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October events to check out at the Concord Public Library

By Alex Simmons There are many special programs and events scheduled this October at The Concord Public Library. All library programs are free and open to the public. Sign up may be required. Every Tuesday, you can drop by the library for Computer Help from 4-5:30 p.m. You can stop in at any time with questions about email, eBooks, using ... Read More »

Springville Pharmacy hoping to offer hometown feel and service to customers

Photo by Kellen M. Quigley
Springville Pharmacy recently opened on East Main Street in the village. Pharmacist Ken Andrus (pictured) and owners Charlie and Barb Roberts are hoping to provide a hometown feel and service to its customers.

By Kellen M. Quigley With years of experience in the business, owners Charlie and Barb Roberts are hoping to make Springville Pharmacy the go-to hometown pharmacy in the village, offering a personal feel and service. Recently opened at 13 East Main St. in the former Don Chelle Salon, the Springville Pharmacy will be having its official grand opening Wednesday, Oct. ... Read More »

SGI seniors explore Pittsburgh on class trip

Photo by Alex Simmons
The Springville-Griffith Institute Class of 2020 traveled to Pittsburgh, Pa., last weekend for their senior trip.

By Alex Simmons The Springville-Griffith Institute Class of 2020 traveled to Pittsburgh, Pa. this past weekend for their senior trip. The students started the trip with a stop at the Strip District. This district was lined with loads of shops and vendors, which made for a perfect place to get souvenirs. There was every sort of merchandise you were looking ... Read More »

14th annual Springville Oktoberfest is this Saturday

Image courtesy Springville Area Chamber of Commerce

The calendar may still read September, but everyone in Springville is ready for Oktoberfest. The 14th annual German celebration will take place on Sept. 28 from 2 to 8 p.m. at Firemen’s Park, 70 Nason Blvd off Waverly Street in the village. The annual event, held rain or shine, features music, German and American food and draft beer and wine, ... Read More »

Art’s Cafe to host open house Saturday

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Members of Art’s Cafe Community Owners who recently gathered for 
a dinner at the Olmsted Camp in Sardinia on Sept. 14.

If you’ve been trying to see what is happening at Art’s Cafe, then this Saturday, Sept. 28 is for you. Art’s Cafe is hosting an open house with coffee and light refreshments from 9 to 11:30 a.m. to give residents a chance to see how construction has progressed on the building. The renovation of this Main Street building was started ... Read More »

Love INC to host Harvest of Love Dinner

Love INC, of Springville, will host a Harvest of Love Dinner on Friday, Oct. 4. Held from 6 to 9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, located at 474 East Main St., Springville, join Love INC for a Thanksgiving celebration. The meal will include non-alcoholic drinks, hors d’oeuvres, turkey dinner and dessert. Enjoy a great evening of fellowship, music ... Read More »

Children’s League fundraiser set for Oct. 5

The Children’s League of Springville will host its 8th annual fundraiser, Casino Night Under the Stars, Oct. 5 at Springville Country Club from 6-9 p.m. With the entry ticket, attendees will be given casino chips to gamble in multiple casino games to win prizes. There will also be a small auction. Enjoy wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres while you play ... Read More »

Undersecretary of Energy visits West Valley Demonstration Project

Press photo by Rick Miller
Paul M. Dabber (center), U.S. Energy Department undersecretary for science, toured the West Valley Demonstration Project Monday with Bryan Bower (right), DOE site director, and deputy Craig Rieman (left).

By Rick Miller Energy Undersecretary for Science Paul M. Dabbar made his first visit Monday to the West Valley Demonstration Project and came away impressed with progress in the cleanup and the employees. Following a tour with Bryan Bower, West Valley site director for the Department of Energy, Deputy Director Craig Rieman and others, Dabbar said the West Valley cleanup ... Read More »

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