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Monthly Archives: March, 2018

Tsing Tao Asian Cuisine vs Hunan City

By Kerry MortonAs a connoisseur of ham fried rice and having had Chinese food from Golden Tree, Mandarin Palace, New Dragon Diner, “Enjoy”, Panda Express & many other establishments, my wife

Salem Hills FFA students compete at state

By Josh EvansOn January 30, 2018, members from the Salem Hills FFA Chapter competed at the Area V Leadership Development Events. These events included Parliamentary Procedure, Prepared Public Spe

UVU grad competes for Ghana in Winter Olympics

Former Utah Valley University track and field sprinter and Utah resident Akwasi Frimpong became the first-ever skeleton athlete to represent Ghana in the Winter Olympics when he competed on Febru

FFA “Sweethearts” raise money for families in need

By Monica GiffingEvery year at Springville High School the FFA Chapter hosts a Sweethearts week leading up to the Sweethearts Dance.  The goal of the activity is to expose the student body to lead

Local student announced as a 2017-2018 Utah PTA Refelections winner

By Amy van DykSPANISH FORK - Joshua van Dyk, a special needs student at Sierra Bonita Elementary, has been named an Award of Excellence winner in Music Composition in the 2017-2018 Utah PTA Refle

Braden Rymer performs for the Sunday Concert Series

By Ginny AckersonBecause of inclement weather, the Sunday Concert Series February concert was canceled. Some of the artists were coming a long distance from the north and I felt that it was prude

Salem Emergency Medical Association offers “Stop the Bleed” class

By Ken WrightThe Salem Emergency Medical Association (ambulance service) is offering a free course in emergency, severe-bleeding control in conjunction with National Stop the Bleed Day on Saturda

Fred Barber recognized for increasing handicap access for duck hunters

Fred Barber of Payson has received special recognition from the Chairbound Sportsman Organization for his work as Project Manager on a grant from Cabela’s for improving access for handicapped duc

The Real Bionic Man Hugh Herr to lecture at UVU on “The New Era of Extreme Bionics”

By Scott Trotter Hugh Herr, professor and director of Biomechatronics Research Group at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and whom some refer to as the real “Bionic Man,” will lecture at Uta

Nebo’s Winter Academic All-State Winners 2017

Nebo School District is very proud of the many student-athletes to be awarded Academic All-State for Winter sports. Each of these athletes achieved a GPA between 3.9 and 4.0. Congratulations on a

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