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Monthly Archives: April, 2018

Prescription drug take-back event encourages proper disposal

The Utah County Department of Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Treatment is holding a prescription drug take-back event on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at three South Utah County loc

The Gift of Story

By Cynthia Coulon Just a few days ago some very special kids at Lincoln Elementary received some brand new storybooks. But these weren’t your typical stories or books — they were custom books, wi

Salem Emergency Medical Association (SEMA) has history of service

By Ken WrightFrom the advent of modern EMS systems in the mid-70’s until 1986, Payson and Spanish Fork provided ambulance service for Salem. Extended response times inspired the formation of a fi

Local piano competition honors 18 top students

By Marilyn MitchellEvery February, the Utah Valley South Chapter of the National Music Clubs of America holds a Piano Solo Festival at UVU. This group of 45 teachers who teach in the area from Sp

Nebo Students find the good in the World

By Sam Whitaker, SFJHS StudentWith all the horror stories we hear in the news these days, wouldn’t it be good just to hear on good thing? After Mrs. Parker’s English Classes of Spanish Fork Junio

Browns recognized for lifetime achievement in the arts

By James L. DavisFor some, a love for the Arts is a sweet infection. Once bitten, it courses through your blood forever. Such is the case for Bill and Marilyn Brown. They are incurably, blissfull

Thoughts on Zion: Crossing From Babylon to Zion

Over the last eight columns, we've reviewed teachings of the early LDS leaders regarding Babylon, Zion's “antithesis and antagonist”.They taught: - We live in Babylon, both spiritually and econom

Miss Salem invites all to “SEE the future”!

By Brylee Ivers Hello! My name is Brylee Ivers and I am currently serving as Miss Salem and I wanted to educate those around me about the significance of my service platform based on vision scree

Spanish Fork Grant helps locals run in Kids Marathon Program

More Spanish Fork kids are running in the “Kids Marathon Program” thanks to a donation by the Spanish Fork Active and Healthy Community Board this week.The program encourages kids to run the leng

Heritage Park erected “That our children may know”

By Judy ElsnerOne of the objectives of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers is to remember forever the names and achievements of the men and women and children who founded this nation. We do this b

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