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Springville Memorial Day Program cancelled

In light of current health risk concerns, there will be no Memorial Day Program at Springville’s Evergreen Cemetery this year. We hope to see you all next year. Thank a Veteran

We’ve Got This!

When the Utah High School Activities Association announced that all spring sports would be cancelled, athletes across the state were devastated. All that demanding work, and no season to

Chick-fil-A donates to Nebo School District teachers

Every day last week, Chick-fil-A staff showed up and donated chicken sandwiches to various schools across Nebo School District for all employees.

SPRINGVILLE CITY OFFICIALLY POSTPONES ART CITY DAYS 2020 UNTIL 2021

Springvile Art City Days 2020 to resume in 2021.

Community Action Services offers help and opportunities for volunteers

Now, to guard against spreading this virus and adhere to social distancing guidelines, volunteers are actively preparing boxes that are being distributed to clients based on their family

Breathing Easy While Trapped Inside

Poor indoor air quality can cause many symptoms similar to COVID-19, leading to a lot of unnecessary worry and discomfort.

Staying ‘connected’ while isolating is key to a healthy life

Social distancing is an essential thing to do to stop the spread of infectious diseases, and Utah students are doing what they can to stop the spread of COVID-19 by taking their school work

Home and Fun Expo postponed until late May due to coronavirus

At the request of the Utah Governor, due to the world situation with Coronavirus, and increasing exposure in Utah; we felt it necessary to adjust our Home & Fun Expo previously scheduled

Saying goodbye, after 49 years of service

On March 18, Losee, a personal banker at the Spanish Fork branch, said goodbye to a nearly 49-year career with Zions Bank.

Libraries serve as community centers to transform lives

Springville Library has provided books, entertainment, and safe haven to thousands of patrons of all ages and backgrounds for nine years.

We may be isolating, but we can experience a lot by looking up in our backyard

Our ability to travel and congregate with crowds of people suddenly changed since the March issue of Serve Daily. We must accept public health restrictions like we have never seen before.

We’re all in this together

In the wake of unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 and the resulting quarantine, Mercato’s Savory Fund, along with portfolio restaurant founders from Mo’Bettahs Hawaiian Style

Communities rally to lend a hand as we face a new reality

The world is perhaps united in a common cause; slowing the spread of COVID-19. And while governments scramble to organize a response and the United States government passes more than

Mayor Presents Youth Awards

Every seat was filled at Springville’s City Council Meeting for the Mayor’s Youth Award presentations. The award recipients were being recognized for their incredible stories of being

Spanish Fork beauty crowned Miss Utah

Spanish Fork beauty queen Dexonna Talbot was crowned Miss Utah 2019 on June 15. This is her second trip to the scholarship competition. In 2018, Dexonna competed under the Miss Spanish Fork title and
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