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Monthly Archives: August, 2018

Guest Op-Ed: Mike Lee versus the music cronies

By Robert Bell, Utah-based small business ownerThe music mafia is running wild and it’s up to Sen. Mike Lee to put them in their place.Throughout the state and across the country, small businesse

State Farm hosts free Salem BBQ

Colt Sampson State Farm is hosting their 3rd Annual Free Salem BBQ this Saturday in honor of Salem Days right after the parade. Everyone is invited and we can’t wait to see you all there. Co

Springville welcomes Sleep On It Mattress Co.

By Shirlene JordanThe Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce welcomed Sleep On It Mattress Co. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 14, 2018. Their opening brings with it great hope and exciteme

Neurofeedback transforms the lives of Utah residents

By Jesse KingEvery time Jessica Harper, the owner of Aspen Valley Counseling in Orem, got in her car, she knew she was going to miss the entrance of wherever she was going. So, without fail, a ch

Payson Community Theater celebrates 50 years

By Richard LindseyPayson Community Theater is 50 years old this year. This makes PCT the oldest, continuously running community theater in the state.To celebrate this event, we are calling on for

Rex Kocherhans Starts New Season of Sunday Concert Series

The Sunday Concert Series on August 19, sponsored by the Springville Arts Commission, will feature baritone, Rex Kocherhans and friends. Performances are held at the Springville Museum of Art sta

Local teen wins national rodeo honors

By Deborah GoodmanClayson Hutchings, 17, fourth-generation Springville native and son of George and Julie Hutchings, won second place in the Saddle Bronc category at the National High School Rode

Springville kids tour Taiwan with dance group

By Deborah GoodmanThree young Springville residents participated in a dance group invited by the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Taiwan to perform in July at the largest folk festival in Asia. The pre

The Mt. Nebo Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers celebrates the Revolution

By LaRon TaylorThe Mt. Nebo Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers enjoyed an amazing evening with their wives and guests during their monthly meeting in June. The meal was wonderful and Mike Rose

Cash or Credit Card?

By Joe CapellI like cash. Don't we all? (And I'm not talking about Johnny Cash. Although I can't help but sing along anytime I hear "Ring of Fire.") I like the look and feel of dollar bills in my

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