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Monthly Archives: May, 2019

Community Action Services Announces Partnership in 2019 Food Drive to Stamp Out Hunger

By Jennifer Durrant Community Action Services and Food Bank will team up with local mail carriers for the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) 27th annual Stamp Out Hunger® food drive o

Nebo Teachers of the Year 2018 – 2019

Nebo School District Teacher of the Year - Laurie Hansen-Salem Hills High High Photo: Nebo School District Photo: Nebo School District Photo: Nebo School District ol District “Laurie is an outst

Louise Payne, Soprano, Closes out 2018-2019 Sunday Concert Series Season

The last performance in the Sunday Concert Series for this season (there will be no concerts during June and July) will be given by soprano Louise Huber Payne on Sunday, May 19, at 4:30 p.m. at t

Timelines are Great Tools for Genealogists

Using timelines can help you see a family in the context of itself and history and timelines can help you assure accuracy by sorting out families that have similar names and dates. There are personal

Intern Highlight

Such a dedicated student, wife and mother, Tori is a great example of why we love our interns. Such a dedicated student, wife and mother, Tori is a great example of why we love our interns. Such a d

Payson Civic Chorale to perform in Carnegie Hall

Conductor David C. Dahlquist has chosen two humanitarian choral works with which to make his Carnegie Hall conducting debut. but. On Tuesday, May 28, he will direct the Payson Civic Chorale, which h

Caleb Chapman and his youth Cresent Super Band will play at SCERA

The same youth musicians from Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band who played to enthusiastic audiences in China earlier this month are presenting the same concert May 6 at the SCERA Center for the Art

Disabled Air Force Veteran from Spanish Fork heals through competitive sports, hopes others will, too

SPANISH FORK, Ut. — From a young age, Joshua Smith always loved playing sports and being physically active. This way of life followed him through a 13-year career in the United States Air Force where

ALA students excel at ASL competition

By Jaylin Rogers ers On April 13, students from Mrs. Rogers American Sign Language classes at American Leadership Academy drove up to West High School in SLC where the annual State ASL Competiti

Nebo Students Enjoy SheTech Conference

The team consisted of Summer Hall, Marsha Woods, Madison, McKenna, LeeLoo O'Neil, Madalyn Remkes, and the ALC students, Kali York, Kari Evans, Jazmine Passey, McKennah Watson, and Kaisha Passey. The

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