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Soccer high school seniors leave their mark

Once again, seniors from the Spanish Fork High School girls soccer program have celebrated the end of their season with a service project.  This has...

Spanish Fork Resident Wins Best Actor

In December 2018, Serve Daily published a story about a Spanish Fork father of three by the name of Yahosh Bonner, who was a...

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A Mother’s Love and Sacrifice

When I was young, my family was not well...

Student makes a comeback from season-ending injury

n the Fall of 2019, Spanish Fork High School...

Payson Woman Starts Business After Helping Friends During Pandemic

It was early March 2020 when Keely Ballard of...
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Irene Petersen

Erma “Irene” Boam Petersen, 94, peacefully passed from this earthly existence to join with so many of her loved ones, who she was very...

Joseph Claine Petersen

Joseph “Claine” Petersen, 96, peacefully passed through the veil to join his sweet and cherished wife, Irene, March 11, at home in Spanish Fork. Claine...

Brent Carl Hodson

Brent Carl Hodson, beloved husband, loving father, grandfather, and dear friend to many, died Feb. 23, at home with his family having fought a...
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Student makes a comeback from season-ending injury

n the Fall of 2019, Spanish Fork High School tennis player, Kylie Smith, was experiencing some chronic pain in her elbow that would result...

Second Chances

Photo by Pete Hansen Andrew Bell, injured while serving in the Army, is remaking his life with the support of those who love him. Local veteran...

PJHS Band delights with concert devoted to the oldies

I am a baby boomer. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it means I am the daughter of an American...

Juab County offers community garden to residents

If you’ve had dreams of growing an outdoor garden, but have no place to have a garden, there may very well be a solution...

Breaking the Rules

Local Artist Inspires Others to Follow their Own Style Jolynn Forman, a long-time resident of Santaquin, who currently resides in Provo, is a Utah County...

USS Arizona Pearl Harbor survivor flies high for his 100th birthday

PROVO, Utah – In celebration of his 100th birthday on April 15, 2021, Mr. Ken Potts, one of only two living survivors that were aboard...

Juab County honors volunteers through Big Hearts and Helping Hands program

The previous year was a year of change for many. We discovered that our residents started looking for ways to serve; checking in on...

Merit Academy fundraiser aims to provide desperately needed resources for students in Kenya

It is Merit Academy’s 10th anniversary helping our sister schools in Kenya, Africa.  In 2011, Merit teamed up with Kenya Keys, a nonprofit organization committed...

Chairbound Sportsman Experiences More than a Buffalo Hunt

Chairbound Sportsman events are always about more than the hunt or fishing trip for a physically handicapped civilian or retired military individual.  They are always...

Program Keeps Food from Wasting in Landfills, Helps People in Need

Have you ever wondered what happens to all the food in the grocery store that hits its “sell by” or “best by” dates before...

Is it a Restaurant, or a Bank?

My 4-year-old isn’t the only one who gets excited when he sees an excavator and construction equipment breaking ground on a new business. And it’s not just because we get to see the big machinery in action, although that...

Honoring Local Women Veterans

What do you think of when you hear the word Veteran? For most people, they see the elderly gentleman with a baseball cap that reads WWII Veteran.  But there are more than 6,000 women veterans in Utah. In the last...

Heroes Who Perform the Most Thankless Job in the World

No one decides to become a mother so she can get recognition. The truth is, motherhood generally doesn’t come with accolades, awards or bonuses for good performance. You don’t collect a paycheck for it and you never get time...

A Mother’s Love and Sacrifice

When I was young, my family was not well off financially. In addition to not having much money, very little of our money was budgeted toward meeting the needs of our family. It was left to my mom to assure...

Mortal Kombat will bring back childhood nostalgia, even if it’s not kid friendly

When I was younger, I played a lot of video games on a PC and the original PlayStation console. One of the games that I grew fond of was Mortal Kombat. I remember playing with my brothers and trying...