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Arianne Brown

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Arianne Brown is a mom of nine who writes columns for many local and national publications. She currently resides in Payson, and enjoys looking for good happenings in her area and sharing them for others to read about. For more of her stories, search "A Mother's Write" on Facebook.
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Stadium Cinemas celebrates 20 years with popcorn and candy for community

Stadium Cinemas in Payson held a celebration to mark 20 years in business on May 2. There was popcorn, candy, and rows of smiling faces -- but no movies.

I was served by many thoughts of concern and reaching out, even though we’re apart

I was out for a run up the “P” trail in Payson. I had the thought to contact a friend of mine in New York City. A quick text of, “How are you doing?” was what I sent.

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 go above and beyond for students in difficult time

Governor Gary Herbert ordered a “soft closure” on all Utah schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic on March 13.

YourTribe Clothing does its part to bring solidarity to everyone in a time of isolation

Being stuck in the house all day, isolated from social interaction can be a source of great stress and anxiety for many.

Sophomore studies on and off the field to be his best

For the past six months, Anderson Brown has been writing features on student-athletes, and as his mother, I have enjoyed watching him immerse himself in learning about other athletes and sports.

Trades in Need-One Stitch at a Time

It all started in her junior high school sewing class at Mountain Ridge Junior High School in Highland, and now Rachel Nilsson of Orem is the owner of a multi-million dollar company called

Cure cancer-Kindergarten student helps school raise funds for cancer research

Brockbank Elementary School in Spanish Fork was able to donate nearly $3,000 to breast cancer research with the help of a kindergarten student with a big heart.

Former Mayor Overcoming Hardship through Service

For more than a decade, Ward worked as the manager at the BYU Dairy, believing it was something he would spend the remainder of his career doing. All that changed when over time, Ward
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