald Mountain Pass, 10,715 above sea level. The highest paved road along the Wasatch Front is the Mount

Bullfighting for diabetes research

Rodeo bullfighting is what rodeo clowns do to protect a bull rider who has gotten bucked off and may be attacked by the bull if not distracted. That job has evolved into its own rodeo event now k

An ALC student project

SALEM -- The Nebo School District Advanced Learning Center, located at 161 East 400 North in Salem, provides learning opportunities limited only by your imagination. In August, the facility had a

Be your own hero at the Special Ed Extravaganza

Ammon Allred, who is confined to a wheelchair, bent over as far as possible and rolled the bowling ball into the pins ahead of him. When he realized he had knocked them down all at once, his face

Mt. Nebo Jr. High helps students in need

By Amy Ewell Many of the students at Mt. Nebo Jr. High School lack the basic nutrition and school supplies to successfully participate in class on a daily basis. We are currently fed by all Title

Captains’ Academy empowers better sportsmanship and leadership

Captains and student leaders from six high schools and seven junior high schools attended the Nebo School District’s Fall Academy. The purpose of the Captains’ Academy is to promote sportsmanship

Taming a Mustang

The July issue of Serve Daily had an article on wild horses in the west desert of Utah. Bryan Bussian wrote to us that his daughter, Chyrah, has adopted and is training a wild horse from the Bure

Payson resident receives Good Citizen Award

PAYSON — Central Bank honored Arnie Beddoes for the positive impact he’s had on the Payson community by presenting him with the Central Bank Good Citizen Award at an open house on September 21 at

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