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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Springville holds Bike with the Mayor event

By Rod OldroydSPRINGVILLE -- Springville City residents enjoyed a bike ride with Mayor Child and members of the City Council at the annual Bike with the Mayor event at the Springville Civic Cente

Springville Library Annual Summer Used Book Sale

By Lisa WilleyThis is the week for the summer used book sale at the Springville Library.The semi-annual book sale, held twice a year (every June during Art City Days, and again in the Fall), is a

Santaquin American Legion to hold Memorial Day Service

By Helen KesterSantaquin American Legion Post 84 will hold its annual Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 28 at 11 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial in the Santaquin City Cemetery.This year's guest s

Utah County chooses legal firm for opioid lawsuits

Last fall, the Utah County Commission passed a resolution to pursue legal action against drug manufacturers and distributors of opioids. During a May 1 meeting, county commissioners moved forward

Spanish Fork Junior High National Junior Honor Society Field Trip

By Jonathon LawrenceMembers of the Spanish Fork Jr. High chapter of National Junior Honor Society participated in a service learning field trip to the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University

Clyde Recreation Center in Springville

SPRINGVILLE -- A ribbon cutting for the Clyde Recreation Center will be on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at 7 p.m. and will be immediately followed by an open house. Attendees can also purchase or fin

Sons of Utah Pioneers visit historic sites

By LaRon TaylorThe Mt. Nebo Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers recently took a trek to Cove Fort & Filmore. The weather was pleasantly warm with some wind that is ever-present in that area.

Cherry Creek celebrates Lighthouse achievement

By Janelle BarrettCherry Creek Elementary in Springville recently became the newest Lighthouse School after four years of implementing The Leader In Me program. This award is given by Franklin Co

Paul Cave and Friends Featured in Sunday Concert Series

By Ginny AckersonThe Springville Arts Commission is pleased to feature Paul Cave and his friends, Charlie and Amaya Flint, Ammon Flint, Amanda Angerbauer, Maddy Shearer and Jake Hart performing a

Payson gets own Community Action Services office

By Jessica EyrePROVO — Community Action Services and Food Bank (CASFB) announced today that it will be opening a new outreach office in Payson, Utah. The office space will be provided by Wasatch

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