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Monthly Archives: March, 2018

Merit Academy Students NOT sitting in classes all day

By Kati EvansMerit Academy believes their students have important things to accomplish in their homes, schools, communities, and even the world. They do NOT want their students sitting in classro

Restoration of Rivoli Theater launched

By Daryl TuckerSpringville's Rivoli Theater restoration project received a big boost from a group of volunteers on a recent Saturday morning.Melissa Cannon invited students from BYU under the dir

Nebo School Board receives the Master Board Award for the sixth year in a row

Governor Gary Herbert recognized Nebo School Board of Education with the prestigious Master Board Award (MBA) for the sixth year in a row. The MBA award recognizes excellence in leading public sc

The First Commandment of genealogical research

By Ginny AckersonAfter a couple of recent experiences with “family lore” leading people astray in searching for their families, I am going to talk about the First Genealogical Commandment -- THOU

The Duttons to launch new television series in March

By Judith DuttonThe Duttons, a family of international touring entertainment artists, are starring in a new television series called “The Duttons Through the Years.”The TV series will feature the

The NRA Foundation Awards $2900 to the Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program

By Brian BeardPLEASANT GROVE, UT -- The NRA Foundation has awarded the Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program (Utah SCTP) a grant totaling $2918 to fund the purchase of clay targets and target throw

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