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Go Climb a Tree!

Payson City hosts annual Utah Tree Climbing Championship Peterson Tree Care,...

Finding Joy in Service

Officer Travis Keel has worked for the...

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.

Happiness for Heroes Campaign gives hope to veterans in isolation

The veteran’s home in Payson is an excellent facility, as anyone who has visited knows. However, because of the COVID pandemic our...

Payson-Santaquin chamber juggles events schedule in light of pandemic

The last three months have been a wild ride for the Chamber and it’s not quite over yet.  With...

Two Utah County hospitals given top grades for safety

The two MountainStar hospitals in Utah County, Mountain View Hospital and Timpanogos Regional Hospital, were awarded an ‘A’ in the spring 2020...

Mountainland Association of Governments providing meals for seniors in need

The Mountainland Association of Governments is providing meals for seniors in need.  The meals are being distributed through senior...

A Birthday Parade for Ron

Ron Stewart of Payson stepped out his front door on April 3 and headed across the street to his daughter’s home. It was Stewart’s 92 birthday, and due to social distancing restrictions

Noah’s Trail

The trail is named “Noah” for Noah Talley, formerly of Elkridge, who died from suicide in 2016 at the age of 20. According to his mother, Wendy Giddings, her son loved to ride his bike.

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.

Fighting city hall with humor and a dash of snark

What would you do if the potholes on your street were getting so large the postal truck was getting stuck in them? You might start by going to the city offices to find out who is in charge
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