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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Dreamcoat
By Janice Helmick We covered “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” as it neared the end of its production run.  It was put on by the Springville Youth Community Theater, and I was amazed at the great performances by even the youngest children. Karma Christensen and her...

Home and Family Expo continues in Spanish Fork

home and family expo
The Home and Family Expo which has been benefiting businesses and citizens for two decades through the efforts of the Daily Herald and Ron and Karen Payne, longtime residents of Spanish Fork. Each year the expo reaches its goal of having something for everyone. With...

Santaquin Family History Discovery Day is March 10th

discovery day
By Ginny Ackerson The Santaquin Family History Center is sponsoring a free Family Discovery Day, Saturday, March 10, from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at 45 S 500 W, Santaquin. They are offering FREE CLASSES to help you with your family history research. The presenters this...

Sunday Concert series features Rex Kocherhans

Rex Kocherhans
By Ginny Ackerson The Sunday Concert Series on February 18th, sponsored by the Springville Arts Commission, will feature baritone, Rex Kocherhans. Performances are held at the Springville Museum of Art starting at 4:30 p.m. and are free to the public. Rex Kocherhans has been a featured...

Young Filmmakers Gain Recognition

young filmmakers
Whenever I think of young filmmakers I think of the legendary stories of Steven Spielberg’s 8mm adventure films he made during his high school years. He had an early passion for writing and directing films, and he followed his passion. There is probably no...

Dr. James D’Arc to Speak on Hollywood Movies Filmed in Utah

filmed in Utah
By Dianne King Southwestern Utah has been a haven for Hollywood moviemakers from 1924 to the present. As illustrated in excerpts from feature films made in the Beehive State from 1937 to 1995, film historian Dr. James D'Arc will show how areas familiar to Utah...

Jax charms audience at Spanish Fork Jr. High Orchestra fundraiser

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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...

Chase away the winter blues with Beach Boys tunes

good vibrations
The enviable sun, surf and sand of Southern California became even more famous than they already were when The Beach Boys sprang onto the music scene in the mid-1960s and gave new meaning to the sounds of summer. Their hits became legendary as did the...

Festival of Lights celebrates 25 years

festival of lights
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,...

Provo River Christmas Boat Cruise

December is a busy month with so much to do. We find ourselves involved with school and church events, community programs, Christmas shopping and package mailing. We are counting the days until the 25th and rushing around trying to get everything done. Maybe we...