SMITHFIELD—Teacher at the longest running home preschool in town, City Council member, and mother of six, Barbara Kent has been active in the community for more than 30 years.
A few blocks east of the city office sits a conservative home, with a nicely landscaped and well kept yard. Inside lives a man who has spent his life serving the community and making life better for the residents of Utah. Oh, and if you stop by you’ll most likely leave with a new friend and a few new jokes to tell as well.
A native of Wellsville, Utah, Earl Lindley now lives a simple life. He wakes up just like any other man, has 24 grandchildren, and goes on vacation with his family. He lives in a nice home with his wife Marilyn on the outskirts of Smithfield and is active in his community.
Jason Turner wrote a wonderful story for the Herald Journal about Yabitse Wells, a Sky View junior who went to the State Track and Field tournament. Yabitse has come a long way from an orphanage in Ethiopia.
The rain could not delay this game as over one hundred family and friends of Lonnie Loveday gathered in the youth center to honor him. Known for his years of service to Smithfield youth, the baseball field behind the youth center was officially named the Lonnie Loveday Field.