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Monthly Archives: July, 2018

In Our Back Yard: Skyline Drive

Skyline Drive, as the name implies, is a road atop the high plateau and ridge lines of the Wasatch mountain range in central Utah. It is a graded gravel road suitable for passenger cars when the

My Story Matters is just getting started

By Amy ChandlerMy Story Matters is dedicated to seeking out and sharing stories of the heroes around us. In our short six years, we’ve told 2,000 stories and we’re just getting started! My Story

Calendar changes affect genealogists

By Ginny AckersonDid you know that the calendar we use is not the same calendar that your ancestors used? Have you run into dates in your research that just don’t make sense? It may be because of

Splash pads or sprinklers?

[WARNING: Here comes an old man rant!]These kids today are so spoiled. Back in my day, if it was hot, do you know what we could do? Sweat. We could sweat. Maybe we could find some shade under a t

Learn more to rescue more at Springville Family History Center

The Springville Family History Center, 415 S. 200 E., is offering upcoming classes in July.On Thursday, July 19, at 7 p.m. Basic Research in England will be taught by Nick Cronk.On Thursdays, Aug

Thoughts on Zion: Reviving Lorenzo’s stepping stone to Zion

Early LDS leaders taught that the New Jerusalem Zion would be built before Christ makes his triumphant return. Some of us (or our children) will be called upon to assist in building the New Jerus

Renegades and Rebels takes fresh look at American history

Harley riding history buff and popular TV personality Stan Ellsworth says that freedom "is the hope of every human heart and the birthright of every American." He believes those of us who enjoy t

Chairbound Fisherman; Young and Older

Whether you’re 12 or 54, life in a wheelchair obviously has its challenges and even more so if you want to go fishing. To provide wheelchair access for fishing the Utah Chairbound Sportsman Organ

Spanish Fork teen crowned Miss Amazing Junior Teen Queen

By Deborah GoodmanSpanish Fork resident, fourteen-year-old Ashlyn Jackman, was crowned Utah’s Miss Amazing Junior Teen Queen on April 14 of this year in Bountiful. The pageant promotes self-estee

TURN celebrates 4th of July early with BBQ and service project

TURN Community Services’ Spanish Fork Center for the Arts opened in 2014 and has been a safe and inviting place for adults with disabilities to learn and grow with a focus on becoming artists! Th

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