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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

Robin Hood the Musical

By The Brothers Cobb Cobb By The Brothers Cobb Welcome to Sherwood! Cobb&Co Theater Productions, along with Angelus Theatre proudly present, Robin Hood the Musical; a Cobb&Co original

Utah Vocal Arts Academy Presents Annual Concert

Remember, the Springville Arts Commission Sunday Concert Series starts their season on August 18 at the Springville Museum of Art at 4:30 p.m. Remember, the Springville Arts Commission Sunday Concert

Hosting Folkfest dancers makes big impression on local host family

By Megan Mayfield ield We hosted Folkfest dancers for the first time 8 years ago. I had a friend who was helping find host families, and although we had never attended Folkfest, I said yes to help h

Utah Youth Education in Shooting Sports ends record-breaking season and awards outstanding student-athletes

Members of Skyline X stand with coach Jenny McGowan after being presented their High School Letter and NRA Marksman Qualification Awards at the UTYESS Youth State Championships, June 3, 2019. Members

“The Fish” to appear at Art City Days

Join Billy Rhatigan and Art City Auto Body as they ride one of the largest, most impressive vehicles you’ll see in the Springville Art City Days parade at 10 a.m. on Saturday, the 8th of June. 

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is Coming to Salem

When was the last time you had a rip-roaring, foot-stomping good time? If it’s been a while, I can offer you one. Salem Community Theater will be performing Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and the cas

Participants in local fun run ‘Pay it forward’ with help of local businesses

On the morning of May 18, the rain clouds took a slight break to allow over 400 people to participate in Payson's ninth annual Pay it Forward 5K/1 mile Challenge — many of them elementary-aged childre

Missionary Who Lost a Leg Gets Free Hunting Trip

In 2011, while in Brazil on an LDS Mission, Logan Bagley lost his left leg in an accident. He always had a flair for adventure and met up with the Chairbound Sportsman Organization at the Western Hunt
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