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Shellie Peterson

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Shellie Peterson is a mom, wife and freelance writer. She currently lives in Santaquin with her husband and daughter. In her spare time, she loves to sing, read, write and spend as much time as possible camping.
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A Life of Service

For Utah County Emergency Manager, a career as first responder is challenging and rewarding Peter Quittner has lived in Santaquin with his wife and two children...

Local cities use COVID relief funds to help community businesses

In response to COVID-19, the federal government provided state, local and tribal governments with financial assistance. Here’s a look at how two cities in...

Be Grateful Even When Things are Hard

Thanksgiving is a time when families and individuals across the nation show their gratitude for the people, places and things they hold dear. This...

Kamy’s Pantry

Neighborhood Pantry Dedicated to Local Girl Helps Combat Hunger in Payson Photo by Shellie Peterson Kamy’s Neighborhood Pantry in Payson offers free food to those in need. Tucked...

Taking to the Streets

Kiwanis Club members gather to provide service to the community The Spanish Fork branch of the Kiwanis Club took to the streets of Spanish Fork...

Ready & Willing

Search and rescue volunteers face some of the harshest terrain to help those lost in the wilderness Juab County Search and Rescue is a team of...

Easy ways to give to others this Holiday Season

With the holidays rapidly approaching, you may be wondering how to make them brighter for yourself and others.  The good news is that there are...

Learning Resilience from Helen Keller

This year hit me hard … kind of like the time I was playing Capture the Flag in the dark and ran full-speed into...

Stitched Up

Love of sewing leads to the opening of Paisley Patch Quilts in Nephi Nephi just gained a beautiful new quilting shop where residents can go to...

Officer Finds Joy in Helping Others

Officer Justin Miller has been working with the Santaquin Police Department for five months. Before that, he spent his time protecting the community of...
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