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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

Youth shooters defeat local police in a shootoff; make donation to fallen officer’s family

The Skyline X youth shotgun shooting team took on several of the area's police, first responders and Veterans over the weekend, claiming victory with an average score of 88 to the officers' score

Sports Performance Academy aims to keep the whole family fit

The new Sports Performance Academy in Spanish Fork hopes to be a "safe, clean, cook, sheik place for individuals and families to come have fun and be healthy," said the gym's co-owner Devin Shaw.

Protect Medicaid expansion from repeal

By Matt Slonaker, Executive Director of Utah Health Policy ProjectOn November 6th, Utah voters passed Proposition 3 and finally put to rest a years-long debate. Voters choose to fully expand the

Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program raises $318K for youth shotgun shooting sports in 2018

In 2018, the Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program (Utah SCTP) raised $318,831.73 for youth shotgun shooting sports throughout the state. The majority of these funds are held in endowment accounts

KSL Teacher Feature honors Nebo teacher Gaylynn Parker

Nebo educator, Gaylynn Parker, former teacher at Spanish Fork Junior High and current teacher at Payson High School, was honored for her accomplishments with the Zion’s Bank and KSL’s NewsRadio T

Mt. Nebo Junior hosts Reality Town

Students at Mt. Nebo Junior High got a little dose of "reality" on January 22 as they participated in Reality Town. This fun, hands-on activity incorporated real-life scenarios and taught student

New Nebo School Board of Education members sworn in

By Lana Hiskey Three Nebo School Board Members were sworn in by Tracy Olsen, Nebo School District’s Business Administrator, on January 9, 2019.Scott Card ran unopposed in the Springville, Mapleto

Local businesses showered with praise on National Compliment Day

The Spanish Fork Salem Chamber of Commerce took time on National Compliment Day to show local businesses how much they are valued in the community. A post on the chamber's Facebook page asked peo

Obituary: James N. Crook

James N. CrookSeptember 2, 1940 - January 19, 2019 (Age 78)James N. Crook, 78, a loving and beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and uncle, passed away peacefully at h

Mayor’s Youth Awards honor outstanding students

By Shannon M. Acor Springville Mayor Rick Child and City Council members were delighted by the smiling faces of Paige Ballard, Alexia Lundberg and Jocelyn Mendez at the January 15 City Council Me

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