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Department of Oil, Gas and Mining to discuss Benjamin Quarry expansion

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The US Department of Oil, Gas, and Mining (DOGM) will hold a meeting, on November 9 to discuss their decision to grant tentative approval for expansion of the Benjamin Quarry on West Mountain. Public input is allowed at the meeting. South Utah County Community Voice,...

Benjamin student named national FFA proficiency award finalist

Jake Jones
By National FFA BENJAMIN – The National FFA Organization announced today that Jake Jones from Benjamin was selected as a national finalist for the National FFA Proficiency Award in Wildlife Production and Management - Entrepreneurship/Placement. Jones is one of only four people chosen to compete...

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...

Nebo Trike Fest releases results

By Shaun Black  On April 23, the Nebo School District collaborative welding team held an event that drew quite a crowd at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. They had a competition where students from around the state competed through blueprinting, innovating and fabricating motorized and non-motorized...

19 winners named in local piano competition

Nineteen students were chosen the winners of the Honors Playoffs Piano Competition held in March by the Utah Valley South Chapter of National Music Clubs of America. The winners played their pieces at a special recital held March 28.
By Marilyn Mitchell The Utah Valley South Chapter of National Music Clubs of America holds an annual Honors Playoffs Piano Competition. Every spring, our group of teachers from the area stretching from Springville to Santaquin adjudicates more than 500 students who play two memorized piano solos....

Eagle Scout project honors deceased father’s and grandfather’s wishes

About six years ago, when Kade Richardson’s spectacular dad died less than two years after his wonderful grandpa died, his grandmother and mother set about ordering headstones. Grandpa had wanted benches in the Benjamin cemetery so family and friends (especially the elderly) had something to...