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Monthly Archives: July, 2020

Life as a Fashion Consultant isn’t Easy

I have two daughters, ages 12 and 5. Their Mom keeps them well-supplied with nice, cute, clothes. When they coordinate those clothes properly, how their...

A Journey to the Past

On the other side of Soldiers Summit, 10 miles past Price on Highway 6, a left turn at the Wellington Miller Chevron station and...

Fiesta Days loom with some cancellations due to Coronavirus

With the current COVID-19 conditions, the Spanish Fork Fiesta Days Executive Committee has evaluated all of its events and determined which ones can be...

Copies Plus celebrates 36 years of business in Springville

Voted number one printer in Utah Valley in the Daily Herald’s best of Utah Valley for eight years in a row, they have become...

Finally Accepting that I Might be a Hoarder

By Casey Wood “Okay, why are we keeping this empty box?” asked my wife as we were packing our things.  We had just bought our first...

The Squeegee Boys

They have been friends since high school and are now partners in a growing business providing a service for a task few people want...

A little taste of heaven in Nephi

As I have said many times before, the part of this job that I love is meeting interesting people in interesting places.  This proved true...

Organization fulfills dreams of chair-bound hunters

The Chairbound Sportsman Organization of Springville has been arranging hunting and fishing events for the physically handicapped for 10 years and I have covered...

History of successful rancher is classic pioneer story

In studying the pioneer history of Nine Mile Canyon Shadrach (sometimes spelled Shedrach or Shedrack), commonly known as “Shed” Lunt is credited with being...

Goodbye to the wonderful town of Payson

It was supposed to be our forever home, but it was not meant to be.  When jobs and other life commitments do not line up,...

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