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CLEAR CREEK CANYON – The Fremont Indian State Park and Museum hosted the third annual Fremont Fun Mudder run in Clear Creek Canyon, Saturday. The 3.1-mile course included 14 obstacles for the runners to pass through, over and under. Approximately 40 people participated in the event. 

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The Richfield City Fire Department visited with daycare students in Richfield, June 4, and shared a message of fire safety. The firefighters highlighted the importance of not playing with matches or lighters to the children and discussed what the children should do if they find a lighter, as…

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The Snow College registered nurse and license practitioner nursing programs sent a contingent of 11 students to Orlando, Florida, to attend a HOSA International Conference. 

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Arie Sitthichai Mobley Ph.D., formerly Central Valley, has published a textbook for undergraduates in Neuroscience. The book, “Neural Stem Cells and Adult Neurogenesis,” was published by Academic Press.

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REDMOND — As part of Redmond’s Pioneer Day celebration and veterans barbecue that will begin at 6 p.m., a premier bluegrass band, Cold Creek, is being featured and will provide a free concert starting at 6:30 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy Cold Creek…

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SALINA — A Salina house received a makeover in June as one of 31 homes across Utah that got a fresh coat of paint and a landscaping lift during Zions Bank’s 29th annual Paint-a-Thon service project. 

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It took six months and no one knows how many stitches, but the Richfield Humanitarian Center has reached a goal it set at the beginning of the year. 

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The Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce recognized two local business’s excellence with awards June 12. Frontier Village, owned and operated by Brett and Cher Ross, was recognized as the Business of the Month and Scott Jensen, Gary’s Shoes was named the Customer Service Super Star of the month.