• Heal the digestive tract, heal the body

    by Chris Hash. “If you can heal the digestive tract, you can heal the body.” That was the message that Dr. Kyle Christensen delivered to a large group of Mapleton residents at the August Mapleton Ready preparedness meeting. “All health, and all disease, begins in the gut,” he said – the gut being the entire digestive tract, from where food […]

    Heal the digestive tract, heal the body
  • Maple Mountain football falls to Sky View, 36-50

    [photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports] The Maple Mountain Varsity Football team fell to Sky View, 36-50, at Maple Mountain on Friday, August 29. Sky View came out strong, scoring the first three touchdowns and field goals to pull ahead 16-0. In the second quarter, Jaren Hall found Jake Mafi for the touchdown, and Tanner Dayton kicked for the extra […]

    Maple Mountain football falls to Sky View, 36-50
  • Nebo Superintendent Rick Nielsen accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

    by Lana Hiskey. State Representative Mike McKell of District 66 challenged Nebo School District Superintendent Rick Nielsen to take the Ice Bucket Challenge on August 29, 2014. Representative McKell offered to give Nebo Education Foundation $500 to go towards teacher grants for the school district. Superintendent Nielsen accepted, then offered the Ice Bucket Challenge to Cody Hughes, Superintendent of Tintic […]

    Nebo Superintendent Rick Nielsen accepts Ice Bucket Challenge
  • Letter to the Editor: Dangerous traffic

    by Liz Kearl. After another frustrating morning trying to cross 1600 North and Main Street at 7:40 am, I decided it was time to act and speak up about the very dangerous situation that happens twice a day every weekday during the entire school year. As you know, the north and south traffic comes in a constant stream from 7:35-7:50 […]

    Letter to the Editor: Dangerous traffic
  • Maple Mountain falls to Woods Cross , 19 – 7

    ]photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports] Maple Mountain Varsity football fell to Woods Cross, 19-7, in action at Woods Cross on Friday, August 22, 2014.  BOXSCORES The next Varsity game will be Friday, August 28, against Sky View. Play begins at 7:00 pm at Maple Mountain.

    Maple Mountain falls to Woods Cross , 19 – 7
  • Paul S Whiting awarded US Army Meritorious Service Medal

    Lieutenant Colonel, Paul S. Whiting, a native of Mapleton, Utah has been awarded the U.S. Army Meritorious Service Medal for exceptional performance of duty as Chief, Future Operations Branch, Domestic Support Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army at the Pentagon. He is the son of Juan and Alma Whiting. Over the past 12 months of Army Deployment, LTC […]

    Paul S Whiting awarded US Army Meritorious Service Medal
  • Mapleton Ready August 2014: Probiotics

    by Derek Haynie. The Mapleton Ready class for August 2014 will be held on Thursday, August 28,  7:00 pm at the Mapleton LDS Stake Center (970 N 400 E). The topic will be Probiotics, presented by  Dr. Kyle Christensen, the author of “Herbal First Aid and Health Care: Medicine for a New Millennium.” Naturally fermented vegetables (homemade sauerkrauts, kvass, KimChi, etc.) […]

    Mapleton Ready August 2014: Probiotics
  • Nebo School District Shakespeare Academy

    by Lana Hiskey. Over 100  students from all of Nebo School District’s junior high schools recently participated in the two-day Nebo Shakespeare Academy. This fun-filled summer event featured ice-breaker games, theatre motion, voice technique, acting competitions, food, and FUN! Mapleton Junior High School was full of excitement and energy as students learned the value of good collaboration and healthy competition. […]

    Nebo School District Shakespeare Academy
  • Open house held for new LDS “Legacy” chapel in Mapleton

    Large crowds toured Mapleton’s new LDS “Legacy” chapel on Friday, August 8. The new building will serve the 2nd, 7th, and 23rd wards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Meetings will be held in the Legacy building beginning this Sunday, August 10, 2014. “We’re excited to start meeting in this beautiful new building,” said Gordon Harkness, Elders’ […]

    Open house held for new LDS “Legacy” chapel in Mapleton
  • Stormy weather

    Mapleton, like the rest of Utah, has been experiencing stormy weather. From rain to thunderstorms, the weather has been cooler and wetter. Cloudy weather and rain are forecast to continue through tomorrow, with temperatures from 55 to 80 degrees. Partly cloudy weather, with higher temperatures, is forecast through the weekend – perfect for some last-minute getaways before school starts.

