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Utah Valley Calendar: Things to do – Dec. 4

AMERICAN FORK "Believe" concert — The Timpanogos Singers and Timpanogos Youth Choirs will perform "Believe" at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11 at the Valentine Theater. Tickets are $5 for general admission, $3 for students and a $15 pass for immediate family. To purchase tickets online, visit ...

Mayors of Utah Valley: Celebrating the service of others

The holidays are a festive time of year. They are when we share special moments with our family, friends and loved ones, and look ahead to a new year filled with promise and opportunity. We reflect upon our many blessings, and are grateful for the sacrifices being made by our military and the ...

Tales from Utah Valley: Cultivate gratitude, be happier

It is not joy that makes us grateful. It is gratitude that makes us joyful. Gratitude is the best attitude. Life is beautiful when you have a thankful heart. If you want to find happiness, find gratitude. When you love what you have, you have what you need. These and many other  sayings about ...

Money Matters: How empowering your employees leads to a growth culture

When you notice one of your weaknesses, what’s your instinct? Many of us are “inclined to hide, rationalize, minimize, cover up, and deny our weaknesses and mistakes because they make us feel vulnerable, at risk, and unworthy,” said Tony Schwartz, president and CEO of The Energy Project. ...

Pet of the week: November (#2872) the rabbit

Breed: Rabbit Age: Unknown Gender: Female Size: Adult Adoption Fee: $5 Available for Rescue: Yes November has been available for adoption since 11/18/2021. November is a very friendly rabbit. She does let you hold her. She likes you to pet her. She is a very curious rabbit and likes to ...

Garden Help Desk: Make sure to choose the right poinsettias

It’s the perfect time in the Holiday season to bring home a beautiful poinsettia. If you’ve done just that-choosing a sturdy plant with dark green leaves and unopened flowers, protecting it from the cold when you left the nursery, and sliding off the plastic sleeve as soon as you were ...