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Monthly Archives: December, 2019

I was Served When I Learned of Your Service to Others

It was not long after moving to Payson when I met you. You sat in the back row at church, each week passing around the Sunday school role.

Enjoy the Season with a Provo River Christmas Cruise

How about taking a Christmas cruise this year? Doesn’t that sound like fun? Yes, it does, and you don’t have to go far, and you don’t have to spend a lot of money for a great experience.

Salem Continues Traditional Christmas Display Around Pond

The city and businesses of Salem have their own spectacular Christmas display on and around the pond the town was originally named for.

Groundbreaking ceremony paves way for new terminal at Provo Airport

For the past few years Allegiant Airlines has served Provo out of the TAC Air building that was never designed to be an airline terminal.

Brother and sister collecting cans for local charities

The crack, pop and fizz of a soda pop can is the universal symbol for “I’m about to drink some sugary, bubbly goodness. However, when that last drop is gone, all you are left with is a can

Spanish Fork Festival of Lights glows brighter every year

The Festival of lights has become one the largest and most family affordable holiday events in Utah, and it is right here in Spanish Fork.

A Candle for Loved Ones Lost

The holidays are a wonderful time filled with making memories with friends and family. However, for those who have lost loved ones, the holidays can be difficult because they can often serve

Light the World Giving Machines Allow Shoppers to Help Those in Need

A holiday meal for a family. A box of fresh produce. Take-home meals for a child. Those are only some of the donation options that Utah Valley shoppers will have this year through the Light

Local Hero ‘Candy Bomber’ Speaks at Chamber of Commerce

One of our most famous citizens, Gal Halvorsen, is known in this country as the “Candy Bomber” and to the kids of Berlin from the fall of 1948 to the spring of 1949 as “Uncle Wiggly Wings.”

Eureka residents honor its veterans with Appreciation Day

Veterans Appreciation Day in Eureka was Nov. 2. Sponsored by the Tintic Elks Lodge #711, it was the largest and most successful they ever held.

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