People in the Neighborhood

People in the Neighborhood


 

Little Bear Bottoms Corn Maze: More Than a Decade of Family Fun

Little Bear Bottoms Corn Maze: More Than a Decade of Family Fun

Schae Richards, community editor Sharma and Jed Clark, of Wellsville, never dreamed of making corn mazes or running a local attraction until it actually happened. However, it's something they have enjoyed pursuing over the years. In 2004, the couple decided to open a...

Laura Vanderbeek: Service–Not Just ‘for the Birds’

Laura Vanderbeek: Service–Not Just ‘for the Birds’

Tara Bone, contributing writer For Laura Vanderbeek, every day is an opportunity to live life to the fullest and put her talents to work for others—the human and feathered kind. Laura is a wife, mother, entrepreneur, photographer, master scuba diver, cancer survivor,...

Going Back to School: Try Something New for a Brighter Future

Going Back to School: Try Something New for a Brighter Future

Schae Richards, community editor  There are many self-motivated people in our local community that decide to go back to school to continue their education. Nicole Moser, a Stevens-Henager College graduate, said going back to school to get her degree was one of the...

For the Love of Learning: Sunrise Elementary Welcomes New Principal

For the Love of Learning: Sunrise Elementary Welcomes New Principal

Schae Richards, community editor Derek Beer loves being an educator, and has always been passionate about learning and making a difference in students' lives. Mr. Beer attended college at Utah State University, where he started studying Education, then later switched...

Jill Zollinger: Cache County’s “Fair” Lady

Jill Zollinger: Cache County’s “Fair” Lady

Tara Bone, contributing writer Jill Zollinger has worked for 24 years to keep a 138-year-old Cache Valley tradition thriving – the Cache County Fair and Rodeo. To her, it's more than just an annual event; it’s a one-of-a-kind community gathering that brings people...

Carl Anderson: Living a Life of Service

Carl Anderson: Living a Life of Service

Tara Bone, contributing writer  The parades are over, the fireworks have been lit, and now July 4, 2017 is a memory. But for Carl Anderson of Hyrum, a World War II veteran, the meaning behind the Fourth of July stays with him all year. Carl's life of service began in...

Fonnesbeck Nursery — Blooming in Mendon

Fonnesbeck Nursery — Blooming in Mendon

Tara Bone, contributing writer Tawna and Barry Fonnesbeck take the phrase “bloom where you’re planted” to a new level.  Since opening Fonnesbeck Greenhouse in Mendon 25 years ago, they have been growing their family right alongside their plants. Tawna and Barry’s...

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