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Nebo School District standout students

By Lana Hiskey Broadcom MASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars), is the premier science and engineering competition for middle school students.Society affilia

The Jesse Knight Legacy

Jesse Knight was a mining magnate who lived in Provo, Utah. He was born on September 6, 1845, in Nauvoo, Illinois, and because his sister, Lydia Rosana Knight, married John Ray Young, is a relati

Thoughts on Zion: How do co-ops help build Zion?

Some may be unaware that early LDS leaders taught that co-operatives were a means of uniting the Saints economically and preparing them for their eventual return to build the New Jerusalem Zion.A

Bucket List Ram Hunt for 15-year-old

Dallas Gilbert-Branin is a 15-year-old young man with a terminal illness, Duchene Muscular Dystrophy. One of the joys in his life is hunting with his father, and one of the things he wanted to hu

The Funny-ish Files: These Are My Problems….

These are my problems:The ice-maker on the refrigerator spat out an extra ice cube when I wasn't looking, so there was a cold, wet spot on the kitchen floor that I stepped in with my bare feet.Th

The world needs a long-term solution to violence against children

By Katie CookWhat if your whole childhood was different. What if you never saw your family, or played with your favorite toys, or slept in a nice bed. What if that was all real. Worldwide, over 4

Take a Number, Darling

By Ed & Janice HelmickThis is a hilariously funny production by the Springville Playhouse. The play was written by Jack Sharkey and directed by local actor Dave Chapa. The plot is about conce

In Our Back Yard: Eureka Tintic Mining District

One of the richest mining districts in the world and its wealth of history are just down the road. Southbound on I-15 to US Highway 6 at Santaquin will take to Eureka in about 35 miles. The name

Non-population census schedules aid genealogists

Non-population schedules contained in Ancestry’s database include agriculture, industry/manufacturers and social statistics. Agricultural schedules are useful for both historians and family histo

Chalk it up on Main a visual delight

On June 2, artists transformed the sidewalk at the Spanish Fork Library and park with beautiful chalk art at the annual Chalk it up on Main event.The fun-filled event included dozens of local cha

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