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Quaint Beginnings

“The first Swiss Days I attended was the first Swiss Days,” Zelda Isaksen reminisces. “It was in 1947. The population of Midway was 711 people.” Zelda, one of the early residents of the Heber Valley, says her grandparents came here from…

Keep it Local

In the summer of 2015, the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce created a new initiative called “Keep it Local.” The sole objective of the program is to strengthen our economy by promoting the concept of dining, shopping and playing local. To…

Care When You Need It

Summer is officially here and you know what that means: it’s time to get out and play! We are incredibly lucky to live in a place that is teeming with outdoor recreational activities and opportunities for adventure. Whether you spend your…

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Get to know your Elected Officials

The Heber Valley is growing, and every day more and more decisions are made that will impact its future. Do we want bike lanes, and if so, where? How about city parks?

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At Heber Valley Life Magazine we believe that bigger isn’t always better and that there is something inherently good in a day’s hard work. We believe that friends can be found in the most unlikely of places and that nothing matters more than family. We believe that each and every day is a gift full of potential and that miracles are mixed in with the every day scenery.

We believe in seeking the balance between play and hard work: a lazy Saturday making turns on the ski slopes or casting a fly at a rising trout in the middle of a hatch; working long hours with empending deadlines or calling in on a weekend to make sure a project is buttoned up. We believe failure is success as long as we learn from it. We believe in doing our best and taking any who’ll join us along for the ride.
We believe in grit, faith, and in sending it past our comfort zone in order to try something that scares us every day. We believe that joy is found in simplicity. We believe that beauty surrounds us. We believe in celebrating history in the making. We love where we live, we live where we love. We believe in the “joie de vivre!”