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May 2021 Issue 108

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Payson Woman Starts Business After Helping Friends During Pandemic

It was early March 2020 when Keely Ballard of Payson went shopping. On her list was flour from Costco. Having a background in the...

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...

Grant Helps Single Mom with Rent after COVID Daycare Closure

Earlier this year, Gina (alias), a college student and single mom with two kids, didn’t know what she was going to do.  She’d used all...

Scavenger Hunt, Anyone?

Payson City throws a little friendly competition into the mix in its re-branding efforts For the past few years, Payson City has been working on...

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