Thoughts on Zion: Seeing the Two Faces of Pride

If we are truly interested in fleeing Babylon and building Zion, we need to thoroughly understand the similarities and differences between pride, which moves...

Canadian Censuses available online

Canadian censuses are online and searchable from 1825 to 1926. Before 1871, census enumerations were conducted in different areas in various years. Many of...

Nebo Philharmonic Orchestra performing March 17th

The Sunday Concert Series is featuring the Nebo Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sherrie Dunford, on Sunday, March 17, at 4:30 p.m. in the Grand...

Finding families through federal taxes

Although they are often overlooked, tax records can be a valuable source for genealogists. National taxes are due April 15 on our income tax...

Thoughts on Zion: Replacing Pride with Humility

Along our journey here in this column, we came to conclude that: 1. “Babylon” is any culture that has incorporated pride-based beliefs and customs into...

In Our Back Yard – 20,000 Snow Geese

Less than a two-hour drive from south Utah County you can find one of the largest annual migrations of Snow Geese in the United...

Parents Aren’t Allowed to Take Sick Days

By Joe Capell Parents aren't allowed to have sick days. Parents can't just call in and say, "Sorry, I'm not feeling well so I'm not going...

In Our Back Yard – Evermore Park

By Ed and Janice Helmick February always presents an interesting dilemma of where to go that is easy to get to and amazing to visit....

Your health from a family history perspective

Some of the most interesting and potentially helpful pieces of information you will find in researching ancestors is their cause of death and what...

Thoughts on Zion: Both Babylon & Zion have cultures

The ideas shared here opened my eyes to see Babylon and Zion much more clearly and helped me better understand how to move from...