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Utahns who just wrapped up their Thanksgiving feasts this year can start preparing for next year\u2019s now that the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has released information about the upcoming turkey hunting season.

The turkey hunting season will kick off with a spring limited-entry hunt, which will run from April 10 to April 29.

The application period for the spring limited-entry hunt will open on Dec. 1 and close at 11 p.m. on Dec. 28, the DWR announced Wednesday in a press release. DWR will announce the results of the drawing no later than Jan. 7.

There are 2,754 permits available for the 2021 limited-entry hunt. Only 250 permits, less than 10%, are available for hunters in the DWR\u2019s central region, which includes Utah County. There are 1,550 permits available in the southern region, 400 in the northern region, 305 in the southeastern region and 249 in the northeastern region.

There were only 1,730 permits available for the 2020 limited-entry hunt, including 141 permits in the central region.

Hunters unable to get a permit can still hunt during the general turkey season, which will run from May 3 to May 31.

Additionally, the three-day youth turkey hunt will run between April 30 and May 2.

There are between 25,000 and 35,000 wild turkeys throughout Utah, according to the state wildlife agency. Two subspecies of wild turkey live in Utah: the Rio Grande and Merriam\u2019s.

Hunters must have a valid Utah hunting or combination license before applying to obtain a wild turkey permit, as stated in the DWR\u2019s Upland Game and Turkey Guidebook for the upcoming hunting season.

While there are no age restrictions for upland game or turkey hunting in Utah, all hunters must pass a DWR-approved hunter education course.

Hunters 13 years old or younger must be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or person 21 years old or older who has been approved by a parent or guardian. Hunters ages 14 and 15 must be accompanied by someone 21 years old or older.

The turkey limited-entry and general-season permits are both $35, while the youth general-season permit is $25.

To register for the limited-entry spring hunt, visit https://bit.ly/3l72Hxr or contact the nearest DWR office. The DWR central region office can be reached at (801) 491-5678.

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Goldsmith Co. Jewelers will have been open for 50 years when the store closes its doors in February.

The long-time Provo business has been at its current location on University Avenue, or the approximate location, since it opened.

Wil Feller has been with the store for 45 years, but he said it is finally time for him to retire.

\u201cIt\u2019s been a long time, but it\u2019s been a wonderful time,\" Feller said. \"We have been treated so well by this community.\u201d

Feller continued to stress just how great the people of Provo have been. He recalled times when the Provo Police Department would respond after a false alarm in the store or from people in the community.

Another memory that came to Feller's mind was when a thief had tried to steal items from the store. While trying to flee, the thief was tackled by a store employee \u2014 which Goldsmith does not teach in training \u2014 and dropped the jewelry.

Afterward, people stopped and picked up all of the jewelry. Feller said the store did not lose a single item after the attempted theft.

Feller chuckled and said, \"That\u2019s Provo.\u201d

When Feller took over the store, he had no idea that it would become so well-known in the community.

\u201cWe had no idea, and we started out as just a little repair shop and then we started selling,\" Feller said. \"Then, we went downstairs and renovated the old building.\u201d

Jewelry stores play a key role in many of the most important memories in people's lives, and Feller asserted this was one of the reasons for customers' continued support.

Feller said Goldsmith's was never good at the business side of things, advertisements and such, but they have been good at what they do.

\u201cThrough the years, we are selling to the grandchildren of our original customers,\" Feller said. \"That\u2019s why it says on the door, 'Welcome to the family,' because we\u2019re talking about generations of families coming. That\u2019s what has kept us in business; it hasn\u2019t been advertising.\u201d

Along with that family, Feller reminisced, throughout the years, former employees have sent their children and friends to work at Goldsmith. It's all a part of the business' focus on family.

Feller said he has been blessed to have great people work there, then have their children work there, as well. Former employees even drop by the shop when in town to check in and say \"hello.\"

This is an area where Feller found the most joy in his business: through the relationships he built with employees and customers over the 45 years he was at Goldsmith.

\u201cI\u2019m going to miss that; it\u2019s going to be tough,\u201d Feller said.

Now, with retirement on the horizon, Feller is looking forward to being a full-time grandfather.

He would often take his grandchildren on his trips to buy products, recalling a recent time when he brought his grandson for the weekend,\u00a0filling him with Mountain Dew.

