• Aurora Tolman is Utah Valley Student of the Week

    by Nebo School District. Aurora Tolman is a sixth-grade student at Mapleton Elementary in Mapleton. She has been chosen by the Nebo School District as the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Student of the Week. Aurora loves math and is in the advanced learning math program. She is also in a Modern Woodman youth service club, where she does service every […]

    Aurora Tolman is Utah Valley Student of the Week
  • Mapleton police now carrying Naloxone

    In November it was decided that all Mapleton officers would carry Naloxone (narcan) while on duty. Naloxone is an opioid blocker that reverses the effect of an opioid related overdose. It is administered nasally and has proven to save lives. In an overdose situation, every second is priceless and Mapleton officers usually arrive at the scene of a medical call […]

    Mapleton police now carrying Naloxone
  • Nebo Captain’s Academy

    by Lana Hiskey. Nebo School District held its Captain’s Academy on leadership and sportsmanship. Captains’ Academy is held three times each year and includes  captains from junior high and high school. Winter Captain Academy includes  boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, wrestling, boys’ swimming, girls’ swimming, drill team, debate, and band. Nebo School District’s School Services Coordinator, Troy Bohling, said, “The Captain’s Academy […]

    Nebo Captain’s Academy
  • Mapleton Ready: Survival Psychology

    by Derek Haynie. Mapleton Ready’s January preparedness seminar will be on Survival Psychology. The seminar will be held on Thursday, January 19, 2017, 7pm, at the LDS Mapleton Stake Center (970 N 400 E). Surival Psychology may well be the most important topic we’ve covered. We believe living ready is far and away more about what you know and share […]

    Mapleton Ready: Survival Psychology
  • Mapleton Police: Information for a snowy morning

    Editor’s note: The Mapleton Police Department has put out the following information in response to heavy snowfall last night. Here are a couple of things that we’d like to let residents know on this VERY snowy morning: 1- Our city plows are out and working to get the roads clear as soon as possible. 2- It is critical that drivers slow […]

    Mapleton Police: Information for a snowy morning
  • Carols and Confections is Weds, Dec 7

      The Maple Mountain High School Fine Arts department will present Carols and Confections on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 7pm, in the MMHS auditorium. Join the choirs of Maple Mountain High for this festive annual Christmas celebration! Tickets are $10, general admission; children 5+ permitted.

    Carols and Confections is Weds, Dec 7
  • Maple Mountain wins prestigious award

    by Lana Hiskey. The Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA) announced that Maple Mountain High (MMHS) was awarded the Director’s Cup for 4A schools in the state of Utah for the 2016-2017 school year. The Director’s Cup is based on three components: how the school finishes in state competitions; the combined GPA for each program that competes at state competitions; […]

    Maple Mountain wins prestigious award
  • Mapleton Chorale concert is December 4

    The Mapleton Chorale will hold its annual Christmas concert in Mapleton on Sunday, December 4th, 7:30 pm, at the Harvest Park Church.

    Mapleton Chorale concert is December 4
  • Maple Mountain students show support for Mountain View

    Maple Mountain students showed their love and support for Mountain View High School students by dressing up in their best dress and making a poster.

    Maple Mountain students show support for Mountain View
  • Maple Ridge Elementary student promotes kindness

    Emily, a fifth grader at Maple Ridge, was discouraged last week when she saw how upset and sometimes angry people were with one another after the election.  She decided she wanted to do something about this.  She decided to make some bracelets to represent kindness and friendship, and handed them out to other students and faculty around the school. Thanks […]

    Maple Ridge Elementary student promotes kindness

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Aurora Tolman is Utah Valley Student of the Week

Aurora Tolman is Utah Valley Student of the Week

by Nebo School District. Aurora Tolman is a sixth-grade student at Mapleton Elementary in Mapleton. She has been chosen by the Nebo School District as the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Student of the Week. Aurora loves math and is in the advanced learning math program. She is also in a Modern Woodman youth service club, where she does service every […]

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Mapleton police now carrying Naloxone

Mapleton police now carrying Naloxone

In November it was decided that all Mapleton officers would carry Naloxone (narcan) while on duty. Naloxone is an opioid blocker that reverses the effect of an opioid related overdose. It is administered nasally and has proven to save lives. In an overdose situation, every second is priceless and Mapleton officers usually arrive at the scene of a medical call […]

Read more ›
Nebo Captain’s Academy

Nebo Captain’s Academy

by Lana Hiskey. Nebo School District held its Captain’s Academy on leadership and sportsmanship. Captains’ Academy is held three times each year and includes  captains from junior high and high school. Winter Captain Academy includes  boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, wrestling, boys’ swimming, girls’ swimming, drill team, debate, and band. Nebo School District’s School Services Coordinator, Troy Bohling, said, “The Captain’s Academy […]

Read more ›
Mapleton Ready: Survival Psychology

Mapleton Ready: Survival Psychology

by Derek Haynie. Mapleton Ready’s January preparedness seminar will be on Survival Psychology. The seminar will be held on Thursday, January 19, 2017, 7pm, at the LDS Mapleton Stake Center (970 N 400 E). Surival Psychology may well be the most important topic we’ve covered. We believe living ready is far and away more about what you know and share […]

Read more ›
Mapleton Police: Information for a snowy morning

Mapleton Police: Information for a snowy morning

Editor’s note: The Mapleton Police Department has put out the following information in response to heavy snowfall last night. Here are a couple of things that we’d like to let residents know on this VERY snowy morning: 1- Our city plows are out and working to get the roads clear as soon as possible. 2- It is critical that drivers slow […]

Read more ›
Carols and Confections is Weds, Dec 7

Carols and Confections is Weds, Dec 7

  The Maple Mountain High School Fine Arts department will present Carols and Confections on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 7pm, in the MMHS auditorium. Join the choirs of Maple Mountain High for this festive annual Christmas celebration! Tickets are $10, general admission; children 5+ permitted.

