Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

A Fundraiser/Auction/Dance will be held this Saturday, April 18, 2015 to help raise money for a kidney transplant for long time Salina resident Bobbe McGhie Allen.  The event will be held at the North Sevier Community Center in Salina (373 West 400 North) and doors will open at 6:00 p.m.  The auction starts at 6:30 p.m., and the dance will be immediately following the auction.  Music for the family – friendly dance will be provided by the Backroads Bands.  Entrance costs are $3 for adults, $1 for kids (16 and under) and $10 for a family (up to 8 members).  If anyone has any items that they would like to donate for the auction, please call Jessamyn Deaton at 435-979-0779.  She can also answer any questions regarding the event.


2015 Annual Stake Conference

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Salina Utah Stake is pleased to announce annual Stake Conference to be held Saturday, January 31 and Sunday, February 1, 2015 at the Salina Stake Center. The evening session will be held Saturday at 7:00 pm and the general session will be held Sunday at 10:00 am. The guest speakers will be Elder R. Scott and Sister Tamara Runia.


Elder R. Scott Runia was named a member of the Fifth Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 5, 2014. Elder Runia played guard in basketball for the BYU Cougars from 1976 -1980. Elder Runia received a Bachelor of Science degree in finance in 1982. In October of 1982 he began working as a private wealth advisor for Merrill Lynch. Elder Runia has served in numerous Church callings, including Bishop, Scoutmaster, stake president’s counselor, high councilor, stake Young Men president, and Stake President. Elder Runia was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He married Tamara Wood in May 1981 and they are the parents of seven children. Elder and Sister Runia reside in Provo, Utah.


We invite everyone to attend this conference to be uplifted and motivated.


On Deck – 21 January 2015

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

The Richfield Ranger District of the FishlakeNational Forest has recently completed the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Monroe Mountain Aspen Ecosystem Restoration Project, and is offering an opportunity for public review and comment on the project.

Two public meetings have been scheduled to share information about this project. The meetings are scheduled for January 29 and 30 at the SevierCountyAdministrationBuilding, Rm B46 at 250 N. Main in Richfield. Both meetings will begin at 6 p.m.

The DEIS and all resource specialist reports are available for review at the Fishlake National Forest Supervisor’s Office, 115 East 900 North, Richfield, UT 84701, or online at

A Notice of Availability (NOA) for the Draft EIS was published in the Federal Register on January 16, 2015. Written, faxed, hand-delivered, and electronic comments concerning this action will be accepted for 45 days following the publication date. Those wishing to comment should not rely upon dates or timeframe information provided by any other source.

Written comments must be submitted to Jason Kling, Richfield District Ranger, 115 East 900 North, Richfield, Utah, 84701, (435) 896-9347 (fax). The office business hours for those submitting hand-delivered comments are 8 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Electronic comments must be submitted in a format such as an email message, pdf, plain text (.txt), rich text format (.rtf), and Word (.doc or .docx) to Comments must have an identifiable name attached or verification of identity will be required. A scanned signature may serve as verification on electronic comments.

Only those who submit timely and specific written comments regarding the proposed project during a public comment period established by the responsible official are eligible to file an objection.


On Deck – 14 January 2015

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

Women of Wonder Spiritual Retreat 2015

February 6th, 7th, 8th at Red Cliffs Lodge, Moab 

“How Adored You Are”
“Affirming, Accepting & Appreciating Ourselves” 



Karen Taylor Good and Stowe Dailey

A Unique Blend of Powerful, Life-Affirming Presentations.
Mixing Heart, Humor & Hutzpah


As professional speakers, these two award-winning singer/songwriters enhance their keynote presentations, concerts, and workshops with a unique speaking style and powerful songs, which never fail to inspire, motivate and uplift their audiences.

Stowe Dailey & Karen Taylor Good. Together, they are StoweGood!

This will be a great opportunity to see these two together in an intimate, inspirational, heart-opening weekend at Red Cliffs Lodge, Moab.

The retreat takes place over three days — February 6th, 7th, and 8th of 2015. February is the perfect time to visit Moab — the crowds are gone, the town is deserted and you will be able to relax, find peace and meditate at the base of 1,000 foot majestic red rock cliffs.

The WoW Spiritual Retreat is a Women’s Retreat sponsored by Unity Church Grand Junction, for women of all faiths. This is Unity Church of Grand Junction’s sixth Women’s Retreat. Previous presenters have been Lori Sandstrom, Anna Joy Grace and Karen Drucker.

The Women’s Retreat features music, inspirational talks and intimate sharing. These retreats have been held in beautiful, peaceful places on the Western slope of Colorado, such as Gateway Canyons Resort and Silver Raven Lodge. This year’s event will once again be at Red Cliffs Lodge near Moab, Utah.

UnityChurch of Grand Junction is proud to be able to host these Women’s Retreats. The 3-day session (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) led by Karen Taylor Good and Stowe Dailey is preceded by a pre-retreat, which includes a Thursday evening meditation service and spa day on Friday. Facials, Massages and Yoga will be offered. This is a unique event for the women Western Colorado and Eastern Utah. for more information. or 260-9714

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015


Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

Join us for celebration of music.

Open to general public.

Free admission.

Violin & Piano Recital.

Class of Marina Hallows.

When: November 8, 2014

Time:  10:00 am

Where:SevierCommunity Center

373 West 400 North, Salina

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

Book Fair Time at

NorthSevierMiddle School


Nov. 10 to Nov. 12

8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

NorthSevierMiddle School



Come and see what fun and

Exciting things you can find

At our book Fair.


