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Monthly Archives: September, 2019

Retiree to speak on surviving World War II

Pete Czerny will speak at the Springville Senior Center, 65 East, 200 South, on Oct. 2 at 6 p.m., sharing his memories of surviving World War II.

Four of Nebo’s High Schools Receive Athletic Academic Distinction

In 4A, Spanish Fork High placed first, and Salem Hills High placed second. In 5A, Maple Mountain High placed second, and Springville High placed third for the Directors Cup through the Utah

First Flight for You Rally

Most of us have looked skyward and thought how much fun it would be to learn to fly. Then, believing it is too expensive or too dangerous, we’ve dismissed the notion. It’s time to dispel

In Our Back Yard – Nine Mile Canyon

Nine Mile Canyon, which is 27 miles long, has been called the world’s longest art gallery. More than 1,000 rock art sites have been identified and classified in the canyon.

Spanish Fork teen builds lawn game business with support from parents, expresses thanks for their support

The game has been three years in the making, and Eric Jacobsen says it’s been a wonderful experience that he hopes will continue.

‘Server of the Month:’ Culvers’ Beth Sandrone

“Everyone who comes in and is served by Beth feels like they’ve been hugged by their grandma. You'll have had a better day just by seeing her. She is that special.”


Readers saddle up for Fiesta Days Rodeo

Salem Junior High Teacher Honored by Utah State Board of Education

2019 Utah Secondary Mathematics Finalists Nikki Mendenhall, Salem Junior High School, Nebo School District.


7-year-old girl gives proceeds from lemonade stand to Springville Police Department

Student Athlete of the Month: Maddy Drager, PHS Cross Country

Cross country season is underway and Payson high school senior and team captain, Maddie Drager is already off to a good start, shaving two minutes off her time from last year.

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