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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Family History classes in Springville

By Carol HurstSpringville Family History Center is presenting two free classes in June.Sarah Bird on our staff and an expert on Family Search is teaching our upcoming classes. Date: Thursday, Jun

Lou’s Barber Shop May 2018 Business of the Month

The Payson - Santaquin chamber has chosen Lou's Barber Shop as the 2018 May Business of the Month. Established on May 7, 1996, Lou's just celebrated 22 years on Historic Downtown Main Street in P

Nebo’s Melanie Adamson, Maple Ridge Elementary, receives PTA Outstanding Educator Award

Melanie Adamson was awarded the State PTA Outstanding Educator Award. Since 2005, Mrs. Melanie Adamson has been a special education teacher for the Nebo School district, with a specialty in sever

Miss Salem 2018 Sadie Stewart

On April 20, a new Miss Salem royalty was crowned. It was a close competition and the talents were outstanding but in the end, Sadie Stewart Won the title of Miss Salem. Her first attendant is Wh

Utah’s oldest Scout troop maintains historic traditions

By Christine HoggeWhat does it feel like to be part of the oldest scouting community in Utah? According to Scoutmaster Kevin Keaton, it’s “phenomenal.”“No other program out there helps these youn

Local splash pads offer free summer fun

As the temperatures rise, many families look to local splash pads as a fun, free way to beat the summer heat. There are several public splash pads in the South Utah County area. Some are already

The Impact of Stories

By Cynthia Coulon My Story Matters, a local charitable organization founded by Springville resident Amy Chandler, operates under the belief that every person’s story matters—and that the telling

Kids needed for video shoot on June 2

Ryan Stream is producing a major video about kids growing up and accomplishing their dreams. Part of the production will be taped at Payson Temple View Park Saturday, June 2, at 4 p.m. Lots of ki

Nebo Education Foundation Revitalizes Teachers April 2018

The Nebo Education Foundation board met this month to discuss the grants submitted by Nebo School District teachers and fund worthwhile projects in the district that provide resources to enrich s

Yearbook controversy leads to gestures of friendship

Students from a local high school have reached out to build bridges of friendship after they found themselves at the center of controversy after a yearbook prank gone awry.Maple Mountain High Sch

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