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Monthly Archives: April, 2020

Small business humbled by show of support during crisis

It was March 14, and Mersadies Reber, owner of Fellas Chop Shop in Spanish Fork was getting ready to celebrate two years in business by offering $2 Classic Straight Razor Shaves.

Staying ‘connected’ while isolating is key to a healthy life

Social distancing is an essential thing to do to stop the spread of infectious diseases, and Utah students are doing what they can to stop the spread of COVID-19 by taking their school work

Teachers make Herculean effort to keep students in contact and engaged while apart

Teachers, aides, and other staff at CS Lewis Academy pulled together in a Herculean effort to create “Curriculum on the Go” buckets for every family to allow students to continue their

With season postponed, athlete stays focused on her goals

Emma Burnham of Spanish Fork High School cleared 5 foot 2 inches in the high jump at her first track meet, which would both tie her personal best and qualify her for the 5A state track meet

Home and Fun Expo postponed until late May due to coronavirus

At the request of the Utah Governor, due to the world situation with Coronavirus, and increasing exposure in Utah; we felt it necessary to adjust our Home & Fun Expo previously scheduled

Saying goodbye, after 49 years of service

On March 18, Losee, a personal banker at the Spanish Fork branch, said goodbye to a nearly 49-year career with Zions Bank.

Libraries serve as community centers to transform lives

Springville Library has provided books, entertainment, and safe haven to thousands of patrons of all ages and backgrounds for nine years.

National Parks Week may be impacted by events in the world

By proclamation of President Donald J. Trump, on April 20, our nation celebrates National Park Week with fee free entrance and a variety of special programs. This year National Park Week

Mapleton Floral and Gifts named business of the quarter

The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that Mapleton Floral and Gifts was selected at the Business of the Quarter by the Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce.

We may be isolating, but we can experience a lot by looking up in our backyard

Our ability to travel and congregate with crowds of people suddenly changed since the March issue of Serve Daily. We must accept public health restrictions like we have never seen before.

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