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Monthly Archives: October, 2019

Especially for Athletes — Promotes Resiliency, Integrity, Synergy, and Engagement in Nebo Schools

Especially for Athletes founder Dustin Smith spoke to the student athletes of Salem Hills and their parents about the importance of being an example in their schools, families

Springville FFA Open Social

Springville Future Farmers of America recently had their opening social and parent meeting.

Miss Utah Visits Nebo Schools and Promotes Servesteem: Increasing Self-Esteem One Act at a Time

Miss Utah, Dexonna Talbot, took time to visit various Nebo schools recently.

Nebo Comfort Systems serves community through reading program

Lorene and Robert Moore of Nebo Comfort Systems know all-too-well that it’s the small comforts like reading a book at home with your child that make all the difference.

Pioneer Museum is the place to remember Utah heritage

The Pioneer Museum, sponsored by the Springville-Mapleton Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Company, is located at 175 South, Main Street in the old Carnegie Library Building.

Welcome to Evermore!

You may have heard about the medieval gothic village that exists up I-15 in Pleasant Grove. It is a real 14th century village with the architecture style you would expect. Much of it has

Why do we use pumpkin Jack-O-Lanterns during Halloween?

Why pumpkin Jack-O-Lanterns during the Halloween season, you might ask. It goes back to East England and Irish folklore about a village drunk, thief, and sinful character named Jack.

I was served by watching you serve each other

Service is everywhere, if you just take time to pay attention. Sometimes it happens to you, and sometimes it happens to others. It is my belief that if you just slow down to notice moments

Andersen Tower in Spanish Fork burns down

On Sept. 21, Wayne Andersen of Spanish Fork sat on a pile of bricks and watched as heavy machinery tore down what remained of more than 40 years of memories. Just the day before, the

‘I never thought about a zipper, until I zipped up the windows on my tent’

We left town early headed for a remote location with our Jeep and tent trailer. Camp was set up before noon and we were ready to go exploring back roads.

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