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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...

New charity works to give hope to adult survivors of sex trafficking

By Brijin Jensen A new charitable organization, Dahlia’s Hope, is open to provide adult survivors of sex trafficking with...

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 Lighthouse Awaits in Our Backyard

Did you know that landlocked Spanish Fork has a lighthouse? Yes, it does. It is a monument to the first Icelandic emigrants to the United States, who settled in Spanish Fork. Between 1855 and 1914, 410 Icelanders immigrated to Utah.

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

Director inspires her band with a love for all things Jazz

During the Little Warriors fund raising event on Feb. 22 my wife and I were amazed at the entertainment provided by the Payson Junior High School Jazz Band.

YourTribe Clothing does its part to bring solidarity to everyone in a time of isolation

Being stuck in the house all day, isolated from social interaction can be a source of great stress and anxiety for many.

Oceans in Our Backyard

Serve Daily is about positive and uplifting people, organizations, and events. Occasionally while working on one story we find another amazing story behind the first story.

In Honor of Those Still Missing

The American Legion is an organization to support our military veterans and the Spanish Fork Post recently honored seven World War II veterans who did not return to their families in Spanish

The story behind Spanish Fork’s 7 missing veterans

One story often leads to another. After learning how the American Legion Post #68 came to recognize seven Spanish Fork Military Service members who never came home after World War II,

Trades in Need-One Stitch at a Time

It all started in her junior high school sewing class at Mountain Ridge Junior High School in Highland, and now Rachel Nilsson of Orem is the owner of a multi-million dollar company called

Former Mayor Overcoming Hardship through Service

For more than a decade, Ward worked as the manager at the BYU Dairy, believing it was something he would spend the remainder of his career doing. All that changed when over time, Ward

51 Scouts

Boy Scouts of America Troop 1467 awarded the Eagle Scout rank to 51 young men during the 15 years of its existence.

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

Rising insulin costs take a toll on those with diabetes

When Salem resident Westlee Jones, son of Gary and Cyndi Jones, was six years old, the normally active boy began sleeping all the time. He didn’t want to leave the house. He often felt angry and thirs
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