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Monthly Archives: November, 2017

Spanish Fork Rotary gives dictionaries to third graders

With the help and support of local financial institutions, the Spanish Fork Rotary donated almost 2000 dictionaries to each third-grade classroom in 21 schools in Nebo School District. Rotaries

Unofficial 2017 Election Results

Results not availableWendy Pray - Mayoral CandidateDavid Pratt - City Council CandidateDorel Kyansaston - City Council CandidatePaul MacArthur - City Council Candidate Results not availableWendy Pray

Department of Oil, Gas and Mining to discuss Benjamin Quarry expansion

The US Department of Oil, Gas, and Mining (DOGM) will hold a meeting, on November 9 to discuss their decision to grant tentative approval for expansion of the Benjamin Quarry on West Mountain.Pub

President Trump sends letter to Salem Jr. High

Jon Winget is a delightfully enthusiastic instructor who has been teaching for 40 years. He wanted his 7th grade Utah History class at Salem Junior High School to get a hands-on understanding of

Community Action Services holds 2017 Souper Bowl of Caring Kick-off

By Carol BarkerCommunity Action Services and Food Bank (CASFB) will hold their Souper Bowl of Caring kick-off meeting for all Middle School, Junior High, and High School student leaders in the co

Maple Mountain and Spanish Fork marching bands take state

By Belinda BringhurstOn November 3, marching bands from all over Utah and neighboring states took to the fields of Dixie State University to compete for the Red Rocks Invitational State Champions

Hallmark movie filmed in Payson

By Ed & Janice HelmickIn early October downtown Payson was turned into a wintery Christmas scene for a Hallmark movie production. That is really neat to have our local town of Payson in the m

In Our Back Yard: Lava tubes and hot springs

Note: As residents of South Utah County, we have available to us some of the spectacular and interesting places to visit in the United States. We will refer to this area that constitutes approxim

Teen essays and senior citizens: An unlikely love story

By Great CroftsA long line of pink-cheeked, smiling 9th graders snake down the road along the sidewalk of West Center Street in Springville. These quick-footed students are en route to the Ashfor

The Santa Queen celebrates 40 years

Some businesses brag that they have been in business for 10 years or 20 years, but a business in Santaquin has celebrated 40 years in business. That is remarkable for any and deserves a special n

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