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Monthly Archives: June, 2018

Candy drop by the Candy Bomber!

By Becca BaggaleySPANISH FORK -- The Berlin Candy Bomber, Gail S. Halvorsen, will be meeting friends new and old and dropping “Candy Bombs” at the Spanish Fork Airport (2050 N. 300 W.) at 10 a.m.

State Championship week draws hundreds of trapshooters to Spanish Fork Gun Club

By Gary BrodeurSPANISH FORK — Hundreds of shotgunners converged on Spanish Fork in late June for the Utah State Trapshooting Championship, bringing sporting camaraderie to town and contributing u

Springville pioneer stories online

By Judy ElsnerLights! Camera! Action! These words were being heard at the Springville Pioneer Museum (sponsored by the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers). Pioneer histories and stories were being to

Serve Daily June 2018 (.PDF) featuring Therapy Animals work their magic

Click here to download Serve Daily June 2018 digital issue (.PDF)Click here to download Serve Daily June 2018 digital issue (.PDF)Visit our archive here.

Payson Interfaith Council celebrates new status

By Miriam Hawkes BoatrightPayson’s Interfaith Council meets every month, but the meeting on June 26th was historic. After serving the community for several years the council is now an official no

Grand Opening Territory Land Real Estate

By Shirlene JordanThe Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that longstanding Real Estate Broker, Sharee Killpack, opened her new office in Springville, during Springville

Your Light International donates family portraits

Family photos are treasured keepsakes. Your Light International aims to support families by providing professional portraits to preserve family stories and culture.The volunteer group of photogra

Grand Opening CVMC in Santaquin

By Nick StewartSANTAQUIN – Central Valley Medical Center (CVMC) is excited to announce the newest chapter in its history, the completion of the new medical clinic building in the wonderful commun

Payson Huish PACE Center seeks donations

By Wendy HarnThe Goal The objective of the Huish PACE Center is to provide a venue not only for artistic expression, but for events that are educational, cultural, social and informational. The v

Summer movies in the park

Bring the whole family to enjoy movies under the stars in Springville this July. Outdoor movies will be shown on the first three Mondays of the month at Spring Acres Park, 700 S. 1300 E.July 2: P

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