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Monthly Archives: November, 2019

Shooting Sports

Utah Youth Education in Shooting Sports has joined the Giving Tuesday movement, a global day of giving that kicks off the giving season and follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Giving Tuesday

This GivingTuesday, the Utah non-profit Academy of Self-Reliance will inspire generosity by accepting donations to support an initiative to create pesticide-free, flower-rich honeybee

Art for Heart’ campaign raises funds for local charity

Springville’s Brown Art Gallery will hold the first of what will be an annual fundraiser “Art for Heart” campaign.

Spanish Fork Ranger District offers Christmas tree cutting permits beginning Nov. 7

Venturing out into the forest to cut your own tree for the Christmas holiday season can be a great family tradition.

Nebo School District to host presentation on how stress is impacting teenagers

Nebo School District will host a presentation on how stress is changing the teenage brain on Nov. 4 at Maple Mountain High School and Nov. 18 at Spanish Fork High School.

Unique getaway to Monroe easily removes you from the modern world

During the cold days and frigid nights of the coming season, soaking your body in a steaming hot natural mineral spring sounds like a pretty good idea.

School district and law enforcement work together to stop drivers from ignoring school bus stop arms

During National School Bus Safety Week, Oct. 21-25, Utah school districts along with city leaders and law enforcement came together to remind everyone about the importance of safety around

With inspiration and drive, Mapleton rapper reaches for the stars

“You better lose yourself in the music, the moment you own it, you better never let it go… .” These lyrics by the rapper, Eminem, have rung loud and clear in 22-year-old, Caleb Johnson’s

Students recall times of gratitude when they were served

For this month’s “I was served” column, second grade students from Mrs. Brown’s class at Maple Ridge Elementary in Mapleton wrote down times when they were served by those around them. These

Spanish Fork residents help Young Eagles soar over Manti

The communities of Ephraim and Manti are rural towns about eight miles apart and 100 air miles south of the Salt Lake metropolitan area. Their combined population is about 10,000 people.

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