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Business Spotlight: Get Ready for the Snow at Colden Ski and Board Shop


By Carlee Frank Slalom, moguls, halfpipes and black diamonds! Snowflakes, ski lifts, mittens and hot chocolate by the fireside! Are you in the mood to ski and snowboard yet? Winter is just around the corner –Dec. 21 to be exact –and NOAA and the Farmer’s Almanac predict heavy snowfalls to start around that date. Therefore, you must be prepared to ... Read More »

maurices Donates to BCH 3D Mammography Program


Representatives from maurices of Springville presented a donation to the Bertrand Chaffee Hospital Imaging Department and BCH Foundation on November 20. Store Manager Karen Baker and Assistant Manager Megan Slisz delivered a check to Lead Mammographer Judy Heary, which will go to the BCH Foundation. The gift is dedicated for use in promoting 3D mammography and encouraging women to get ... Read More »

Spring Creek Pharmacy Closes Its Doors


By Rich Place The Spring Creek Pharmacy, located in the historic Springville rail depot, closed its doors last week and its customers’ files have been moved to Rite Aid on Main Street in the village. Ashley Flower, a spokesperson for Rite Aid, confirmed the last day of operation for Spring Creek Pharmacy was Wednesday, Nov. 15. The Springville Rite Aid ... Read More »

Serving Up Amazing Pies at The Pizza Glen


By Carlee Frank During the 16th century, tomatoes were brought to Europe from Peru and were widely believed to be poisonous. They eventually entered the diets of the poor of Naples, Italy and were placed as toppings on flat yeast dough. The dough has a longer history, but this Napolitano dish is accepted as the first simple pizza. Since then, ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Rich Food with a Rich History at Fiesta Bamba


By Carlee Frank Mexican culture spans far before the days of conquistador Hernan Cortes. Indigenous people have called Mexico home for thousands of years, establishing immense civilizations and cultivating a rich history. It is these indigenous roots where Mexican food originated, and was further influenced by Spanish culture. Since the last half of the 20th century, Mexican food has become ... Read More »

Holiday Craft Show Nov. 25

By Alicia Dziak As the holiday season is fast approaching, it’s time to think about buying all those gifts. And what better gifts to give than unique finds you can’t buy just anywhere? On Saturday, Nov. 25, the Springville Moose Lodge #1249, at 13080 Buffalo Road in Springville, will be holding a Holiday Craft Show. “This is our 9th Annual ... Read More »

Emerling CDJR Breaks Ground on New Dealership


From left to right: Jason Powenski, GM Emerling Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM; Nick Alberalla, VP, Commercial Loan Officer at Evans Bank; Town of Sardinia Superintendent Beverly Gambino; Tony Picone, Picone Construction; Congressman Chris Collins; Carl Emerling; Springville Mayor Bill Krebs; Town of Concord Supervisor Gary Eppolito; and Mitch Martin, Director of Community Affairs for Senator Patrick Gallivan. On Friday, Oct. ... Read More »

Springville Animal Hospital: Healing Pets and Helping Families


By Carlee Frank A few facts about veterinary medicine: Earning a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) takes four years of rigorous study; there are currently 41 recognized veterinary specialties such as dentistry, ophthalmology and exotic animal practice; and as of 2016, there were nearly 108,000 veterinarians in the United States.     Luckily enough, those of us in the Springville ... Read More »

Springville Call for Nominations for 2018 Awards Event

The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce will present its annual awards night on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 at St. Aloysius Hall in Springville. In preparation for the event, the Chamber’s board is calling for nominations for its awards, which include several new categories that reflect the substantial contributions of the area’s business and nonprofit communities. Categories include: • Business of ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Farming Projects Made Easy at Tri-County Supply


By Carlee Frank ‘Tis the season. Well, not Christmas season just yet –it’s preparation season. Homeowners across the area are chopping, stacking and covering wood for winter; they are studying the best types of snow blowers for the inevitable blizzards and completing last minute construction projects before the freeze is in the air. However, no matter the task, all of ... Read More »

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