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Salmon Supper survives test of time

PAYSON – The 63rd annual Payson Salmon Supper is set for 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, at Payson City Memorial Park, 300 S. Main. Fire pits are started at noon, so coals get “good and hot,” Janeen Dean told Serve Daily. Dean...

SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre Announces 32nd Summer Season Under The Stars

The SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre turns 32 years old this year and will celebrate with a 2016 summer season under the stars packed with concerts, musicals and outdoor movies.  Most performances will begin at 8 p.m. Festivities will begin Memorial Day, May 30 with an...

Volkswagen car show planned in Spanish Fork

Wolfsburg on Main, Spanish Fork City’s first-ever Volkswagen car show, will be held Saturday, May 13, at the Spanish Fork City Park, 49 S. Main. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Many models of the iconic brand will be on display,...

Springville fire closes Main Street

Fire Little Brown
By Kjirstin Youngberg Kids who stayed home for the long weekend had plenty to see in Springville, as the Brown House of Fine Arts Gallery, Studio at 274 S. Main Street in Springville caught fire just before noon, Thursday, for what turned into a fire involving several businesses, as all shared...

Springville mayor recognizes outstanding students

Springville students Anna Caldwell and Aaron Clay recently received the Springville Mayor's Recognition Award. They are pictured above with Springville Mayor Wilford W. Clyde.
Two outstanding students were awarded the Springville Mayor's Recognition Award in February. Cherry Creek Elementary School student Anna Caldwell was nominated by her sixth-grade teacher Sarah Sumsion. Sumsion has been impressed by Anna’s constant display of service and leadership. Anna has served as her...

Spanish Fork excess snow removal

Due to the large amounts of snowfall, many business parking lots may full of snow and losing valuable parking spaces. The City has opened up an area behind the fairgrounds, for any business that would like to move some of the snow which is blocking...

Springville firefighters to provide annual breakfast event

Springville Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast
Every moment of every day, Springville’s 68 firefighters stand ready to protect their community. During Art City Days, they’ll also be feeding them. The annual Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast is set for 7 to 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 8, and from 6 to 10 a.m....

Springville Junior Rifle Club teaches safe shooting

By Allison Davis Donna Warnock has been working as director of the Springville Junior Rifle Club for many years now. She’s a great shot and a great mentor to all. Many of the juniors have learned everything they know from her, and she spends a...

Jaker’s Jack-O-Lanterns

Jaker's
In 1945, Lenard Harward began farming in Springville, Utah. Today, his son Jud Harward, and two grandsons, Lenny and Jake, have grown the family farm into a large diversified agri-business that covers many divisions. One of those divisions is Jaker’s Jack-O-Lanterns in Springville. My husband and I...

Tatton Baird Hatters, art studio plan magazine release party

If you haven’t had a chance to meet Chandler Scott or Jeff Decker, mark your calendar for the Men’s File Magazine release party on July 16. Featured in the June 24 issue of the international go-to publication for art, style, fast cars and everything...