MONROE — The South Sevier High School baseball team wrapped up its regular season Saturday with a 6-3 win over South Summit.
SALINA — The North Sevier High School baseball team picked up a pair of wins against Gunnison April 26 and 27.
Richfield High School hosted its own Nyle Norris Invitational Saturday, as a total of 21 teams competed.
The Richfield High School soccer team earned a win over Juab last week, but then lost to Canyon View in the final week of Region 12 soccer.
A meeting for people who were exposed to radiation as a result of nuclear weapons testing in Nevada is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 17, at the Richfield Public Library, 83 East Center Street in Richfield.
MONROE — The best water in the state might cost a bit more in the near future.
If commencement exercises hosted Friday and Saturday are any indication, Snow College continues to thrive after 128 years.
A new monument at Fremont Indian State Park is scheduled to be dedicated at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 23. The marker pays tribute to explorer Jedediah Smith, who is believed to have traversed Clear Creek Canyon in the fall of 1826.
Bridger Penney is a Richfield resident with multiple disabilities. By taking a few seconds, people can support him with an online vote that might result in him winning an adaptive bicycle, which would have significant therapeutic benefits.http://tinyurl.com/voteforbridger
Each year the Christmas Closet is stocked with thousands of items including blankets, coats and toys. This year the volunteer effort produced more than 320 quilts. The effort is undertaken to help local families that may be struggling financially during the Christmas season. For more information about it, see next week's edition of The Richfield Reaper.
The first varsity games were played on Richfield High School's gym Nov. 24. The double-header included a girls game against Emery and a boys game against Kanab. The boys beat Kanab 61-32. The girls defeated Emery 62-34. For more about the games, check next week's edition of The Richfield Reaper.
A display of produce exemplifies the fresh fruit and vegetables available at the Farmers Market in Joseph Sept. 26. Organizers of the weekly commerce exchange are gearing up for the second annual harvest festival, which is set to take place Saturday, Oct. 17.