    Stormy weather

Community »

Heal the digestive tract, heal the body

Heal the digestive tract, heal the body

August 31, 2014 at 3:53 pm

by Chris Hash. “If you can heal the digestive tract, you can heal the body.” That was the message that Dr. Kyle Christensen delivered to a large group of Mapleton...

Schools »

Maple Mountain football falls to Sky View, 36-50

Maple Mountain football falls to Sky View, 36-50

August 30, 2014 at 3:59 pm

[photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports] The Maple Mountain Varsity Football team fell to Sky View, 36-50, at Maple Mountain on Friday, August 29. Sky View came out strong,...

People »

Paul S Whiting awarded US Army Meritorious Service Medal

Paul S Whiting awarded US Army Meritorious Service Medal

August 19, 2014 at 4:10 am

Lieutenant Colonel, Paul S. Whiting, a native of Mapleton, Utah has been awarded the U.S. Army Meritorious Service Medal for exceptional performance of duty as Chief, Future...

  • Roger Allan Brinkerhoff obituary
    Roger Allan Brinkerhoff obituary

    On July 31, 2014, after 59 remarkable years, Roger Allan Brinkerhoff passed away surrounded by his family at the...

    August 5, 2014 at 5:01 pm
  • Ronald Lee Canto obituary
    Ronald Lee Canto obituary

    Ronald Lee Canto, 70, passed away peacefully in his home in Mapleton, Utah, on Monday, July 14, 2014, at 12:00...

    July 18, 2014 at 8:32 pm
  • Stephan Randal Paraskeva obituary
    Stephan Randal Paraskeva obituary

    Stephan Randal Paraskeva, 67, of Mapleton, Utah passed away Friday, June 11, 2014 in Mapleton. Funeral services...

    July 15, 2014 at 11:01 am

Columns »

Which comes first, the chicken or the egg?

Which comes first, the chicken or the egg?

July 21, 2014 at 11:33 am

by Steve Hash. Homeowners who are planning to upsize or downsize often wrestle with the dilemma: “Should we sell our current home first or buy our next home first?” Which...

  • Supermoon rises over Mapleton
    Supermoon rises over Mapleton

    The moon rose over Maple Mountain full, bright, and unusually big on Saturday night. It was all due to a phenomenon...

    July 13, 2014 at 4:39 am
  • Lessons from Maple Mountain
    Lessons from Maple Mountain

    by Chris Hash. When my husband and daughter started biking Maple Canyon, I thought it would be great if I could...

    July 10, 2014 at 6:40 pm
  • Planting seeds
    Planting seeds

    by Chris Hash. This year I’ve been planting a small garden from seed. It’s been awhile since I’ve...

    May 28, 2014 at 12:00 pm

Out and About »

Springville World Folkfest concludes 28th season

Springville World Folkfest concludes 28th season

August 2, 2014 at 11:31 pm

by Chris Hash. The Springville World Folkfest concluded its 28th year of international friendship and folk dancing with a final performance on Saturday, August 2, 2014. This...

