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Monthly Archives: October, 2018

Eight fun fall family activities in South Utah County

Jaker’s Jack-O-Lanterns 950 W 400 S, SpringvilleIn its twelfth year, Jaker’s Jack-O-Lanterns, located at 950 W. 400 S. in Springville, is open from September 29 through October 31 from 9 a.m. to

Nebo Employee, Patty Maloy, Receives State Honor

Patty Maloy, former lunch clerk at Cherry Creek Elementary and current lunch clerk at Spring Lake Elementary in Nebo School District, was awarded the Employee of the Year for both the State of Ut

Nebo Educator Honored with the KSL Teacher Feature Award

Nebo School District and Meadow Brook is lucky to have Emily Sheets as part of our teaching family! Congratulations Emily for being honored with the KSL's Teacher Feature Award! KSL NewsRadio and

Anne Puzey, pianist, featured in Sunday Concert Series

By Ginny AckersonOn Sunday, October 21, the Sunday Concert Series will feature Anne Puzey, a superb pianist. This concert is free to the public and starts at 4:30 in the Grand Gallery of the Spri

Celebrate the Arts concert promotes music, careers in arts

Spanish Fork’s Angelus Theater was packed to capacity on Wednesday, October 3 as it hosted the second ever Celebrate the Arts concert. The event, presented by Prime Mortgage Lending, Inc. and the

Nebo high school athletes are inspired to make a difference

Especially for Athletes (E4A) is a foundation started by Dustin Smith with the purpose of inspiring young athletes to make a difference in the lives of others. High school student-athletes tradit

Grandma’s can be heroes

By Lexi VaughnMy Story Matters recently had the chance to interview and celebrate the stories of several students at a local elementary school. While there I got to interview Heather is a fun-lov

The Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce celebrates a new name, new logo & new digs

What’s in a name? Everything! The Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce made a change in their name to show a change in focus.“When our chambers first came together we were the Payson & S

ALA Teacher of the Month: Ian Mounteer

American Leadership Academy welcomes and Congratulates Ian Mounteer as September's Teacher of the Month. 's Teacher of the Month. This is Mr. Mounteer's first year teaching. He graduated from BYU in

Thoughts on Zion: LDS leaders speak on Zion’s timing

There are several statements by members of the Seventy and by one apostle that all indicate that Zion is to be built by the Saints before Christ returns. Here is one:"The establishment of Zion sh

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