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Feeling down and looking for treatment options to get you on the right path emotionally?

(The Daily Dish) Dr. Adam Anderson and Dr. Steve Baker joined Bree on the show today. They’re both Chiropractic Physicians and they’re both also certified in Acupuncture. Working with Axcess Accident Center they specialize in Auto Accident Treatment along with helping those in pain or wanting to be as healthy as possible and live an extraordinary Life.
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Payson family hides geodes for local scavenger hunt

PAYSON, Utah – A Payson family is kickstarting summer fun by hiding geodes for the community to find. Blake Hudson started rock-hounding a few years ago. While it’s fun digging up geodes in places like the Dugway Geode Bedd, he said it’s more fun hiding them for his community to find in Hollow Park.
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Stansbury Stallions dominate Payson Lions 11-1

The Stansbury High Stallions won against the Payson High Lions 11-1 on June 27th at home. After the 5th inning, the mercy rule ended the game due to the Stallions being up 10 after the inning. This brings the Stallions to a 14-17 record and the Lions to a 12-13 record.
Daily Herald

Spanish Fork City Council set to lower the certified tax rate

The Spanish Fork City Council proposed lowering the 2023 certified tax rate during the city’s regular meeting June 21. Before the tax rate is finalized, the council will hold a truth-in-taxation public hearing allowing residents to address the proposed rate. The public hearing will occur sometime in August. Finance...

Phyllis Holley Black

Our dear wife, mother, grandmother, and sister, Phyllis Holley Black, returned to her heavenly home on June 27, 2022, surrounded by her loved ones. She was born to Mildred Spafford and John Perry Holley on December 5, 1941, in Payson, Utah. Phyllis was raised in Springville, Utah by her mother, Mildred, and father, Ashley Graham. She graduated from Springville High School with the Class of 1960 then furthered her education at Dixie State College in St. George, Utah. One of her favorite memories was participating as a cheerleader there.
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Here are 3 amazing all-abilities parks in Utah to put on your bucket list

Lori Thompson is a fun mom to eight sons, and she puts together a summer guide on her website featuring adventures, activities and fun locations throughout the state of Utah. She joined us to talk about three amazing all-abilities parks in Utah you'll want to put on your summer bucket list!

Mayors of Utah Valley: Focused on mental health of Spanish Fork residents

Recently, I was sent an article, written by a politician, patting themselves on the back for the work they are doing in the mental health arena for their constituents. Weeks later, the politician was asked why the funding for the department that deals with mental health awareness was drastically cut over the last year. There wasn’t a good answer given as to why, because there is no good answer.

Saratoga Springs considers ballot measure for recreational complex

Saratoga Springs residents will be able to have their say regarding the possibility of a new indoor/outdoor recreational complex coming to town. After completing a feasibility study and concept plan for a recreation center in February, the City of Saratoga Springs is now considering a potential ballot measure for an indoor/outdoor recreational complex and has asked residents to submit their input through a third-party survey.
Idaho State Journal

Getting over a dent to the head

It was an anniversary that my brother Tim would just as soon forget. On June 18, one year ago, he was zooming down a busy road in Eagle Mountain, Utah on his bicycle doing about 35 mph when he hit a rock and flew off his bike and crashed head first. A passing motorist, who saw the accident, stopped to help and called 911. He spent days in the hospital and had several head surgeries. The dent in his bald head and recurring headaches won’t let him forget the accident that to this day he has no memory of how it happened.

Santaquin Pharmacy robbed, suspect demanded oxycodone

SANTAQUIN, Utah (ABC4) – The Santaquin Pharmacy and Diabetes Center was allegedly robbed on Tuesday. According to a social media post from the business, at 11 a.m., a middle-aged Caucasian male came into the pharmacy and demanded all of their oxycodone, a potent opioid and painkiller. The post states that due to the way the […]