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Monthly Archives: July, 2018

Honey & Grains Grand Opening was a Grand Success

Honey & Grains - Springville Utah's "from scratch" bakery - held its Grand Opening Party last weekend.Almost 1,000 people showed up to celebrate Honey & Grains Grand Re-Opening held at th

Old fashioned fun at the Utah County Fair

9:00 p.m.  Hypno Hick – Main Stage - FREE 9:00 p.m.  Hypno Hick – Main Stage - FREE 9:00 p.m.  Hypno Hick – Main Stage - FREE 9:00 p.m.  Hypno Hick – Main Stage - FREE 9:00 p.m.  Hypno Hick

Spanish Fork DUP looking for new members

Come meet Spanish Fork's history at the DUP Museum at 390 N Main St.The South Center Company of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, Spanish Fork, Utah covers the area of Spanish Fork and Salem. T

How Much is it Going to Snow?

How much is it going to snow next winter is an interesting thought as the bank sign says the temperature is 102. It was a reminder about how important the four seasons are to our physical and emo

Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program receives grant

The Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program (UTYESS) has been awarded a $25,000 grant by Larry and Brenda Potterfield, owners of MidwayUSA. This grant will provide funding to promote Utah’s youth sho

New Intermountain Hospital breaking ground in Spanish Fork

Intermountain Healthcare will begin construction on their new Spanish Fork Hospital with a groundbreaking on Monday, August 13. There will be a short program and light refreshments beginning at 3

ALA hires new basketball coach

By Stephanie ChingasAmerican Leadership Academy welcomes David Reichner as the new boys head basketball coach for 2018.Reichner comes to ALA from San Diego, California. He and wife Barbi have bee

Join the fun at Orchard Days in Santaquin

Santaquin City will be celebrating Orchard Days July 28 - August 4. Festival-goers can enjoy family activities, entertainment competitions, a car show, craft vendors and the award-winning Rocky M

Justin Corbet Memorial Shooting Sports Foundation Grant Awardees

The Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program (UTYESS) was awarded a $3,000 in a grant from the Topeka based Justin Corbet Memorial Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc. This money will be used to offset so

One free and fun way your company can serve your community

By Alena NelsonMy Story Matters Nonprofit enjoys working with educational communities to help bring children custom and personal storybooks. We hold events at schools to interview and photograph

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