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Monthly Archives: February, 2020

Springville Museum of Art makes for a perfect ‘getaway’

It is February and weather does not invite long trips, but we don’t have to go far to visit the landmark Springville Museum of Art.

What if Every Day was Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s day was originally conceived to honor Saint Valentine, who was executed on Feb. 14, 269 A.D. for not complying with Roman law.

Kindergarten Couple

There’s the saying, “All I ever needed to know, I learned in kindergarten.” Well, for Payson couple, Matt and Sara Po’oi, that old adage should be extended to, “The one I needed to marry

Welders build our future and are in critical demand

One trade that this structure requires is welding. Dillon Hales of Yeti Welding, who is head of a crew working on the project, says that welding is a trade that is needed.

Repair shop owner focuses on service even after accident nearly takes his life

Rebuilding and restoring is what Cameron Johnson, owner of Payson Autobody and Glass does best.

Organization takes aim on annual fundraiser to continue making ‘outdoors possible’

If you have been a regular reader of Serve Daily, you have seen almost monthly articles about the wonderful and often amazing hunting and fishing events of the Chairbound Sportsman Organization.

Family event offers unique opportunity to learn about sounds of Scottish culture

The public is invited to learn more about Scottish culture through narrative, bagpipes, drum, and dance at the Springville Senior Center, March 4, at p.m.

Payson High students celebrate success with publication of stories

Two Payson High School students are riding high after having their stories published in Utah Valley Magazine publications. Senior’s Daxon Geldmacher and Melissa Ward each submitted short

Encircled in Love

It is impossible to have a personal understanding of someone else’s life without a meaningful relationship. Have you ever wondered what someone’s life is like who is completely different

Endure the Hard Times with a Smile

Melissa was born in Prove to W. William (Bill) Brown Jr. and Linda Kaye Mecham Brown on Feb. 22, 1974. Her mother passed away when Melissa was only 14 months old.

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