Your support of our book fair helps put books in our library and in your students’ hands.


You might even find a something for yourself!!


Online fair available

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Sevier County is administering the November 4, 2014 General Election entirely by mail.  Although there will be no regular polling places on Election Day and no early voting, there will be vote centers available on Election Day, and the Salina Fire Department will be holding their annual election day dinner on Tuesday.

             Ballots may be returned in any of the following ways:


  1. 1.      By Mail in the prepaid ballot envelope postmarked no later than November 3, 2014.
  2. 2.      Drop Off your ballot at the Sevier County Clerk’s Office by November 4, 2014 by 8:00 p.m..
  3. 3.      Or take the ballot to any Election Day Vote Center on November 4, 2014 between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.  Vote centers are located at:
  • MonroeCommunity Center – 220 S 300 W, Monroe
  • SalinaEMSBuilding – 488 N 250 W, Salina
  • Sevier CountyFairgrounds – 410 E 200 S, Richfield


If you have not received a ballot, or have any questions, please contact the Sevier County Clerk at 435-893-0401 or by email at

On the ballot this year, one of the main races of concern to citizens in the North Sevier area is the County Commission Seat A between Republican Gary Mason and Kelly Johnson. Mason was elected in November of 1998 and his term expires January 2015.

There are also three measures submitted to voters, brief summaries of which are supplied below:

Constitutional Amendment A changes how the State Tax Commission is composed. It removes the requirement that two members of the State Tax Commission be appointed from the same political party. Under the current statute, no more than two of the four Utah State Tax Commission members can belong to the same political party. Current provisions of the Utah Constitution

The Utah Constitution directs the State Tax Commission to administer and supervise Utah’s tax laws. The Constitution states that the State Tax Commission consists of four members, appointed by the governor with the consent of the Utah Senate. The Utah Constitution also states that no more than two of those four commission members may belong to the same political party. The Constitution does not provide any other qualifications for members of the State Tax Commission. Constitutional Amendment A removes the limitation that no more than two members of the State Tax Commission may be appointed from the same political party. The Amendment requires State Tax Commission members to meet qualifications as set in statute but allows the Governor to appoint a State Tax Commission member without considering the member’s political party affiliation. Under the Amendment, it is possible for all or a majority of State Tax Commission members to be from the same political party. If approved by voters, Constitutional Amendment A takes effect January 1, 2015. This amendment has no fiscal impact.


Constitutional Amendment B changes the term of an appointed lieutenant governor to avoid a potential situation where the term of an appointed lieutenant governor would be different from the term of the governor. Since 1984, the Utah Constitution has required the candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor from each political party to appear together on the same ballot and be voted on together. In 2009, the Utah Constitution was amended to specify what happens in the case of a vacancy in the office of Governor or Lieutenant Governor. Because of the 2009 amendment, it is possible, under certain circumstances, for an appointed Lieutenant Governor to serve to the end of a full four-year term even though the office of Governor is subject to a mid-term election. Likewise, it is possible for a Governor to serve to the end of a full four-year term even though a mid-term election is required for the office of the Lieutenant Governor.

Electing a Governor at a mid-term election when the Lieutenant Governor’s office is not subject to election, or electing a Lieutenant Governor at a mid-term election when the Governor’s office is not subject to election, would be inconsistent with the state’s practice and policy since 1984 of electing the Governor and Lieutenant Governor together. Electing a Governor and Lieutenant Governor at different times also creates the possibility that a Governor and Lieutenant Governor would be from different political parties. If approved by voters, Constitutional Amendment B takes effect January 1, 2015. It has no fiscal impact.


Constitutional Amendment C: The Utah Constitution states that, unless otherwise provided in the Constitution, the Attorney General shall be the legal advisor of the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Auditor, and State Treasurer. In the case of the Governor, the Constitution provides otherwise by authorizing the Governor to appoint legal counsel to advise the Governor. Under current practice, the Governor’s appointed legal counsel provides the Governor day-to-day legal advice, and the Attorney General continues to represent the Governor in lawsuits involving the Governor. The Constitution does not similarly authorize the Lieutenant Governor, State Auditor, or State Treasurer to appoint legal counsel to advise each of these state offices. Accordingly, the Attorney General is the legal advisor for each of these state officers for all purposes. If approved by voters, Constitutional Amendment C takes effect January 1, 2015. The enactment of Constitutional Amendment C will not alone have any fiscal impact. Depending on how the Lieutenant Governor, State Auditor, and State Treasurer choose to implement the Amendment, there may be an increase in costs to state government. If the Lieutenant Governor, State Auditor, or State Treasurer appoints legal counsel, as the Amendment allows, the increased annual costs to the state will be approximately $120,000 for each new position. The costs may vary depending on a number of factors, including whether the position is full-time or part-time, whether the attorney is hired for a permanent position or on a contract basis, and the level of experience of the attorney hired.


Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

JR High Wrestling


Registration Information

Registration: September 29th – October 10th

Where: North Sevier Community Center (373 West 400 North) or online at

Who: Boys Grades 5th – 8th

When: 5 am – 9 pm

Fee: $35 (Team Shorts Included)

Practices will begin the week of Nov 3rd     

Matches will begin approximately the 2nd week in Nov.  


If you have any questions, please call

North Sevier Recreation         or         Coach Matt Torgerson

435-529-3220                                      435-979-5504