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Camp Floyd Manager Mark Trotter Retires
Round Up Rodeo Queen to head up city celebration
Town looks to improve cemetery road
VFW makes presentations to American Fork city and business

Cedar Fort Hires New Treasurer
By Charlynn Anderson Cedar Fort town officials approved Ashley Cook as the new Town Treasurer at the March 17 council meeting. Cook replaces former treasurer Autumn Blackner who resigned in February. Cedar Fort Mayor David Gustin said that he and Town Councilman Richard Stark had interviewed Cook and found that her qualifications would be an excellent fit for the position. Before taking a vo
Volunteers honored in Highland
Caption: Mayor Pro Tempore Brian Braithwaite ( left) presents Highland City Arts Council Director Shauna Larson with an award for her service HIGHLAND City officials recently recognized two local volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week, April 15 to 21. At the April 17 city council meeting, Mayor Pro Tempore Brian Braithwaite presented Highland City Arts Council Director Shauna
Memorial Day programs in local communities
Programs to honor those who have served our country will be held on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 in three northern Utah County communities. American Fork will also hold a fire department breakfast and a flag retiring program. American Fork American Fork Fire & Rescue will serve up its annual Memorial Day Breakfast from 6 to 10 a.m. at the 96 North Center Street fire station. Prices are $6 for
Fiscal Impact of an Eagle Mountain Data Center
Sweetwater Industrial Park is something that is going to be talked about for a while in Eagle Mountain, and has the potential to reshape how the tech community thinks about Eagle Mountain. Sweetwater Industrial Park is the start of a massive Data Center build that is on track to come to Eagle Mountain. The name of the company that is building the Data Center is a well-kept secret. The Interloca
Little Free Libraries
Cedar Valley welcomes a new Little Free Library, the fourth free library in the area. These free libraries are in essence neighborhood book exchanges, set up for its residents convenience and free access to literature. Their slogan is "Take a book, Return a book". Stewards also believe this initiative will get people outdoors and provide an opportunity for new friendships, and stronger communit
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