- Advertisement -spot_img


Monthly Archives: November, 2017

Volunteers invited to help cleanup the Utah Lake shoreline

By Gary BrodeurBoaters, sport fishermen, wildfowl hunters and photographers treasure Utah Lake for its picturesque setting between mountain ranges, but past visitors have left their marks. About

Spring Lake unveils elementary mascot

By Douglas Lai At the student of the month assembly on October 6th we were so excited to debut our school mascot, Hero. Our wonderful art teacher Mrs. Sunny Howard has been working hard with Mrs.

A little help from your friends; 70 volunteers help build ‘sweat equity’ homes

By Julie Applegate, Self-Help Homes A large group of volunteers from a local manufacturing company pitched in Oct. 12 to help several families build their own homes in Payson.Five families were w

Nebo STEM Ambassadors teach 900 elementary students to code

“Students Teaching Students” is a well-recognized model in higher education; Nebo School District is implementing this model and has seen great success with 80 high school students teaching 900 f

Springville’s Rivoli Theater to be renovated

Springville’s historic Rivoli Theater, which has been on Main Street since 1927, has been vacant since 2008 and has been leased to a new tenant with an option to buy it. With that lease comes ren

2017 Election Guide

Serve Daily reached out to 2017 municipal candidates and asked what the biggest issue they feel their city is facing and how they plan to address it. Not every candidate chose to respond. A list

Suspect in Peggy Sue Case homicide back in Utah

SPANISH FORK -- In July 1988, Peggy Sue Case was reported missing to Spanish Fork Police Department.  She was last seen alive leaving a party in Payson, Utah on July 9, 1988, with live-in boyfrie

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img