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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints chapel in Monroe tagged with graffiti

The Monroe 1st and 4th ward chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was tagged with graffiti Wednesday night. The Stake Presidency of the Monroe Utah Stake posted on Facebook asking for members to keep a watchful eye on the church buildings. The post said they found the 1st and 4th ward building on 200 North had graffiti on it along with one of the trailers stored in the parking lot and the fence around the property.
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2021 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Fillmore City 6/29/22

We’re pleased to present to you this year’s Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of the water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water sources have been determined to be from groundwater sources. Our water sources are Water Cress Spring and Fillmore Airport Wells 2 & 3.
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Pictures of the Day: The perfect wing

Bruce Barmakian submitted this photo and note: “Soaring pilots flew the skies around Richfield, Utah, for a week in June 2022. The self-launching Swift is the perfect wing for an afternoon of fun dancing with thermals. Thank you to Chad Cook for the use of his hangar and to the folks at Richfield Municipal Airport (KRIF) for their hospitality.”

Miss Richfield Pageant Results

On June 25, the Miss Richfield pageant was held at the Sevier Valley Center. The new Miss Richfield is Millie Ice. Her first attendant is Tricia Thalman and her second attendant is Oaklyn Riddle. The Heart of Richfield award went to Tricia Thalman.

Summary of Ordinance 6 01 2022

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Saving Spots on Main Street for the 4th of July

Reminder: Cars cannot be parked along Main Street at the City Park for the week before the Fourth of July. Chairs cannot be placed on Main Street until 6:00 p.m. the night before the Fourth of July parade. They cannot be placed on Main Street before the Children’s parade.
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Six County AOG predicts Utah will see explosive growth

RICHFIELD—Utah’s population is expected to grow by two-thirds and the number of households in Utah is expected to double to 2.2 million by 2060, the Six County Association of Governments announced at the Regional Growth Summit held in Richfield on May 10. The annual meeting discusses growth issues...

Cement Powder Shortage Slows Construction

Contractors in central Utah are having a hard time getting their hands on Cement Powder after the manufacturing plant that supplies up to 75% of it in Utah was shut down for a number of weeks. Ash Grove, Utah’s primary supplier, was shut down for about three weeks while waiting for a replacement part. Ash Grove shared that during that time they depleted their stockpile and will now need to catch up to industry demands.
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Two local teams take first place in Central Utah

RICHFIELD–Two middle school-age basketball teams from the Manti area took first place in the Central Utah Basketball League championship. The CUBL is a competitive basketball tournament for fifth to eighth grade students in central Utah. The Manti Templars took first place in the fifth and eighth grade divisions. The...
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Lady Templars shutout win over Richfield leads deeper into playoffs

MANTI—Make it 14 straight for the Lady Templar. Manti softball notched their 14th straight victory last week in the game that mattered more than any so far, shutting out No. 14 Richfield, 9-0, as the No. 3 seed in the first round of the UHSAA 3A State Softball Tournament last Saturday. The win was their 20th of the season, making it the fifth time the Lady Templars have won 20 or more games in a season since 2014, and the third straight season doing so (not counting 2020).

Summer’s arrival and moons

If you weren’t paying attention, you may not have noticed that summer officially began this week on Tuesday the 21st of June. Summer usually brings hot weather. We seem to have been experiencing all kinds of weather lately. It’s been hot. And, it’s been cool. And then there has...
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Vice president tapped as interim Snow president

EPHRAIM—A long-time faculty member at Snow College who has been heading up college initiatives in technical education for the past year has been appointed interim president to serve during the search for a new permanent president. The post went to Stacee McIff, who has been vice president for technical...

Zelda Jane Prows Mathews

Zelda Jane Prows Mathews daughter of George Titus and Mable LeFevre Prows was born March 29, 1934, in Kanosh, UT. She returned to her Heavenly Home Friday, June 17, 2022; she was 88. Zelda grew up in a large family with 11 siblings where she learned many of life's important...