\u201cI\u2019m going to be a full-time grandpa, and I\u2019m going to spoil the crap out of my grandkids,\" Feller said. \"I\u2019m looking forward to it.\u201d

While the long-time Provo jewelry store may be closing in February, Feller looks forward to committing more time to his family in retirement. Feller added he will be keeping a small, personal space open for customers who may need help.

\u201cIt\u2019s been a wonderful experience, you couldn\u2019t live in a better place and work in a better place than Provo,\u201d Feller said.

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To celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season, Bible in Art Tours, a national traveling Biblical art exhibition, opens this weekend at University Place mall in Orem.

The Bible Art Gallery is hosted by Tai Pan Trading, featuring \u201cThe Art of the Nativity.\u201d It is provided by The Knowledge Network and is a project of multi-faith groups, including members of the Catholic, Protestant and Evangelical churches as well as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The gallery is open during mall hours beginning Friday and going through Jan. 2. As is expected, social distancing and the wearing of face masks are required.

This unique art exhibition celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. Throughout history, the greatest artists visualized Christ in paintings and sculptures \u2014 his nativity, life, crucifixion and resurrection, according to Robert Hatch, CEO of The Knowledge Network.

Bible in Art Tours presents Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Carl Bloch and the great Old Masters in its special Christmas art exhibition, which is free to the public.

\u201cThese are things (art) that resonate with almost everyone in the U.S.,\u201d Hatch said. \u201cThere is no agenda, just here is beautiful art that represents cherished events (painted) by the Masters.\u201d

These inspiring masterpieces reveal the events in the birth and mortal ministry of Jesus Christ, according to Hatch.

Guests of the Bible in Art Galleries also will be able to enjoy art exhibits featured on special eGalleries (art presented on electronic video displays).

The three eGalleries will feature Nativity Art from around the world, including paintings from the Vatican of the Nativity, Magi and Shepherds. It also includes highlights and scenes from the Life of Jesus Christ by Bloch, according to Hatch.

Bible in Art Galleries also features three special exhibits, which includes the Keep Christ in Christmas Tree, a beautiful 12-foot Christmas tree decorated entirely in Christ-centered art.

This tree is a donation station for those wishing to purchase toys or articles of warm clothing for those less fortunate. All donated items are given to charities to distribute to those in need.

A second exhibit features a reproduction of Michelangelo\u2019s most famous statue, the Piet\u00e0. The statue was molded as an exact replica of the original.

The Piet\u00e0 depicts the body of Jesus on the lap of his mother, Mary, after the crucifixion. Of all his sculptures, the Piet\u00e0 is the only sculpture Michelangelo ever signed. He considered it to be the consummate expression of both his personal talent and the divine inspiration that he believed to be the guiding hand behind his work, according to Hatch.

The Nebo Modern Quilters Guild from Utah County displays a selection of beautiful quilts in an exhibit, called \u201cQuilting Bee Christmas.\u201d

Bible in Art Tours is honored to have been accepted as a new associate member of the National Religious Broadcasters Association. Bible in Art Tours will be a featured attraction at the 2021 March Convention in Dallas.

During weekdays, the gallery also will host local businesses that would like to make presentations on their products and services.

Each Monday is Seniors Day and is sponsored by Utah\u2019s Preferred Senior Agents. These agents have additional training and specialize in assisting seniors with later-in-life property transactions.

Allstate Insurance and the Russell Larsen Agency are the sponsors of the children\u2019s Christmas coloring contest. There are three divisions with prizes for each age group. Those wishing to participate will find the entry form drawing published in next week\u2019s Daily Herald.

There are three classifications of age groups. Pastor Mike and Denise Heil will coordinate the judging of the entries. Winners will be announced in the Daily Herald on Dec. 23.

Admission is free to the galleries, however, guests are encouraged to bring one nonperishable food item in exchange for entry. All food items are donated to the Utah County Food Bank.

Residents can learn more about the mission and outreach of Bible in Art Tours at http:// BibleInArtTours.com.

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COVID-19 has changed everyone's holiday plans this year, especially those who are currently in the hospital dealing with the impacts of the disease.

While the COVID-19 pandemic has been a wild ride from the jump, Utah Valley Hospital nurse Chalyce Jensen has been on the front lines, helping patients recover.

As a nurse on the respiratory floor, things were thrown into turmoil in the early months of 2020 with her floor becoming the COVID-19 unit.

With the arrival of Thanksgiving, Jensen was looking forward to filling the void that will be left for the patients as no visitors are allowed into the hospital this year.

