• Mapleton Police Department warns of aggressive solicitors

    The Mapleton Police Department wishes to make residents aware of reports concerning aggressive door-to-door salesmen. We are concerned about this type of activity and want to take every measure to keep our residents safe. Today, Friday April 29th, our department received five calls from residents regarding solicitors in the south part of town. Our officers responded and were able to […]

    Mapleton Police Department warns of aggressive solicitors
  • MMHS Wedling Fix It Saturday is May 7

    by Jared Massic. The Maple Mountain High School SkillsUSA club needs your help to send its Welding Fabrication Team and its Chapter Display Team back to Louisville, KY for the National Competition! On April 1st, we took first place at the State level and were invited to compete with the top competitors in the country. To help with this cost, […]

    MMHS Wedling Fix It Saturday is May 7
  • MMHS Dance Co Concert is Friday, April 29th

    The Maple Mountain Fine Arts department proudly presents this year’s Dance Company Concert “Legacy” on Friday, April 29, at 7:00 pm in the Maple Mountain High School auditorium.Admission is $6 per person, $20 per family.

    MMHS Dance Co Concert is Friday, April 29th
  • MMHS Skills USA

    by Jared Massic. Maple Mountain’s SkillUSA competitors had a big night at the state competition April 1. The medalists are: Haydon Cooper took 3rd in welding sculpture. Soren Peterson took 3rd in photography. Mahal Kauwe took 3rd in first aid/CPR. Rachel Brown took 2nd in first aid/CPR. Chase Farrer, Brian Mckell, & Austin Wagstaff won 1st place in their chapter […]

    MMHS Skills USA
  • MMHS Science Olympiad team takes first place at State

    by Kyle Miller. The Maple Mountain Science Olympiad team placed first overall in State competition, for the second year in a row. The kids worked super hard (most of them were new to this), so this is quite the accomplishment! Science Olympiad is a catch-all competition that includes events in science, math, technology, engineering, and even music and technical writing […]

    MMHS Science Olympiad team takes first place at State
  • Long-time Mapleton resident Dick Bills passes away

    Richard “Dick” Bills, 86, of Mapleton, Utah passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, from complications of back surgery, Tuesday, April 5, 2016. He was born September 22, 1929 in Mapleton, Utah, to Douglas Waldo and Lenore Johnson Bills. He married Erma Lee Beck (deceased) in Spanish Fork, December 31, 1953. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Manti Temple June […]

    Long-time Mapleton resident Dick Bills passes away
  • Alexa Knudson crowned Miss Springville-Mapleton 2016

    by Sara Harward. At the conclusion of the annual Miss Springville/Mapleton pageant on April 2, 2016, Alexa Knudson was crowned Miss Springville/Mapleton 2016. Caroline Hickey was named first attendant, and Ciara Snapp was named second attendant. This year also marked the first annual Miss Hobble Creek pageant, and KTE Keetch was crowned Miss Hobble Creek 2016. [Miss Springville-Mapleton, Alexa Knudson; Miss […]

    Alexa Knudson crowned Miss Springville-Mapleton 2016
  • Mapleton Ready seminar: Communication

    Mapleton Ready will hold its monthly seminar on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at the LDS stake center found at 970 N 400 E. The topic will be communications. Our ability to communicate is critical to our sense of well being, whether it’s a friendly hello or a desperate cry for help. However, recent disasters have shown us, once again,  it can take days, weeks […]

    Mapleton Ready seminar: Communication
  • Mapleton welcomes new ambulance

    Mapleton has a brand spankin’ new ambulance vehicle. To celebrate, the Mapleton ambulance crew, city officials, and community members officially welcomed it to its new home on March 16, 2016. “In the old days, when they got a new apparatus, they’d clean it up, unhook it from the horse, and push it into its new home,” said Josh Diamond, Mapleton’s […]

    Mapleton welcomes new ambulance
  • Neighbor children to hold fundraiser for Suyak family

    Many Mapleton citizens have asked how they might help the Suyak family, who recently lost their home to a house fire. Various efforts are underway. Here is one: Today starting at 3:30, the children who live in the Suyak’s neighborhood are doing a lemonade stand. All proceeds and donations will go directly to the Suyak family. Stop by 1486 North […]

