There is now a blessing box outside the Springville Library courtesy of an Eagle project led by Isaiah Mix of Boy Scout Troop 124 of Clay.  The blessing box is in the courtyard area between the library and the annex near the book return box.  Give if you can; take if you need.  

May 10-16, 2020, is National Police Week. This is also a time to reminisce about our very own #828. Our Greg Surles would have turned 41 next week on May 22. 

Stopwatch Urgent Care at 110 Legacy Park Way in Springville is now offering Car Side Medicine.  

 During these chaotic, tumultuous times I’d like to share some hope with you. This is a page from my book that I wrote years ago. The title of the page was “Picture This.”

The other day, I locked my keys in my car at CVS in Moody, along with my cell phone. 

On Friday, March 27, there was a teachers’ parade starting at Springville Elementary School, which headed north on Highway 11 and proceeded through neighborhoods in several locations.  

One day about 3 years ago, from out of nowhere, my hubby and I got a telephone call from Frank Watson. When I first heard his voice, it reminded me of Walter Brennan, who played “Grandpappy Amos McCoy” on the 1957-63 TV series “The Real McCoys”. Frank soon wiggled his way right into my heart. 

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