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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...

Mark Shipley completes mural depicting Payson’s past

Photo Shop Mural
Mark Shipley completes mural depicting Payson’s past Payson’s agricultural history is now reflected in a giant mural on the south wall of the Photo Shop at 99 E. Main. Measuring 18 by 60 feet, the mural is the second-largest ever painted by artist Mark Shipley. It is derived...

Barnett Elementary student leaders honored

Photo of Kevin Johnson, Mountain View Hospital CEO Photo by Ed Helmick
How kids are growing up today and what kind of leadership will they bring to our community as adults are questions we often ponder and even worry about sometimes. Last September, Barnett Elementary School in Payson implemented the Leader in Me Program, and it has...

Payson sets up summer watering schedule

Payson Mayor Rick Moore
By Payson Mayor Rick Moore Our water year is looking great so far. We just energized our pressurized irrigation this week. The city council has implemented the following watering schedule for 2017: - Residents shall water with the pressurized srrigation system three times per week as...

Local photographer receives master’s degree

Steve Parsons, who does photography for Serve Daily and owns the Photo Shop in Payson, has been awarded or granted a master of fine arts degree in photography from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Calif. We are pleased to be associated...

Fundraiser planned for boys fighting cancer

By Coby Bradley We want to invite the community out for a fun day with a cause. Cancer is one of the most horrific diseases that face our time, and it has touched nearly all of us in one way or another. We are inviting everyone...

New summer camp will empower local youth

Renegade Youth Club leaders are shown after a day of orientation at the Peteetneet Amphitheater.
By Sarah Clem My daughter and her friends were driving around town in a panic. “Where would you go if you were her?” one of them asked. “I feel like we should check behind those buildings,” replied one of the girls, pointing out the window. Kelly...

Empty nesters needed to befriend local families working to overcome poverty

By Addy Klein, Circles Utah Valley Circles Utah Valley is currently looking for Ally volunteers in the Nebo area to help local families overcome poverty by meeting at least twice a month during one year to clarify goals, provide accountability and create a meaningful friendship. Volunteers see...

Strength team to appear in Payson, Mapleton

Men who can bench press in excess of 400 pounds will show their strength on May 5 in Payson and Mapleton schools and on May 6 at the Payson City Center. The Lifted in Faith strength team of Louisiana, led by Brad Hornback, will also...

American Legion recruiting new members

The American Legion has been a patriotic community service organization of veterans since it was founded in 1919. There are local units in Springville, Spanish Fork and Payson. American Legion members are most visible as Honor Guards at funeral services where they fold the flag...
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