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Monthly Archives: December, 2018

Benjamin resident and sculptor creates Ty Murray Top Hand Award

By Arianne BrownOn November 6, the Professional Bull Riders presented former rodeo cowboy and world champion, Lewis Field with the coveted, Ty Murray Top Hand Award that is given to athletes who

Historic Springville home holds treasures

When Sarah and James Wills moved to Springville from Holliday two and a half years ago, they had no idea the treasures they’d uncover, both physical treasures and the prize of community support a

CCBank kicks off choose your charity contest

By Sheryl ThomasCapital Community Bank has kicked off its annual Choose Your Charity Contest, which allows individuals and families to help CCBank make a difference in the community by nominating

Make it a Safe Holiday Season

December is a busy month with so much to do. We find ourselves involved with school and church events, community programs, Christmas shopping and package mailing. We have a lot to do and our dail

White Feather Rocks celebrates Business of the Month honor

By Andra Cefalo The Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce congratulates November's Business of the month White Feather Rocks which is located in Santaquin. White Feather Rocks started busines

ALA December Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to Matt Wendell, American Leadership Academy Teacher of the Month for December. the Month for December. This is Mr. Wendell's first year at ALA. He teaches Band, Jazz Band, and Drum

Nebo Education Foundation Gives November Grants

The Nebo Education Foundation meets each month at 7:00 a.m. to discuss submitted educational grant proposals for students in Nebo School District. One of the goals of the foundation is to fund wor

When and how do I get help?

By Shannon M. Acor I think there have been times we have all felt sad, lonely, and perhaps even hopeless. For many, those feelings are situational and as soon as the stressful situation ends so d

Gathering treasure from trash

By Ginny Ackerson Shortly after the funeral of your recently deceased relative, you are invited to help to clear and pack up their house. There are many boxes of papers along with the furniture,

Thoughts on Zion: The Stepping Stones of Pride and Humility

By Jesse Fisher As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, we are under covenant with God to establish Zion. We are also under divine direction to flee Babylon (D&C 133:12

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