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Monthly Archives: July, 2019

Thoughts on Zion – The Two Faces of Humility

As a people interested in fleeing Babylon and building Zion, we need to thoroughly understand the similarities and differences between pride, the foundation of Babylon, and humility, which leads

7 Kids You See at the Playground

Summer is here! That means it's time to take the kids to the park. And that means you're going to run into THOSE kids on the playground. Which kids? These:1. The Kid Who Goes Up the Slide the Wro

DNA test reunites son and birth mother

Growing up, Springville resident Danny Webb always knew he was adopted, but hadn’t given more than a passing thought to his birth family. That changed 7 months ago when he and his wife had their

53-year-old Spanish Fork Man, Brad Barton, breaks the mile world record

When Spanish Fork resident, Brad Barton laces up his running shoes, he’s not going for a casual jog. Unlike most men his age, the 53-year-old father of five is heading out the door to chase world reco

Youth Summer STEM Camp

During the month of June, the Nebo School District held a special four-week program for 5th and 6th-grade students to inspire and promote interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).

The Power of Challenges

By Julie Hall for My Story Matters The next “power” is The Power of Challenges.We all have challenges. Challenges can cause us stress and pain and can bring us to our knees. Challenges can also t

Mt. Nebo Chapter Learns of Payson History

By LaRon Taylor The Mt. Nebo Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers had a dinner meeting with their wives & guests on June 27. They enjoyed a great catered meal and listened to a presentation o

Akron’s Olojakpoke transfers to Utah Valley

By Jason Erickson kson By Jason Erickson Utah Valley University men's basketball coach Mark Madsen has announced that Akron forward Emmanuel Olojakpoke will transfer to UVU and play for the

UNLV’s Trey Woodbury transfers to Utah Valley

By Jason Erickson kson Trey Woodbury By Jason Erickson Trey Woodbury Utah Valley University men's basketball coach Mark Madsen has announced that UNLV guard Trey Woodbury will transfer

Roping teens caught doing good at a local park

On June 18, 2019, Spanish Fork resident, Randi Fano took to the Spanish Fork Community News Facebook page to publicly thank some young men who had provided some service to her children at the baseball

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