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Monthly Archives: November, 2019

Fighting city hall with humor and a dash of snark

What would you do if the potholes on your street were getting so large the postal truck was getting stuck in them? You might start by going to the city offices to find out who is in charge

Historic church in Springville remains gathering place for faithful

Brigham Young and the Mormon settlers of Utah welcomed non-Mormon people to the areas settled by the Mormons on the condition that no persecution of the Saints would take place.

With a little planning, your lawn waste doesn’t need to go to waste

Fall has fallen, making for a hefty amount of yard waste to dispose of. From leaves to branches and even yard clippings from that end-of-season lawn mowing, when all is said and done

Summit gathers business owners to discuss changing times

Nebo School District Superintendent Rick Nielsen welcomed more than 50 businesses attending the South County Business Summit.

Canyon View Clinic opens doors on new facility in Mapleton

The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce welcomed Canyon View Medical Group to Mapleton recently during a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Oasis opens doors in support of those with special needs

The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce recently gathered for the Open House and Ribbon Cutting for Oasis Community Art and Learning Center.

Groundbreaking ceremony first step in Santaquin’s quest for local market

For years Santaquin residents have asked, “will we ever get a grocery store here in town?” The answer to that question is now be, “yes.” A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Oct. 14 for the

Mt. Nebo chapter of Sons of Utah Pioneers gather as speaker reflects on journey of life

The Mt. Nebo Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers had the privilege of hearing Douglas T. Snarr share several experiences of his remarkable life during its September meeting.

Local female students glimpse opportunities awaiting them in aviation

Twenty young women from the Nebo School District’s Advanced Learning Center were flown by Delta Air Lines from Salt Lake to the NASA Space Center in Houston on Oct. 5.

Educators gather to discuss successful partnerships in higher education

Nebo School District educators had the opportunity to present at the national level at the National Concurrent Enrollment Conference held in Salt Lake City.

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