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Monthly Archives: September, 2018

Veteran re-awarded bronze star after his was stolen

By Kjirstin Youngberg An American hero was honored with a Bronze Star Medal at a ceremony at the Bennion Veteran's Home in Payson. His bronze star was stolen in a Mona home burglary, along with h

The Sunglow Cafe: Home-style deliciousness with huge portions

By Amy BairdI write for a living. No, really. I am a writer. In addition to this job, I have written proposals, infomercial scripts, articles, poetry, etc. I love to write and express myself thro

The Sunglow Cafe: Home-style deliciousness with huge portions

By Amy BairdI write for a living. No, really. I am a writer. In addition to this job, I have written proposals, infomercial scripts, articles, poetry, etc. I love to write and express myself thro

Cancer survivor gets wish granted

At the age of 4, Jude Johnson has spent nearly half his life in and out of the hospital fighting acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Next month he'll have the chance to spend time his time, instead, in

Local beauty queen competes in national pageant

By Deborah GoodmanAshlyn Jackman, a sophomore at Maple Mountain High School, competed at the National Miss Amazing pageant in Chicago in early August.After fundraisers from Cowboy Donuts, Chik Fi

Girls join scout packs boosting growth

By Deborah GoodmanFelice and Evan Clements of Springville created Pack 1456 nearly ten years ago and have experienced many changes along the way. However, this year has been the most memorable, a

Freestyle bullfighting for diabetes

This is the fifth year that Gary Jones has brought to our area competitive American Freestyle Bullfighting as a fundraising event for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Never before have

How did we survive without our phones?

By Joe CapellThe other day I did something unbelievably amazing. I wandered into the bathroom and sat down on the toilet before I realized: I DIDN'T HAVE MY PHONE WITH ME! Yes, that's right, I ac

In Our Back Yard: Nebo Loop Fall Colors

The season of spectacular fall colors in our mountains and valleys will soon be here in glorious red, yellow, and orange. One of the best areas for viewing fall colors in Utah, and in fact, one o

Wheelchair Shotgun Shootout

Several times a year, the Chairbound Sportsman Organization schedules a pheasant hunt for wheelchair bound folks. Before the pheasant hunt, it is helpful to practice shooting clay pidgins catapul

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