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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Super Stars Track Meet

This event has been called the “Super Star Track Meet” because the participants are all special needs students with physical, developmental, behavioral/emotional disorders, or sensory impairment

Fifth Graders Walk to Honor Veterans

For the second year, the Spanish Fork American Legion Post 68 organized a program to educate fifth grade students in the 18 elementary schools in Spanish Fork and Salem to the legacy of our flag

Gail Halvorsen Aviation Education Center

Saturday morning, May 5, a “Kickoff Celebration” for the Civil Air Patrol’s Gail Halvorsen Aviation Education Center was held at the Spanish Fork Airport. Gail Halvorsen is a local resident who g

“The Gang” keeps Tabitha’s Way rolling smoothly

A group of seniors have dedicated their time to helping others by volunteering at Tabitha's Way food pantry in Spanish Fork. baling clothes, cleaning the pantry and many odd jobs that are needed

Springville woman faces amputations with optimism and humor

By Deborah GoodmanAdmitted to the hospital in the middle of January 2018, Springville resident Tiffany (Fonohema) Kirkman King was diagnosed with viral and bacterial pneumonia. Exacerbated by imm

Nebo Student Athletic Leaders Learn Sportsmanship

Nebo student athletic leaders from junior high and high schools gathered for a Captain’s Academy on March 28, 2018, at the Nebo School District Office. These team leaders were selected by their p

Doug Tarter joins Payson – Santaquin Chamber board

Troy Barnum, owner of Payson Total Fitness for opening a second location. This is exciting news for Troy and the community. With the dedication needed for two facilities, Troy has stepped down as

ALC CAPS partners with local businesses for real-world experience

By Ronda Hair,The Nebo Advanced Learning Center (ALC) Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) programs are nationally recognized, innovative high school programs. Students fast forward in

Tabitha’s Way thanks local donors

By Susan WilsonSPANISH FORK – Local food pantry, Tabitha’s Way, thanks local stores and restaurants for donating over 490,000 pounds of food in 2017. Stores donating to the south county Tabitha’s

Storytelling and Songs

By Cynthia Coulon “I will write my story fearlessly. Another chapter every day. I’m the one who chooses who I’ll be, And I’m on my way. My story matters” (chorus lyrics by Cherie Call) Over the p

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