    Neighbor children to hold fundraiser for Suyak family

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Mapleton Police Department warns of aggressive solicitors

Mapleton Police Department warns of aggressive solicitors

The Mapleton Police Department wishes to make residents aware of reports concerning aggressive door-to-door salesmen. We are concerned about this type of activity and want to take every measure to keep our residents safe. Today, Friday April 29th, our department received five calls from residents regarding solicitors in the south part of town. Our officers responded and were able to […]

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MMHS Wedling Fix It Saturday is May 7

MMHS Wedling Fix It Saturday is May 7

by Jared Massic. The Maple Mountain High School SkillsUSA club needs your help to send its Welding Fabrication Team and its Chapter Display Team back to Louisville, KY for the National Competition! On April 1st, we took first place at the State level and were invited to compete with the top competitors in the country. To help with this cost, […]

Read more ›
MMHS Dance Co Concert is Friday, April 29th

MMHS Dance Co Concert is Friday, April 29th

The Maple Mountain Fine Arts department proudly presents this year’s Dance Company Concert “Legacy” on Friday, April 29, at 7:00 pm in the Maple Mountain High School auditorium.Admission is $6 per person, $20 per family.

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MMHS Skills USA

MMHS Skills USA

by Jared Massic. Maple Mountain’s SkillUSA competitors had a big night at the state competition April 1. The medalists are: Haydon Cooper took 3rd in welding sculpture. Soren Peterson took 3rd in photography. Mahal Kauwe took 3rd in first aid/CPR. Rachel Brown took 2nd in first aid/CPR. Chase Farrer, Brian Mckell, & Austin Wagstaff won 1st place in their chapter […]

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MMHS Science Olympiad team takes first place at State

MMHS Science Olympiad team takes first place at State

by Kyle Miller. The Maple Mountain Science Olympiad team placed first overall in State competition, for the second year in a row. The kids worked super hard (most of them were new to this), so this is quite the accomplishment! Science Olympiad is a catch-all competition that includes events in science, math, technology, engineering, and even music and technical writing […]

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Long-time Mapleton resident Dick Bills passes away

Long-time Mapleton resident Dick Bills passes away

Richard “Dick” Bills, 86, of Mapleton, Utah passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, from complications of back surgery, Tuesday, April 5, 2016. He was born September 22, 1929 in Mapleton, Utah, to Douglas Waldo and Lenore Johnson Bills. He married Erma Lee Beck (deceased) in Spanish Fork, December 31, 1953. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Manti Temple June […]

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Alexa Knudson crowned Miss Springville-Mapleton 2016

Alexa Knudson crowned Miss Springville-Mapleton 2016

by Sara Harward. At the conclusion of the annual Miss Springville/Mapleton pageant on April 2, 2016, Alexa Knudson was crowned Miss Springville/Mapleton 2016. Caroline Hickey was named first attendant, and Ciara Snapp was named second attendant. This year also marked the first annual Miss Hobble Creek pageant, and KTE Keetch was crowned Miss Hobble Creek 2016. [Miss Springville-Mapleton, Alexa Knudson; Miss […]

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Mapleton Ready seminar: Communication

Mapleton Ready seminar: Communication

Mapleton Ready will hold its monthly seminar on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at the LDS stake center found at 970 N 400 E. The topic will be communications. Our ability to communicate is critical to our sense of well being, whether it’s a friendly hello or a desperate cry for help. However, recent disasters have shown us, once again,  it can take days, weeks […]

Read more ›
Mapleton welcomes new ambulance

Mapleton welcomes new ambulance

Mapleton has a brand spankin’ new ambulance vehicle. To celebrate, the Mapleton ambulance crew, city officials, and community members officially welcomed it to its new home on March 16, 2016. “In the old days, when they got a new apparatus, they’d clean it up, unhook it from the horse, and push it into its new home,” said Josh Diamond, Mapleton’s […]

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Neighbor children to hold fundraiser for Suyak family

Neighbor children to hold fundraiser for Suyak family

Many Mapleton citizens have asked how they might help the Suyak family, who recently lost their home to a house fire. Various efforts are underway. Here is one: Today starting at 3:30, the children who live in the Suyak’s neighborhood are doing a lemonade stand. All proceeds and donations will go directly to the Suyak family. Stop by 1486 North […]

