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Monthly Archives: December, 2018

Duke’s Jewelers celebrates 70 years in business

Duke’s Jewelers, a Springville Main Street staple, just celebrated their 70th anniversary this fall. Richard Holmes has been the owner since 1979, when he took over for his grandparents, Mel and

SMOFA hosts 33rd Annual Spiritual and Religious Art of Utah Show

The Springville Museum of Art is celebrating thirty-three years of the Spiritual and Religious Art of Utah exhibition now until mid-January. Five hundred entries were submitted and only 186 were

ALC Internship program inspires students

An internship program at Nebo’s Advanced Learning Center has been helping High School Students try out career paths and prepare for the future.This semester, 147 students from 5 area high schools

Annual Community Holiday Concert on Sunday December 16

By Ginny Ackerson The second annual Springville Community Holiday Concert features the voices of Cindy Thompson and Paul Cave and is directed by Rosemary Mathews. Cindy recently endeared herself

Springville Community Presbyterian Church raises funds for quadriplegic woman

One of the mission projects of Springville Community Presbyterian Church for the last 20 years has been raising funds for Nancy Lower's care as a quadriplegic. a quadriplegic. Nancy is an extraordi

Let’s Give the Nod to Eggnog!

By Joe Capell There are two kinds of people: those who love eggnog, and those who are wrong.What exactly is eggnog, anyway? Is it milk? Is it eggs? Is it a milkshake? Is it dessert? Is it a drink

Ribbon cutting held for Spare Space Storage

By Shirlene Jordan Spare Space Storage, located at 636 S. 400 W. in Springville, is a new member of the Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce.McKenzie Harrington, marketing manager, stated tha

Giving the gift of literacy through personal stories

Porter Olsen & Amy ChandlerRecently a local young man Porter Olson joined several nonprofits together through his Eagle Scout project. He worked with My Story Matters in Springville, UT to ma

The Story of the Christmas Carol

The American Christmas tradition is English, although we don't see much plum pudding these days nor do we feast on suckling pig with an apple in its mouth nor a fat baked goose, spiced wine or a

In Our Back Yard – Santa by Train or Boat

One of the most unique Christmas experiences in the entire nation is right here in our back yard. Less than an hour away in Heber is the North Pole Express. This is an old narrow gauge train that

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