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Welcome Back Springville Dairy


By Alicia Dziak If some of your favorite childhood memories involve eating ice cream, it’s time to revisit your past. The Springville Dairy has reopened its windows, ready to serve up all your favorite frozen treats topped with sprinkles, hot fudge and a bit of nostalgia! The Springville Dairy is a perfect example of how everything old is new again. ... Read More »

Lamb & Webster Offers Ag, Lawn and Garden Equipment


By Elizabeth Riggs Have you been considering buying a UTV? Farmers, are you in need of a replacement part for that old Case that’s been on your farm for decades? Springville’s Lamb & Webster is a locally-owned and operated full-service retailer for agricultural and lawn and garden equipment. First opened in 1960 by Springville natives Lloyd Lamb and Austin Webster, ... Read More »

Springville Door and Window to Hold Open House


By Derek M. Otto If you’ve watched the news or any of our local channels lately, a familiar voice comes over the air waves advertising the great deals coming out of Springville Door and Window.  That familiar voice is that of David Batterson Jr., who for the past four years has been at the helm of this second-generation Springville business. ... Read More »

Springville Art’s Café Nearing Opening Date


By Elizabeth Riggs It’s been a long, bumpy road for the Springville Art’s Café. But finally, Seth Wochensky, Springville Center for the Arts executive director, can see a light at the end of the tunnel. Many Springville residents may remember the Springville Art’s Café building, located at 5 East Main Street, as the site of The Donut Shop or Teddy’s ... Read More »

A Weekend of Fun In Springville


It’s a busy weekend in Springville, and for those looking for something different to do, there are two big events to enjoy. On Saturday, April 22, Granny’s Boot Antiques in Springville will be kicking off their season of country gatherings, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. At each of the country gatherings, the antique store allows a unique non-profit organization ... Read More »

Granny’s Boots Antiques Kicking Off Monthly Festivals


By Elizabeth Riggs For Granny’s Boots Antiques owners Deb and Madge Wilson, what began as a leisurely trip to the Southtowns nearly seven years ago ended up as a second antique store. The mother and daughter team, who collectively refer to themselves as Granny 1 and Granny 2, have been in the antiques business for 50 years. They own their ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Quality Time Stained Glass Provides Enchanting Works


By Derek M. Otto In the fall, I wrote an article about the Bicentennial of the First Presbyterian Church in Springville. Shortly after that article was released, Ms. Patricia Piehl of the church’s bicentennial committee asked about the history of the windows.  That I did not know.  I did know of someone who had knowledge of stained glass, Jacqueline Wilcox ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Carrow Offers Consignments, Cleaning and Creativity


By Alicia Dziak If you live in Springville, chances are you know Kim Carrow. If you don’t know her from seeing her around at various community events, you probably know her as the woman who owns three—yes, three!—local businesses at 65 East Main Street in Springville. After growing up in Colden, attending Colden Elementary and graduating from SGI in 1986, ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Springville Hardware and Homewear: Everything You Need for Home


By Elizabeth Riggs In the heart of downtown Springville lies a family-run hardware store, where the staff remembers your name and stocks their store with unique, hard to find items. Springville Hardware prides itself on offering a more personal shopping experience than large-chain home improvement stores. In fact, local men still gather there to visit on weekday mornings after dropping ... Read More »

Springville Village Proposes 2017-2018 Budget


By Derek M. Otto The regular meeting of the Village of Springville Board was held on March 6, 2017.  The main focus of the meeting was the presentation of the proposed 2017-2018 village budget.   Mayor Krebs gave a well-planned and organized presentation of the budget. In summary, the tax rate increases .5 percent to $16.86 per $1,000 of assessed ... Read More »

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