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Small businesses in south county get big business opportunities

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By Lorene Moore Two Payson and Santaquin small business owners are taking advantage of some big business training with the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses (10KSB) national program. As business owners, Lorene Moore of Nebo Comfort Systems and Nick Miller of Weedman, are all too familiar...

Cherry season winds down

McMullin cherries
PAYSON – Apples, nectarines, pears, peaches and pluots are coming on, but cherry season has run its course for the 40 or fewer orchardists in southern Utah County. McMullin Orchards was started in 1927, when Robert Wallace McMullin planted sweet cherry trees. The property has...

Project Share in need of donated space

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By David and Tanya Teams Project Share began nearly four years ago with the compassionate idea of reaching out to help our neighbors in the local South Utah county area - those unfortunate neighbors who have found themselves in dire need, who have felt they had...

Obituary: Peggy Sue Ellsworth

Peggy Sue Case
Peggy Sue Ellsworth Peggy Sue Ellsworth Case was a gentle, loving, and whimsical soul who was much more likely to love people than judge them. She was a talented graphic arts designer pursuing a degree. She was born in Payson, Utah on July 28, 1960 to...

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...

80th Birthday Celebration for Kay Harmer

On Friday July 21st we will be celebrating the 80th birthday of Ralph Kay Harmer. The family would like to invite all who know Kay to please join our celebration at Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Center 10 North 600 East, Payson, UT 84651 from...

Peteetneet Museum showcases community’s history

PAYSON — A three-story stone and brick building constructed in 1901 today houses the Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center. It is less a museum of Payson than it is collections of Payson residents’ memorabilia. In what for 85 years were sizable square classrooms with...

Veterans benefit from car show and run

The third annual car show hosted by the Mervyn Sharp Bennion Central Utah Veterans Home in Payson was held on Saturday, June 24 and was a wonderful day for all. Car shows are always popular because of the great memories of a time past that...

Summer heats up local real estate market

Low mortgage rates, high demand and the summer buying season have combined to increase house prices somewhat in southern Utah County, area Realtors say. “Sold prices really jumped up in the first quarter of 2016 and leveled off until the fourth quarter of 2016,” said...

Eagle Scout’s effort helping food pantry acquire storage shed

Zachary 'Zack' Rash, Center, donates a symbolic check to Maria Zambrano, center left, in the amount of $700 toward the construction of a new and much-needed storage shed for the Agape Food Pantry. Also pictured are family members Isabel and Melissa Flores and Nathan.
A Payson Eagle Scout has provided funds toward a much-needed storage shed for Agape Food Pantry and Thrift Store. His Eagle Scout project was a pancake breakfast fundraiser held on June 3 that raised $500. A group of anonymous donors gave an additional $200. "I...
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