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Monthly Archives: May, 2019

Nephi movie canceled

Because of the risk of bad weather, the Nephi movie in the park scheduled for tonight, Incredibles 2, has been postponed until next Friday, May 24.

Springville business owners make their television debut

Springville business Rustica Hardware was recently featured in a show on the A&E television network. Slated for several more episodes and met with an enthusiastic response, “Rustic Remodel” follow

Despite wet spring, wildfires are still a danger this summer

This is the first article in a series on public safety issues for our area. rea. The advent of spring and warmer weather in South Utah County conjures up memories of last year’s summer. And we can’t

Santaquin Legion to hold Memorial Day Service

By Helen Kester Santaquin American Legion Post 84 will hold its annual Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 27, at 11 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial in the Santaquin City Cemetery.This years guest

Springille FFA attends State Convention

Our members enjoyed listening to the speakers during the various sessions. They were inspired as they listened to the Utah State FFA Officers deliver their retiring addresses. They laughed as they enj

Joni Young honored as volunteer of the year by Operation Underground Railroad

Joni Young of Spanish Fork was recognized as “Volunteer of the Year” for her service over the past year for the Non-profit organization Operation Underground Railroad, whose mission is to fight t

Latinos in Action Teacher of the Year — Nebo’s Veronica Solorzano

Congratulations to Mrs. Veronica Solorzano for being recognized as the Latinos in Action (LIA) Teacher of the Year for the State of Utah at the annual Latinos in Action Conference held at the Uni

Nebo Teacher Awarded BEST of STATE 2019

Nebo school district teacher, Angela Harman, received the 2019 Best of State Award for Music Education - Public. The Best of State Awards recognize outstanding individuals, organizations, and bus

Nebo Students Receive State Honors

Emma Argyle, Spanish Fork High School, and Carson Peterson, Salem Hills High School, were two of five UIAAA Scholarship Winners awarded by the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association

Tabitha’s Way needs volunteers

We need your help! Tabitha's Way needs 20 volunteers this Saturday, May 11, to receive help intake donations. The volunteers are needed to help at the American Fork Post Office to receive food donatio

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