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Mapleton house fire update

Mapleton house fire update

by John Jackson, Mapleton City Police Chief. [photo courtesy Mapleton Police Department]. At approximately 10:30 AM on Wednesday, March 9th, 2016, a citizen called 911 to report that there was smoke coming from a home in the area of 1300 N 200 W in Mapleton. The Mapleton Public Safety Departments were dispatched and arrived within minutes. Mapleton Police Officers that […]

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Fire engulfs home in northwest Mapleton

Fire engulfs home in northwest Mapleton

[photo: Kjirstin Youngberg]. A two-alarm fire engulfed a home in northwest Mapleton mid-morning on Wednesday, March 9, 2016. The home, located at 1361 N. 200 West, is believed to be a total loss. However, no injuries were reported. Firefighters from Mapleton, Springville, Spanish Fork, Salem, and Provo responded to the blaze. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time. […]

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Conserving water

Conserving water

It’s hard to believe, but spring is just around the corner! It is time to start planning for the outdoor watering season and thinking about what you need to do to maintain or upgrade your sprinkling system. If sprinklers are not maintained and kept in good working condition they can waste water, as well as have detrimental effects on your […]

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Makayla Cazier, MMHS Prep of the Week

Makayla Cazier, MMHS Prep of the Week

Sophomore Makayla Cazier is our Maple Moutain High School Prep of the Week for her outstanding performance at the UHSAA State Swim meet this past week. Makayla was named as the UHSAA swimmer of the year in 4A after taking home two individual gold medals in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle competitions at the state swim meet while setting a […]

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Prune like a Pro: Mapleton Ready Seminar is Thursday Feb 25

Prune like a Pro: Mapleton Ready Seminar is Thursday Feb 25

by Derek Haynie. Mapleton Ready will hold its monthly preparedness seminar on Thursday, Feb 25, 2016, at 7:00pm, at the LDS Stake Center located at 970 N 400 E. The topic will be pruning, and the presenter will be Adrian Hinton. Pruning helps trees produce higher-quality larger fruit that is also easier to harvest. Unpruned trees develop heavy upper foliage that […]

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Mapleton EMS Department in need of EMTs and ambulance drivers

Mapleton EMS Department in need of EMTs and ambulance drivers

The Mapleton EMS Department is in critical need of EMTs and ambulance drivers. If you have the desire to serve your family, friends, and neighbors by responding to and caring for their medical emergencies, then becoming an EMT is for you. We are currently in need of individuals who are available during daytime hours, but are hiring for all availability. […]

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Local girls’ basketball: Rivals on the court, friends off the court

Local girls’ basketball: Rivals on the court, friends off the court

[photo: Dave Boyack]. The Maple Mountain, Springville, and Spanish Fork girls’ basketball teams may be fierce rivals on the court. But off the court, they are friends. And evidence of that friendship was shown recently, when the Springville and Spanish Fork girls gathered to show support for injured Maple Mountain player Liz Eaton. Maple Mountain Coach Cory Green expressed his […]

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Eileen Quintana, Nebo Native American Program Manager, Receives Prestigious Award

Eileen Quintana, Nebo Native American Program Manager, Receives Prestigious Award

by Lana Hiskey. Eileen Quintana, the program manager of the Nebo Title VII Education Program in Nebo School District, was selected as one of Utah’s American Graduate Champions by Utah Education Network (UEN). Connecting education to culture can be key in helping Native American students succeed. Through homework labs and summer camps for students in Nebo School district, Eileen Quintana brings […]

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Things to look for in the Provo City Center temple

Things to look for in the Provo City Center temple

[courtesy LDS.org]. Are you planning to tour the Provo City Center temple? The following video gives a nice overview of interesting things to watch for, with an emphasis on how details of the temple has been designed to reflect the historic nature of the old Provo Tabernacle.

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Maple Mountain girls prevail over Springville, 49-39

Maple Mountain girls prevail over Springville, 49-39

[photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports]. The Maple Mountain High School girls’ Varsity basketball team prevailed over Springville, 49-39, in play at Maple Mountain on January 22, 2015. The Lady Golden Eagles are currently #1 in the Daily Herald girls’ basketball rankings, with four wins and one loss.

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