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Monthly Archives: November, 2018

Merit Academy is fortunate to have Amanda Kuhnz as assistant director

By Hannah DrageMerit College Preparatory Academy is fortunate to have Amanda Kuhnz as Assistant Director. She has a BA from Northwestern University and an MA ED from the University of Red Lands.S

Old Time Fiddlers featured in Sunday Concert Series

Be ready to tap your toes on Sunday, November 18, 2018, at the Springville Museum of Art during the Sunday Concert Series presented by the Springville Arts Commission. The Utah County chapter of

Yes on Prop 3

By Matt Slonaker Dear Editor,If you were offered 9 dollars in exchange for 1 dollar would you take the deal? The vast majority of us would say yes. That is the offer on the table in Proposition 3

Getting educated on school records

A valuable resource for genealogists, which is often overlooked, are school records. These can include year books, enrollment papers, attendance rolls, report cards, student newspapers and annual

A Challenging Hunt

By Ed HelmickWhen a sportsman talks about a challenging hunt you are normally dealing with issues of rugged terrain or bad weather. When Kenneth Vaughn of the Chairbound Sportsman Organization ta

Jesse’s Light

By Jacob GossnerThe Angel Series at My Story Matters is dedicated to children who left this life much too soon. We work with families to tell the life story of their child who has passed away. Re

Local leaders break ground on new autism center

A new, state-of-the-art residential facility for teenagers with autism will be opening in Provo. Located on The Heritage Community campus at 5600 North Heritage School Drive, the new $2 million f

Local favorites join World of Dance Tour

Dancers Charity Anderson of Springville and Andres Penate of Vineyard have had a life-altering year. The couple garnered worldwide fame when they received a perfect score—a 100—in August during t

Springville Kiwanis installs new officers

By Douglas G. HamiltonThe Kiwanis Club of Springville installed new officers today. Serving for the 2018-2019 year will be President Bryce Packard, President-Elect Chad Bischoff, Treasurer Ofelia

Springville Community Holiday Concert features Paul Cave and Cindy Thompson

Paul Cave and Cindy Thompson will be the featured singers in the Springville Community Holiday Concert. Paul, who is a former member of the BYU Young Ambassadors and currently performs as a Sinat

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