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Monthly Archives: January, 2019

CERT training: Be prepared not scared

By Martin Palmer CERT Coordinator for Springville CitySpringville Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will start classes Thursday, February 7, at 6:45 p.m. in the training room in the fire s

Payson Civic Chorale Spaghetti Dinner

By Kristi Peck Payson Civic Chorale returns to the stage of Carnegie Hall in New York City this May! Joined by other select choral groups from around the nation, we will give a grand choral perfo

James Oneil Miner to perform at Springville Senior Center

From Tokyo, Japan, to Melbourne, Australia, Canada to Mexico, Idaho to Illinois, Dallas to Detroit, Los Angeles to Washington DC and Seattle to Miami and 41 of the great United States of America,

Utah County officials take oath

Utah County’s newly elected officials were sworn into office January 7 in the historic Provo Courthouse in downtown Provo, Utah. wn Provo, Utah. Commissioner Nathan Ivie opened the ceremony with wor

Utah Scholastic Clay Target program receives donation from the ATA’s AIM program

The Utah Scholastic Clay Target Program (UTYESS) has been awarded $18,000 from the Amateur Trapshooting Association’s AIM program. This donation was made to three Utah teams’ endowment accounts a

Congressman John Curtis honors Officer Joe Shinners on house floor

On January 8, Utah Congressman John Curtis spoke on the House floor, honoring fallen Master Officer Joseph Shinners of the Provo Police Department. A Springville resident, Officer Shinners passed

Peteetneet Museum Art Exhibit: Wild Life

A Peteetneet Museum art exhibit January through February 2019 features the art of Theresa Reynolds, who paints in oils, water and pastels. The show, “Wild Life,” features a selection of the artis

Hundreds honor fallen officer

Hundreds of people lined the street in Springville Sunday as a police-escorted procession for fallen Provo officer and Springville Resident, Joseph Shinners went through Springville to Wheeler Mo

SEMA Captain Erman Stone retires

By Ken WrightJanuary 24 Salem’s very own “energizer bunny”, Erman Stone, captain of the Salem Emergency Medical Association (SEMA) will retire…again.Erman Stone began his life of public service b

Utah PTA Region 10 Reflection Winners 2018

The Utah PTA Region 10 announced their Reflection winners that will advance to the state level. Annually, thousands of students will reflect on a common theme and create original works of art in t

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