\u201cOne thing I\u2019m looking forward to is being able to be that person for our patients,\" Jensen said earlier this week. \"It\u2019s been a hard year for our patients because a lot of the year they haven\u2019t been able to have any visitors or limited visitors. To be able to be that person that they see in real life versus just FaceTiming, or unfortunately for some of our patients technology isn\u2019t their thing, so to be able to sit down and talk with patients on Thanksgiving is going to be very unique this year. I look forward to being that person, bring a little light in their darkness.\u201d

The hospital will serve Thanksgiving dinner to all employees working on the holiday, as well as patients, something Intermountain has done in the past.

Jensen added that the meal is nice as it allows her to forget about what she will bring to work for lunch. It's an appreciated gesture, one that shows how much Intermountain cares about its employees.

This warm meal and care from employees hopes to give patients some sort of release this season during unprecedented times.

With healthcare workers filling the void that would normally involve the families of patients, Jensen knows it's a unique experience that will likely be an emotional one as well.\u00a0

The main goal from this is to bring some normalcy into the holiday season for COVID-19 patients.

With Thanksgiving and Christmas revolving around family, it will be even harder for patients to be in their hospital bed without the ones they care about.

While the hospital remains busy, Jensen hopes nurses will be able to slow things down and spend more time with the patients.

\"I think it\u2019s going to be a huge priority on our unit's part to play that role, kind of take a step back, sit back with our patients and talk with them,\u201d Jensen said.

A normal Thanksgiving for Jensen when she does not work includes going to her grandmother's house to celebrate and enjoy time together with her family.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and safety precautions, those celebrations look different this year. Her favorite Thanksgiving tradition is decorating her grandmother's Christmas tree along with other family members.

Now, although the celebration may look different, it does not need to be canceled.

Jensen's grandmother has designated a tree in her front yard and given time slots for various families to come by and decorate.

\u201cIt\u2019s not canceling things altogether, it\u2019s changing them in a way that you can remain safe,\" Jensen said. \"Some of the family traditions we have we might not have done them all together in a group, but individually in our homes we have maintained those traditions. You just have to adapt it and do it differently, not saying that is easy or what we want to do, but it\u2019s definitely the safest way to do it.\u201d

When asked about what she is thankful for, there were two things that came to mind for Jensen.

The first is her family and extended family. She is thankful for their support at home during the pandemic. Without it and the help for her two children, she would not be able to do what she does and provide care for her patients.

The second thing she is thankful for is her work family.

\u201cThe work family is huge, especially during a pandemic where the rest of the world doesn\u2019t see what we do,\" Jensen said while getting emotional. \"We have relied so strongly on each other because it\u2019s so different and you can\u2019t explain it to the rest of the world as best as you try. Unless you see it, it\u2019s hard to realize what is happening in the hospital.\u201d

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Timpview High School has been a hot topic in Provo lately with the bond to pay for the reconstruction passing on this year\u2019s ballot by a 1.5% margin.

The high school has been dealing with wet, collapsible soils under it since an investigation found those soils on the southern and western ends of the school. The impact of the unstable soil has been seen at the high school, as well, with cracks and other structural damage resulting from the instability.

Project officials gave an update on the construction to the Provo School District Board of Education, and plans are set to include a new softball field, a soccer practice field, tennis courts, a new academic wing, a new south gym and more.

According to a presentation given by the architecture company that developed the plans, the new, three-story academic wing will house all of the new classrooms, a preschool and 10 new science labs.

Part of that new academic wing will be dug into the hillside to help stabilize the building moving forward. That new academic wing also will connect to the new performing arts lobby that will be located outside of the auditorium. This connection also will serve as the new main entrance to the high school.

The existing gym will remain intact with plans to remove the floor and bleachers to stabilize the building. This also will include reinforcements in the roof structure.

This part of the school will involve new locker rooms, an athletic training room, dance room and more for the physical education department.

Another focal point of the new construction is a new special education wing.

The new gym is set to be completed in March 2021, with the bids going out for the academic wing and new athletics areas shortly thereafter.

The new classrooms and the special education wing are set to be completed in June 2023, while the new athletics areas and any additional features will not be completed until June 2024.

A statement from the Provo Board of Education after the bond was passed said it is looking forward to continuing the work on Timpview High School to provide students and the community a safe and efficient school.

\u201cThank you to the citizens of Provo who have supported the district throughout this process and voted in favor of this bond,\u201d the statement read.

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