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Monthly Archives: January, 2020

Local student makes her mark in trampoline and tumbling during World Championships

Shelby Nobuhara (15), of Mapleton took sixth place in the floor event at the World Age Group Competitions for trampoline and tumbling in Tokyo, Japan on Dec. 15. According to Shelby

Electrical lineman trade in growing need of workers, particularly in Utah Valley

This is part one of a Serve Daily series on trades and the need for more skilled workers. In 2019, the Department of Labor reported the US economy had 7.6 million unfilled skilled labor

Family reflects on year of service to prevent teen suicide

In the fall of 2018, a Springville High School student by the name of Kaden Garcia, along with his father, Jorge Garcia, embarked on a mission to educate and empower people struggling with

Will I Live to See the Year 2000?

Annually, when the calendar rolls around to a new year, I am reminded of asking my parents if I would live to the year 2000.

With a New Year Upon Us, Let’s Look Back to Look Forward

As one calendar year ends and another begins, it is typical to look back to consider what has passed as we move into a new year.

Winter Beauty

We are blessed with four seasons to entertain us during the year. Winter is a cool season (pun intended) because it has some unique features for us to think about and appreciate.

Loved By Many: One More Tragic Loss

Tage had a real gift with making all those around him feel loved and valued. He was known for going out of his way to make those who struggled in life or had few friends feel included . . .

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