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Monthly Archives: April, 2019

Crabby’s To Go: Diner-Style Burgers and Mexican Favorites in Santaquin

By Amy BairdWhen you hear Crabby’s you might think of seafood; however, this Crabby’s is not fishy. They have authentic diner-style burgers and Mexican food. Plus it is all fresh, made to orde

Nebo Student Athletic Captains Learn Sportsmanship this Spring

Nebo student athletic leaders from junior high and high schools gathered for a Spring Captain’s Academy at the Nebo School District Office. Mr. Troy Bohling, Coordinator of School Services, we

Utah Elks partner with Warrior Tales to honor local veteran

By Robert Pagnani The Utah Elks Veterans Programs along with Warriors Tales interviewed WWII Army Veteran DeVearl Decker, U.S. Army and submitted his military career to Library of Congress. Pleas

Nebo Education Foundation Gives Grants April 2019

The Nebo Education Foundation meets each month to discuss submitted educational grant proposals for students in Nebo School District. One of the goals of the foundation is to fund worthwhile projects

SFHS Auto Body Repair

You can not help but be amazed at the number of cars and trucks on our streets and roads. That also means that a few of these vehicles get dents, dings, rust, and occasionally seriously crunched. That

Nephi opens new soccer fields at Town Square

Nephi held its Town Square Soccer Field Grand Opening on April 23 at 6 p.m. These are the first community-based soccer specific fields in Juab County. The project was funded by the Parks, Arts, and Re

Tintic Utah Lodge serves local EMS

By Robert Pagnani Utah Elks Tintic, Utah Lodge #711 utilized their Anniversary Grant to help the local Emergency Medical Services stock their Trauma Bags and Ambulance.

Old Springville Pool gets new life as Fieldhouse

Springville City has created a new and unique recreation opportunity in the building that housed the old Springville swimming pool. ool. After the new Clyde Recreation Center with swimming pool open

Salem Hills High School senior creates Relay for Life in memory of older brother lost to suicide

For the past several months, 18-year-old Salem Hills High School student, Anna Nye has been volunteering her time mentoring special needs kids in her school with a focus on making sure that each has f

Wilson Elementary fifth-graders provide service project at Peteetneet Museum

On April 19, fifth graders from Wilson Elementary in Payson took a field trip to Peteetneet Museum. Unlike other trips to this historic site, however, this was not to view any of the artifacts within

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