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Heal the digestive tract, heal the body

Heal the digestive tract, heal the body

by Chris Hash. “If you can heal the digestive tract, you can heal the body.” That was the message that Dr. Kyle Christensen delivered to a large group of Mapleton residents at the August Mapleton Ready preparedness meeting. “All health, and all disease, begins in the gut,” he said – the gut being the entire digestive tract, from where food […]

Read more ›
Maple Mountain football falls to Sky View, 36-50

Maple Mountain football falls to Sky View, 36-50

[photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports] The Maple Mountain Varsity Football team fell to Sky View, 36-50, at Maple Mountain on Friday, August 29. Sky View came out strong, scoring the first three touchdowns and field goals to pull ahead 16-0. In the second quarter, Jaren Hall found Jake Mafi for the touchdown, and Tanner Dayton kicked for the extra […]

Read more ›
Nebo Superintendent Rick Nielsen accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

Nebo Superintendent Rick Nielsen accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

by Lana Hiskey. State Representative Mike McKell of District 66 challenged Nebo School District Superintendent Rick Nielsen to take the Ice Bucket Challenge on August 29, 2014. Representative McKell offered to give Nebo Education Foundation $500 to go towards teacher grants for the school district. Superintendent Nielsen accepted, then offered the Ice Bucket Challenge to Cody Hughes, Superintendent of Tintic […]

Read more ›
Letter to the Editor: Dangerous traffic

Letter to the Editor: Dangerous traffic

by Liz Kearl. After another frustrating morning trying to cross 1600 North and Main Street at 7:40 am, I decided it was time to act and speak up about the very dangerous situation that happens twice a day every weekday during the entire school year. As you know, the north and south traffic comes in a constant stream from 7:35-7:50 […]

Read more ›
Maple Mountain falls to Woods Cross , 19 – 7

Maple Mountain falls to Woods Cross , 19 – 7

]photo: Jeff Porcaro, Maple Mountain Sports] Maple Mountain Varsity football fell to Woods Cross, 19-7, in action at Woods Cross on Friday, August 22, 2014.  BOXSCORES The next Varsity game will be Friday, August 28, against Sky View. Play begins at 7:00 pm at Maple Mountain.

Read more ›
Paul S Whiting awarded US Army Meritorious Service Medal

Paul S Whiting awarded US Army Meritorious Service Medal

Lieutenant Colonel, Paul S. Whiting, a native of Mapleton, Utah has been awarded the U.S. Army Meritorious Service Medal for exceptional performance of duty as Chief, Future Operations Branch, Domestic Support Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army at the Pentagon. He is the son of Juan and Alma Whiting. Over the past 12 months of Army Deployment, LTC […]

Read more ›
Mapleton Ready August 2014: Probiotics

Mapleton Ready August 2014: Probiotics

by Derek Haynie. The Mapleton Ready class for August 2014 will be held on Thursday, August 28,  7:00 pm at the Mapleton LDS Stake Center (970 N 400 E). The topic will be Probiotics, presented by  Dr. Kyle Christensen, the author of “Herbal First Aid and Health Care: Medicine for a New Millennium.” Naturally fermented vegetables (homemade sauerkrauts, kvass, KimChi, etc.) […]

Read more ›
Nebo School District Shakespeare Academy

Nebo School District Shakespeare Academy

by Lana Hiskey. Over 100  students from all of Nebo School District’s junior high schools recently participated in the two-day Nebo Shakespeare Academy. This fun-filled summer event featured ice-breaker games, theatre motion, voice technique, acting competitions, food, and FUN! Mapleton Junior High School was full of excitement and energy as students learned the value of good collaboration and healthy competition. […]

Read more ›
Open house held for new LDS “Legacy” chapel in Mapleton

Open house held for new LDS “Legacy” chapel in Mapleton

Large crowds toured Mapleton’s new LDS “Legacy” chapel on Friday, August 8. The new building will serve the 2nd, 7th, and 23rd wards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Meetings will be held in the Legacy building beginning this Sunday, August 10, 2014. “We’re excited to start meeting in this beautiful new building,” said Gordon Harkness, Elders’ […]

Read more ›
Stormy weather

Stormy weather

Mapleton, like the rest of Utah, has been experiencing stormy weather. From rain to thunderstorms, the weather has been cooler and wetter. Cloudy weather and rain are forecast to continue through tomorrow, with temperatures from 55 to 80 degrees. Partly cloudy weather, with higher temperatures, is forecast through the weekend – perfect for some last-minute getaways before school starts.

Read more ›