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New church in Payson opens doors with open house

A beautiful new church in Payson adds to the religious diversity of Utah County.  The Saints Peter and Paul Eastern Orthodox Church is a stunningly...

Communities prepare for light displays

We are fortunate to live in south Utah County where we have a couple of amazing Christmas Light displays.  They are also amazingly inexpensive compared...

Life is Better when Eating a Scone!

People love the delicious scones provided by the Springville Kiwanis Club each year during Art City Days. Melted honey butter and cinnamon sugar drizzling down...

Spanish Fork’s All Abilities Park offers children of all ages a safe place to explore their capabilities

Spanish Fork City’s new all-abilities park holds the promise of greater inclusivity for local families who have children with special needs. If you’ve recently driven...

Wings and Wheels set to roar into Spanish Fork

For the past four years the Spanish Fork Airport has held an open house event titled “Aeroplanes, Trains, and Automobiles” each September. This year...

Children are going hungry and there are ways you can help

By now, most kids in Utah have gone back to school, either in-person or online. They’re wearing their masks and pulling out their textbooks or...

Your Family Could be Eligible for Pandemic EBT!

Pandemic EBT is a federal program intended to make up the cost of free or reduced school meals that families would have received while...

Nebo students recognized as Reading Rodeo champions

As one of the top rodeos in the nation, the Spanish Fork Fiesta Days Rodeo recognized 20 Spanish Fork students in Nebo School District...

Mapleton youth wins Arbor Day tree poster contest

Emma Beach, a fourth-grader at Mapleton Elementary, recently won the Sweepstakes Award for the Utah Arbor Day Tree Poster Contest.  The theme was “Trees are...

Fundraising platform helps charities reach donors, goals

By Luke Brandley A Good Cause Global, LLC is a family owned and operated business.  Three brothers got together with ambition to offer the absolute best...

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If You Are Thinking of Leaving, Choose to Stay

It was an early January morning when I was...

It Doesn’t Take Much to Make a Difference

Two teenagers who attend Salem Hills High School recently...

The Best Form of Therapy is Exercise Therapy

Ever since I started running, any time anything happened,...

Let Your Family be Hooked by Hook

“We have a few special years with our children,...
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Nebo Student Police Interns

Nebo loves to see our interns experience quality internships like this one with Santaquin Police. “Our high school internship is well underway! So far,...

Larsen Elementary student wins book review contest

Taylor Kivett, fifth-grade student, at Larsen Elementary, won the book review contest on Biblionasium and will receive a full set of books as well...

Nebo schools earn gold star for sportsmanship

Maple Mountain and Salem Hills High Schools earned the Gold Star in the Utah High School Athletic Association Sportsmanship Awards. Payson High School also...

Welcome to Sock-tember

During this unprecedented time, many families are struggling and one of the items needed are socks.  Maple Ridge’s third-grade teachers are extremely grateful to all...

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Serve Daily – September 2020

Enjoy the 100th issue of Serve Daily. This issue is full of great articles by local Utah County writers and made possible by great...

Serve Daily: August 2020

Enjoy the 99th issue of Serve Daily. This issue is full of great articles by local Utah County writers and made possible by great...

In This Issue: Serve Daily – April 2020

Remember to use be kind to change the world for the better. Learn about many people doing great things to serve their neighbors as we stand together while staying apart.

In This Issue: Serve Daily – March 2020

Remember to use your smile to change the world for the better. Learn about the Ocean in Our Backyard, read about a business owner who credits skills from sewing class to create a business. .
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22-year-old Mapleton Man, Caleb Johnson ‘CJ Sleeves’ Dies in Car Accident

On the morning of May 29, 22-year-old Caleb Johnson of Mapleton was involved in a car accident that ended fatally.  He left behind a loving...

Spanish Fork and Salem honor local business

The Spanish Fork and Salem Chamber of Commerce selected Tony’s Window Cleaning and Lawn Care as January business of the month.
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If you don’t like pumpkin pie, try pumpkin scones

Is there a better time of the year than fall, or even Thanksgiving? I can honestly say I love all things pumpkin; pie, bread,...

Kamy’s Pantry

Neighborhood Pantry Dedicated to Local Girl Helps Combat Hunger in Payson Photo by Shellie Peterson Kamy’s Neighborhood Pantry in Payson offers free food to those in need. Tucked...

Taking to the Streets

Kiwanis Club members gather to provide service to the community The Spanish Fork branch of the Kiwanis Club took to the streets of Spanish Fork...

Puppy Love

After an injury left Marquise Young unable to serve in the military, she decided to provide a service to those who had Marquise Young loved horses all her...

Easy ways to give to others this Holiday Season

With the holidays rapidly approaching, you may be wondering how to make them brighter for yourself and others.  The good news is that there are...

Rochester Rock Art Panel

Short drive takes you to a place lost in time This is a great destination for a fall one day trip, especially when the leaves...

Father deafeats poverty with the help of Circles

Circles Utah Valley, an initiative designed to help struggling individuals and families achieve financial stability, recently celebrated another successful graduate.  Through years of dedicated hard...

Officer Finds Joy in Helping Others

Officer Justin Miller has been working with the Santaquin Police Department for five months. Before that, he spent his time protecting the community of...

In light of pandemic, many parents embracing the challenges of homeschooling

COVID-19 has changed society in many ways. While the temporary shuttering of business doors and the widespread wearing of masks are some of the...

After tragedies from addiction, survivors collaborate to help others

During the past few years Serve Daily has published many articles about Ryan Stream. Many of our readers are familiar with the story of...

Accepting and Respecting the Election

Happy election day (or week, or month, or inauguration year, depending on when you’re reading this)!  By the end of today, this week, or at the very least, this month, we will have the results of the election. No matter...

Soup Seldom Makes a Meal

I’m a meat-and-potatoes kind of guy. When I think of dinner, I’m thinking of a good, hearty meal that I can stick a fork in, cut with a knife, or pick up with my bare hands.  I want something substantial,...

When Serving Others, Let Them Eat Cupcakes!

When I was a little girl my birthday was the second most exciting day of the year, second only to Christmas. My mom knew how to make a kid feel loved. Growing up on the farm we didn’t do things...

Be Grateful Even When Things are Hard

Thanksgiving is a time when families and individuals across the nation show their gratitude for the people, places and things they hold dear. This year, feeling grateful may be a little more challenging than in previous years, but it’s...

If You Are Thinking of Leaving, Choose to Stay

It was an early January morning when I was broken from my sleep with the news that a dear family friend “was gone;” he had died by suicide. I couldn’t fathom the thought.  Shock and disbelief swirled in my mind....