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Winter Driving Tips for Smart Drivers

Would you be surprised to learn that each year, on average, more than 5,000 Americans lose their lives in weather-related car crashes? Additionally, 418,000...

Spanish Fork woman turns love for helping people and cleaning into ‘A Beautiful Mess’

Six months ago, Bonnie Ashdown of Spanish Fork never would have imagined that she would have a career cleaning people’s houses for free, yet...

November Gardening Tips: Getting Your Garden Ready for Winter and Spring

Preparing your garden in Utah for spring during the fall and winter is an important task to ensure a successful and thriving garden when...

Should I Add My Children as Co-Owners on My Home?

THIS ARTICLE OFFERS GENERAL LEGAL PRINCIPLES AND IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR ACTUALLY MEETING WITH AN ATTORNEY TO DISCUSS YOUR SPECIFIC CIRCUMSTANCES. DO NOT...

Spanish fork man building regenerative farm, while ‘folding’ in liberty and patriotism

When Brittney Stowe took a drive on January day, she spotted some Highland cows that she knew she wanted to take pictures of. Little...

Can You Name 12 Crucial Areas of Emergency Preparedness?

Disasters disrupt thousands of lives every year, leaving behind lasting effects on people and property. After a disaster, many of our neighbors in the...

Spanish Fork ReStore closing its doors after 10 years

Spanish Fork ReStore will be closing its doors in November, and will be holding a customer appreciation event on September 26 at 10 a.m....

Spanish Fork Airport holding annual Wings & Wheels ‘Festival of Speed’

The annual Spanish Fork Airport open house event has become known as Utah’s Festival of Speed. The open house will take place on September...

Woodstuff Landscaping Supplies in Springville serving community for 37 years

 Serve Daily’s longest running supporter, Woodstuff Landscaping Supplies in Springville, has been serving the community for 37 years, and we’d like to take this...

Spanish Fork Has New Community Garden

Gardening season may be well underway, but it’s never too late to let the community know about good things happening in their very own...