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After tragedies from addiction, survivors collaborate to help others

During the past few years Serve Daily has published many articles about Ryan Stream. Many of our readers are familiar with the...

Welcome to Halloween at Evermore!

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Hondu Arch

A short trip to Emery County offers glimpse of our history and stunning landscapes Reds Canyon is an easy...

Pando Aspen Forest Awaits Discovery

With the arrival of September, we will start seeing fall colors appearing later in the month. On a list of things to...

Wings and Wheels set to roar into Spanish Fork

For the past four years the Spanish Fork Airport has held an...

Historic Springville drug store offers service and memories of a different time

Springville has a historic little drug store located at 214 South Main Street that dates to 1909. It has...

Many of Our Hometowns had Different Names at the Start

The names of the cities and towns of south Utah County and nearby Juab County began with different names than we use...

Spanish Oaks Reservoir Offers Pleasant Getaway

The criteria for a destination this month was something close by, something with water, and something the kids would enjoy.

Harvesting time arrives for cherry orchards in South Utah Valley

In late July driving through the cherry farms of Payson and Santaquin the trees were amazingly loaded with the bright red fruit.

A Lot to be Learned from Cattle Baron who Overcame Every Obstacle

The Preston Nutter name is not well known today, but at one time he was in control of 300,000 acres and owned...
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