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Walk for the Life of a Fallen Soldier

Walk for the life of a Fallen Soldier May 17, 2017. Photo by Ed Helmick
The legacy of our flag and the defenders of that flag need to be remembered from generation to generation, and that is what this event was about. The heritage of our flag and the soldiers, sailors, and airmen that have served our nation was...

Scared Safe at Spanish Fork High School

Mock Accident at Spanish Fork High School to teach students the dangers of drinking and driving.
The reality and consequences of a fatal automobile accident were brought to the students of Spanish Fork High School on May 17. A very realistic mock accident scene was staged on the school grounds which simulated the death of two, critical injury to two...

Statue “Circle of Friends” to be blessed at local artist Gary Lee Price’s studio

Circle of Friends by Gary Lee Price
By Isaiah Price Gary Lee Price’s limited edition, bronze statue “Circle of Friends” has been accepted into the National Sculpture Society’s “A Blessing of Animals” show in NYC this summer. Before shipping out, a native American blessing will be performed on the statue at Gary’s...

Mapleton firefighters host pancake breakfast

Mapleton Firefighter Breakfast Fundraiser / Photo provided by MapletonNews.com
MAPLETON – The Mapleton Fire Department anticipates about 1,000 people will attend the annual Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast at the four-bay Mapleton Fire Station, 305 N. Main. They’ll be coming “from all over,” Mapleton Volunteer Fire Chief Neil Burt told Serve Daily. The event takes place between...

Birthday: Stanley Fred Pierce Turns 100

Stanley Fred Pierce
Spanish Fork resident Stanley Fred Pierce, who prefers to be called Fred, is celebrated his 100th birthday May 14. He was born on May 14, 1917 to Stanley Griffith and Elizabeth Archibald Boyack Pierce in Spanish Fork, Utah. Fred was the second child in...

Trees add ambiance to Spanish Fork’s Main Street

Over time, but long before this town’s roads and sidewalks were covered with asphalt and concrete, Spanish Fork leaders planted the first of what eventually numbered 77 London planetrees. Today, 67 of the trees with their mottled trunks and soaring branches continue to thrive, the oldest...

Nebo Special Education Super Star Track Meet

It was a bright sunny day on May 4th when Maple Mountain High School hosted the 8th annual Super Star Track Meet for Special Education Students in the Nebo School District. School buses brought in 270 special young people and their instructors. The athletic...

Serve Daily celebrates 5 years in publication

Springville resident Chris Baird has always felt strongly about providing service to his friends, family, neighbors - even strangers. He lives by the motto, “Pay it Forward,” meaning if people receive the kindness of others, they should seek to continue that kindness by doing...

Pepe’s Grill: Taco perfection

The nachos at Pepe's Grill in Spanish Fork are gargantuan and delicious.
Pepe’s has a cult following. During the past six years they have been a popular food stand at Fiesta Days in Spanish Fork. Pepe kept having people ask where their location was and after a while he decided that he needed to find one....

Improv comedy group offers hilarious entertainment

Members of the Unstable Improv Troupe are, from left: Alex Vaughn, Alyssa Tanner, Jake Chorister, Nick Savage, Scott Savage, Natalie Savage and Jarom Loch. Photo by Ed Helmick.
Improv comedy is a form of live theater in which all or part is unplanned and a spontaneous response of the actors and actresses, usually referred to as the players. In this form of entertainment, a short scene or a question provoking a response...
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