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Monthly Archives: November, 2019

Group looking for people interested in starting Boy Scout troop in Springville

After several years of inactivity there is new interest in reestablishing an active Boy Scout Troop at the Springville Presbyterian Church.

Nebo district celebrates Native American Naat’áánii Day

The Nebo Title VI Native American Indian Program recently held their 5th Annual Leadership Day for their junior high and high school students and administration. Naat’áánii in the Navajo

Local students compete at Mountain Bike State Championships

High school-aged athletes from all over the state traveled to Cedar City for the Utah High School State Mountain Bike Championships Oct. 18-19. In this growing sport, 40 of the nearly 70

Students battle it out during Nebo School District Tournament of Bands

The Springville High School band received Outstanding Color Guard and Second Place at the Nebo Tournament of Bands.

The Fellas Chop Shop offers free haircuts for Veterans

A haircut and a shave. Those two things can make all the difference in how a man feels about himself, if just for a moment. That’s why Mersadies Reber, owner at The Fellas Chop Shop

SHARP survey reveals drug use trending down for youth

This survey is administered every other year to students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 across Utah and asks questions about health, including drug use, mental health and suicide, gang

Tennis duo takes their friendship all the way to state title

Dude we just won! We just won! We just won state! Emilee Nicholls said to teammate and best friend, Megan Mayo. The two hugged in celebration of a goal that they had set earlier this year.

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