Monthly Archives: June 2016

Even if you didn’t grow up seeing live music in a park on Sunday evenings in the summer, there is something nostalgic about sitting...

In 1941, with a war looming, Lehi Mayor Dean Prior and the city council organized a volunteer organization to “foster, promote, and sponsor worthwhile...

During the June 14th Lehi City Council meeting, citizens and council members discussed what recourse the city should take in solving the problem of...

Lehi’s new Skyridge High School sits at the corner of 3200 North and Center Street. It will open for classes this Fall, and residents...

It was the 5th of July and my buddies and I had some contraband fireworks left over from Independence Day celebrations—two cherry bombs and...

In June, thirty five Lehi High School students studying Chinese had the opportunity to study abroad at Sichuan University and experience China, thanks to...

Former longtime Lehi resident, Vivian Evans Seastrand, turned 95 on June 16. Even though she was born in American Fork, she married a “Lehi...

Lehi City is taking steps to increase its power resource diversity through new creative technologies with a project in southern Utah. The Utah Associated...

Caitlin Thomas was the recipient of two scholarship awards at the Miss Utah pageant last week. Caitlin won the Sadie Huish Memorial scholarship. Annually,...

Theaters: Finding Dory After the familiar open on the Disney castle fades to a greenish-blue seascape, Thomas Newman’s score swells and we find ourselves in...
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