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Monthly Archives: June, 2018

What’s going on at the Rivoli Theater

The 91-year-old Rivoli Theater in Springville has taken a new turn in life and will be playing an interesting role in Art City’s history. Last year Melissa Cannon leased the building from the cit

Nebo’s Spring Academic All-State Winners 2018

Nebo School District is proud of the many students that are winners and nominated to the Utah High School Activities Association and Deseret News Academic All-State Teams. Congratulations on a jo

Take the TRAK Challenge (Team Random Acts of Kindness)

By David & Tanya TeamsWhen good things start moving forward, they grow a natural momentum that can't be slowed down, Positive and Unstoppable!Be a part of this exciting movement this summer.

What High School Graduation Means

Graduation allows a time for celebrating the achievements of the past four years and the excitement of what’s to come after high school. Graduating from high school can also mean so much more. It

Woman running 50 marathons before her 60th for kids who can’t run

By Tiane KennedyThe Utah Valley Marathon on June 9 will be 55-year-old Michele Rector’s thirteenth marathon in thirteen different states and she’s not slowing down until she runs 37 more in the n

Kelly Burtenshaw honored with State Spirit of PTA Award

A Nebo parent and volunteer at Spanish Oaks Elementary, Kelly Burtenshaw, was recognized with the State Spirit of the PTA award.She has served in the PTA at Spanish Oaks for the last five years.

June town hall meetings to discuss opiate epidemic

 Utah County Commissioners, Nathan Ivie and Bill Lee, alongside other county officials, will conduct town hall meetings to continue the county efforts in fighting the opiate epidemic.The commissio

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