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Monthly Archives: August, 2018

More on calendar changes and how they affect genealogists

Because Canada started out as a French colony then was ruled by England, their calendar dates are quite confusing. They followed the Gregorian calendar from 1605 - 13 Oct 1710. They reverted to J

Live for Levi

By Colt SampsonSPANISH FORK  -- This past year has been a true test of the heart. There are some things that just can’t be found in the handbook of life and must be lived and learned through our

12 year old huntress in a wheelchair

Enjoying the outdoors, hunting and fishing is a family tradition passed on from one generation to the next. It becomes part of the family culture. Knowledge, skill and stories of outdoor experien

Evermore is coming

Utah County will soon have a revolutionary new entertainment park that is like nothing else on the planet. It is not a theme park and it’s not a ride park. It is a high tech theatrical experience

SEMA: Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed…

By Ken WrightI have to assume these were “free range” monkeys and that “Mama” felt exercising a modicum of parental control would “stifle their special little spirits.” But I digress. We could eas

United Utah Party nominates Tim Zeidner in 3rd Congressional District

July 17, at the Provo City Library, the United Utah Party gathered to nominate a replacement for Melanie McCoard, who was stepping down as the UUP candidate for US Congress in the Third Congressio

June 2018 Nebo PEAK Award Winners

By Lana Hiskey Nebo School District wants to showcase our Positive Energy and Kind employees. PEAK Awards are nominated by patrons and recognized by the Superintendent Staff and Nebo School Board

Teen killed in fatal accident in Spanish Fork

On July 27, 18-year-old Luke Allen Hansen was killed in an accident at the intersection of US Hwy 6 and Expressway Lane.Hansen, the driver of a green Saturn passenger car was transported to Utah

Spanish Fork plans regional park

Spanish Fork recently announced the purchase of 65 acres in the city's river bottoms area along 1100 East (Poplar Lane or Tree Line Road). Future plans for the area include a regional park and op

Salem Days

Enjoy good food, entertainment and family activities at this year's Salem Days, held August 4 - August 11. Events begin with a dutch oven cook-off and culminate with a talent show and fireworks.

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