Monthly Archives: July 2016

Several times since Thursday, July 28, more than 50 goats have created traffic safety issues throughout Lehi. According to Lehi Police Sgt. Chris Hadlock, the...

Residents of Lehi and surrounding communities are invited to attend the festivities for the start of stage 4 of the Tour of Utah cycling...

If you want to try a sport you have never tried before that’s fun, safe, and easy to learn, the Lehi Legacy Center is...

Got a reunion coming up? Are you looking for some fun new outdoor games to play with the kids and grandkids this summer? Let...

The Skyridge cheerleaders haven’t had a chance to cheer during any games for their school yet, but they’ve already won awards. At the University...

Lehi City’s annual Foam Day was a great success, judging by the kids squealing in delight and the parents covered in suds at the...

The Traverse Mountain Master Association (HOA) opened their pool yesterday after much anticipation. The grand opening was very well attended by over 600 HOA members....

Over the last several weeks, John Haws, President of the Lehi Historical Society and Archives, has been announcing the selection of this year’s Lehi...

When voters go to the polls this November, they will find on the ballot a proposal from Alpine School District for a $386 million...

On July 14, the Lehi Planning Commission met to recommend approval or denial of 21 items on the agenda. The five hour meeting was...
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