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Prioritizing Mental and Physical Health in South Utah County

By Mike Mendenhall - Spanish Fork City Utah and Utah County lead the nation in a host of great statistics, ranging from economic development, opportunity, and quality of life. We’re near the top in other sectors that are no so great, and that we need...

The Skyline X Youth Shotgun Shooting Team hosts kick-off

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By Jenny McGowan SPANISH FORK, UT – The Skyline X Youth Shotgun Shooting Team held its third annual Kick-Off shoot on January 4 at the Spanish Fork Gun Club. Skyline X currently has 30 team members ranging from fifth grade to collegiate. The night began with each...

Jax charms audience at Spanish Fork Jr. High Orchestra fundraiser

National recording artist and American Idol 2nd runner-up Jax brought smiles and laughter to the audience at Spanish Fork High School Thursday, January 11, at the Celebrate the Arts concert. The concert, presented by Prime Mortgage Lending, also featured local American Idol alum Katie...

National recording artist headlines Celebrate the Arts fundraising concert

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SPANISH FORK -- On Thursday, January 11, Spanish Fork High School will host American Idol alumnus Jax at the Celebrate the Arts concert presented by Prime Mortgage Lending. Also featured are local artist Katie Higley and the Spanish Fork Junior High Advanced Orchestra with...

The Dugout Business of the Month

Congratulations to The Dugout, December Business of the Month Winner!The Dugout is one of the chamber's many Platinum members. The Dugout is a family owned business. The Barney Family has taken the idea of a gas station to a whole new level. Not only...

Church donates new chairs to the Angelus Theater

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Those folks that watched the last two performances of “A Christmas Carol” found new chairs in the Angelus Theater. Comfortable, well-padded chairs to sit on. One hundred new chairs to be specific, donated by the Utah Valley Church. For the past year, the church...

Tyson Gunter: Blind Athlete

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Imagine running as fast as you can down the track toward the high jump with vision that is like looking through binoculars backwards and clearing 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 meters). That is exactly what Tyson Gunter did at the World Championship Paralympics in...

A Brockbank Christmas Carol

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By Lauren Bush Brockbank Elementary brought the Christmas spirit to the December School Board Meeting with a delightful presentation of “A Brockbank Christmas Carol.” Principal Larraine Nelson first addressed the board and thanked them for their support of the students at Brockbank. She spoke about the...

Utah County Wildland Fire Crews leave for Southern California

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Spanish Fork – Answering the call for help for the fourth time in 2017, Utah County wildland fire crews left Spanish Fork December 6 to help fight the devastating wildfires burning out of control in Southern California. The six-person crew along with one of the...

Festival of Lights celebrates 25 years

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By Elaine Hanson This year’s display reaches the milestone of going 25 years strong. The Festival of Lights Spanish Fork tradition has long been valued as one of those “family experiences” that you repeat and repeat and repeat. Consistent and growing attendance has proven that,...