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Monthly Archives: April, 2018

Nebo’s Annual Elementary Keyboarding Competition is in the history books!

On Wednesday, April 18, 2018, hundreds of 4th- and 5th-grade students from every elementary school in Nebo School District gathered at Spanish Fork High School to compete for top honors in Nebo’s

DUP Two-Company Convention

By Judy ElsnerThe Two-Company District Convention of the Springville/Mapleton and Provo Companies of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers was held April 14 in Springville.As hostess, Patricia Maxey

ALA takes 2nd place in the 3A State Drama Tournament

By Stephanie ChingasALA's Drama students brought home a second place sweepstakes trophy last weekend when they competed in the 3A State Drama tournament in Richfield. The sweepstakes award takes

Mountain View Hospital welcomes new Chief Nursing Officer

Katie King worked her way from CNA to CNO at the Payson hospitalBy Nate BlackPAYSON — Mountain View Hospital welcomes Katie King as its new chief nursing officer. A Payson native, King takes on t

Nebo Sterling Scholar State Runners-up

Larissa Anne Chappell, Springville High School, Runner-up for Family & Consumer Science Cole Monson, Springville High School, Runner-up for Skilled & Technical Sciences Miriam Hall, Sprin

The Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program and the Skyline X youth shooting team partner with Provo Gun Club

PROVO –- The Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program (Utah SCTP) and the Skyline X youth shotgun shooting team recently participated in Round Robin at Provo Gun Club. The Round Robin is an annual eve

Community Action Services announces food drive in time for 2018 Older Americans Month

Community Action Services will team up with mail carriers to collect food for Utah seniors in need of food assistanceBy Sara DavisCommunity Action Services announces the Mail Carrier Stamp Out Hu

ALA Teacher of the Month for April

The April 2018 American Leadership Academy Teacher of the Month is Derek Hegsted. He is married with 6 children “My sons are all taller than me and I’m 6’2” which makes it kind of rough,” he said

Nebo District Classified Employees of the Year

Nebo School District honors classified employees across the district. Thank you to all those that submitted, almost 500, employees this year. District Employee of the Year – Valerie Leetham “Val

Tabitha’s Way moves to new location

Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry has moved to its new Spanish Fork location at 45 E. 100 N. The charity, started in 2010, has outgrown its old Main Street location. The new location provides a sig

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