Read more ›
Maple Mountain wins prestigious award

Maple Mountain wins prestigious award

by Lana Hiskey. The Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA) announced that Maple Mountain High (MMHS) was awarded the Director’s Cup for 4A schools in the state of Utah for the 2016-2017 school year. The Director’s Cup is based on three components: how the school finishes in state competitions; the combined GPA for each program that competes at state competitions; […]

Read more ›
Mapleton Chorale concert is December 4

Mapleton Chorale concert is December 4

The Mapleton Chorale will hold its annual Christmas concert in Mapleton on Sunday, December 4th, 7:30 pm, at the Harvest Park Church.

Read more ›
Maple Mountain students show support for Mountain View

Maple Mountain students show support for Mountain View

Maple Mountain students showed their love and support for Mountain View High School students by dressing up in their best dress and making a poster.

Read more ›
Maple Ridge Elementary student promotes kindness

Maple Ridge Elementary student promotes kindness

Emily, a fifth grader at Maple Ridge, was discouraged last week when she saw how upset and sometimes angry people were with one another after the election.  She decided she wanted to do something about this.  She decided to make some bracelets to represent kindness and friendship, and handed them out to other students and faculty around the school. Thanks […]

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MMHS Football completes playoff run

MMHS Football completes playoff run

[photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports]. The Maple Mountain High School football team completed  its first-ever playoff run on November 11. Pitted against a powerhouse East High team, the Golden Eagles had a tough loss, 64-13 in the 4A semifinals at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The 2016 football season has been historic in that this is the first time Maple Mountain has […]

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Sierra Bonita students honor veterans

Sierra Bonita students honor veterans

Students at Sierra Bonita Elementary remembered and honored veterans on Veteran’s Day, Nov 11, 2016. They sang: “There are not words big enough. There is not a hug strong enough. There is not a smile wide enough. All I can offer is THANK YOU. You are my hero. You are in my thoughts. You are in my prayers. For all […]

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Sarah Mafi is MMHS Prep of the Week

Sarah Mafi is MMHS Prep of the Week

by Dave Boyack. Congratulations to Sarah Mafi on being selected as this week’s, “Prep of The Week.” Sarah’s outstanding play as a middle blocker/outside hitter has been a big factor in guiding the volleyball team to the Region 8 title. Sarah and her teammates also had an outstanding state tournament finishing with a 3-1 record and the highest team finish […]

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MMHS DECA Competes at Snow College

MMHS DECA Competes at Snow College

by Alan Marvin. Last week the Maple  Mountain High School DECA club participated in a competition at Snow College. Our students performed very well! We had 6 students in the final round, including Savannah Marker and McKenzie Connelly, who won 1st place in the Business Law and Ethics category. For winning first place, they each received a $2000 scholarship to Snow […]

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Nebo School District’s Academic All-State Winners, Fall 2016

Nebo School District’s Academic All-State Winners, Fall 2016

Congratulations to Nebo School District’s Academic All-State winners: Girls’ Tennis 4A GPA Abigail Crandall, Maple Mountain High Sarah Thompson, Spanish Fork High Boys’ Golf 4A GPA 3.99 Gavin McMullin, Payson High Parker Hannifin, Payson High Haden Loveridge, Salem Hills High Steve Barton, Salem Hills High Girls’ Cross Country 4A GPA 4.0 Abigail Jackman, Maple Mountain High Allison Ells, Maple Mountain […]

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One nation, under God

One nation, under God

by Chris Hash. We have  now come to the end of one of the most polarizing, bitter, mean-spirited election cycles in memory. Some are elated; some are devastated. Some find their hopes renewed; others find their hopes dashed. Some are relieved; others are fearful. All of us watch now to see what will happen next. America elected a new president last […]

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Mapleton Elementary Road to Success winners

Mapleton Elementary Road to Success winners

Congratulations to Mapleton Elementary’s Road to Success winners for October.  These students were the top readers in their class and received a book of their choice.  Mapleton Elementary students have read over 450,000 minutes so far this year.  Way to go students!

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Ty Detmer to speak in Mapleton on Thursday, Nov. 10

Ty Detmer to speak in Mapleton on Thursday, Nov. 10

Ty Detmer will give a presentation to local youth on Thursday, November 10, 7:30pm at the Mapleton City Building The Mapleton Youth City Council is sponsoring this event. Youth from Mapleton, Spanish Fork, and Springville are invited to attend.

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Maple Mountain Volleyball takes 1st in region, 6th in state

Maple Mountain Volleyball takes 1st in region, 6th in state

[photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports]. The Maple Mountain girls’ volleyball team finished their season on a winning note, taking first place in region play, and sixth place in State! Congratulations!

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MMHS football defeats Box Elder 32-8

MMHS football defeats Box Elder 32-8

[photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports]. The Maple Mountain football team advanced in playoff action by defeating Box Elder 32-8 on November 4, 2016.

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