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Arianne Brown

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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Payson resident lifts spirits of passersby with an always friendly greeting

I have a friend who stands on the corner as I head on my run up to the Payson P or on the canal trail. Sometimes he waves, while other times he will greet me with a high-five that I must

I was served by observing your love for each other

February is that time of year when the earth is still enveloped in its wintry weather, yet the prospect of spring is on the horizon.

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.

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

Historic Farmer Cooperative in Springville being transformed into art foundry

Just west of the dairy on Main Street in Springville, a renovation is about to begin, giving the former farmer cooperative a whole new look and purpose developers hope will please residents.

I was served by the Baby Boomers in my life

“OK Boomer” is a popular statement that is making its way around social media and in conversations nationwide.

Author shares forgotten Utah history through book series

In the summer of 1847, thousands of men, women and children entered the Salt Lake Valley after traveling thousands of miles to escape religious persecution.

When setting goals for the New Year, it’s important to set ones within your reach

The city of Spanish Fork recently received a grant from Utah League of Cities and Towns in conjunction with Intermountain Health Care to promote active and healthy living in the community.
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