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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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Brother and sister collecting cans for local charities

The crack, pop and fizz of a soda pop can is the universal symbol for “I’m about to drink some sugary, bubbly goodness. However, when that last drop is gone, all you are left with is a can

A Candle for Loved Ones Lost

The holidays are a wonderful time filled with making memories with friends and family. However, for those who have lost loved ones, the holidays can be difficult because they can often serve

‘Write What You Know’ Guides Local Author ‘s Narrative

“Write what you know.” These were the words that came to Roger Blomquist’s mind when he began authoring his book series, South Pass that documents early pioneers on their trek toward Utah.

With inspiration and drive, Mapleton rapper reaches for the stars

“You better lose yourself in the music, the moment you own it, you better never let it go… .” These lyrics by the rapper, Eminem, have rung loud and clear in 22-year-old, Caleb Johnson’s

Students recall times of gratitude when they were served

For this month’s “I was served” column, second grade students from Mrs. Brown’s class at Maple Ridge Elementary in Mapleton wrote down times when they were served by those around them. These

With a little planning, your lawn waste doesn’t need to go to waste

Fall has fallen, making for a hefty amount of yard waste to dispose of. From leaves to branches and even yard clippings from that end-of-season lawn mowing, when all is said and done

Local students compete at Mountain Bike State Championships

High school-aged athletes from all over the state traveled to Cedar City for the Utah High School State Mountain Bike Championships Oct. 18-19. In this growing sport, 40 of the nearly 70

Nebo Comfort Systems serves community through reading program

Lorene and Robert Moore of Nebo Comfort Systems know all-too-well that it’s the small comforts like reading a book at home with your child that make all the difference.

I was served by watching you serve each other

Service is everywhere, if you just take time to pay attention. Sometimes it happens to you, and sometimes it happens to others. It is my belief that if you just slow down to notice moments

Andersen Tower in Spanish Fork burns down

On Sept. 21, Wayne Andersen of Spanish Fork sat on a pile of bricks and watched as heavy machinery tore down what remained of more than 40 years of memories. Just the day before, the
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