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Monthly Archives: October, 2018

Nebo heroes caught making a difference

Thank you to all first responders and others that helped our communities and students throughout the three weeks of fire and now the flooding that continues to be a threat in Woodland Hills, Elk

Upcoming Springville Senior Center events for everyone

The Springville Senior Center (65 E. 200 S.; 801-489-8738) is pleased to announce two back-to-back programs that will be of interest to everyone.On Wednesday, October 31, at 6:00 p.m., attendees

Annual Parade of Lights looking for entries

The holiday season is fast approaching and the Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for entries into their Santaquin Parade of Lights to be held on Saturday, December 1. This nigh

American Legion Auxiliary will host veterans dinner

By Helen KesterAttention All VeteransSantaquin American Legion Auxiliary #84, will again be honoring all veterans for Veterans Day.This years dinner will be Friday, November 9, at 6 p.m., at the

Teen life-flighted after motorcycle accident

A teen was life-flighted to the hospital after his motorcycle hit a car on Red Barn Road in Springville on October 5. 18-year-old Will Hautz was northwest bound on Red Barn Road. A tall vinyl fen

Glen Ray’s Corn Maze open this fall and Halloween

This Fall a 100 year old farm is transformed into a corn maze with lots of activities for all ages. Glen Ray’s Corn maze, located in Spanish Fork at 1750 W 8000 S, is now open for the fall and Ha

Plasma donation center opens in Spanish Fork

Grifols-Biomat opened its new Spanish Fork location, 450 N Main St, with a ribbon cutting on September 11.Local residents Brandon Gordon, Melanie, and Craig Hamilton and Jesse Cardon spoke about

Local Student Headed to Israel

By Hilary Roberts Brynne Roberts, a ninth grader from Payson, recently received some exciting news. She was chosen as one of only 40 students to participate in a studies-abroad program to Israel

Little Giant Ladders wins big award

Local ladder manufacturer Little Giant was given the Outstanding Manufacturer in the State of Utah award by the Utah Manufacturer's Association.An awards presentation was held October 8, to recog

United Utah Party holds meet the candidates

On October 10, from 3 - 5 p.m., candidates for the United Utah Party will gather at the Salt Lake City Library to meet voters and discuss their legislative agenda. “We have more candidates runnin

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