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Monthly Archives: March, 2018

Nebo Education Foundation gives grants

The Nebo Education Foundation meets each month at 7:00 a.m. to discuss submitted educational grant proposals for students in Nebo School District. One of the goals of the foundation is to fund wor

Springville man wins Gold at Winter X Games

By Deborah GoodmanSpringville resident, Travis Whitlock, has taken the gold medal at the X Games in Aspen, Colorado. The January event, which hosted athletes from all over the world, was invitati

Spanish Fork “Easter House” a loved tradition

By Deborah GoodmanEvery spring, longtime Spanish Fork resident, Carol Parker, has learned to roll with the extra attention she gets. She takes the increased traffic on her street in stride and kn

Veteran’s Honor Ball held to thank and support those who serve

Local veterans were honored on Saturday, March 10, at the Veteran’s Honor Ball organized by Miss Orem, Amanda Flinders.Around 250 people attended the event held at the Orem Senior Friendship Cent

Farr’s Ice Cream announces Grand Opening at their newest location in Payson

By Greg NicholsFarr’s Ice Cream continues to expand its footprint and will be opening a new Utah’s Own since 1920 Farr’s Ice Cream location. The store will offer a unique variety of Ice Creams an

MMHS “Welds it Forward” Needs Your Vote Before March 26

Maple Mountain High School (MMHS) has been chosen as one of three semi-finalists in a national welding contest sponsored by equipment manufacturer ESAB. The winner of the final three is by vote

Hope Squads Making an Impact in South Utah County

By Laura GilesHope Squads are becoming more and more prevalent in Utah and across the United States. South Utah County is not an exception. There are currently Hope Squads in every junior high an

Utah Scouts hope to hit 20 million meals collected

Community Action Services and Food Bank and Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry, together with the Utah Food Bank, partnered with the Boy Scouts of America to help Fight Hunger Statewide during the 3

Girls Who Code

In February, four girls from Spanish Fork Junior High traveled to Dell EMC in Draper to attend a kickoff event for a club called, "Girls Who Code." This event was attended by students in grades s

Holy Week at Springville Presbyterian

By Emily LowerIn the spring of 1876, the Rev. George Leonard and his wife rented a two-room adobe home which served as the first meeting place for the local Presbyterian Church. Later they built

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