Monthly Archives: July 2016

Almost every weekend Jett and Cruz White are decked out in protective gear, racing motorcycles along a dirt track with jumps, “whoops” and turns....

Near the Point of the Mountain, the Joe and Vera Lambert family lived a solitary life. They raised hay, pigs, and strong, handsome boys:...

In the July 12th Lehi City Council meeting, cub scouts Paul Colton, son of Neel and Tammy Colton, and Josh Presbury, son of Aaron...

It could be mistaken for a cozy bed and breakfast—the rows of roses leading up the walk to the romantic old building, the creaking...

Friends in life tend to come and go, but for the Arsenal Soccer team, this isn’t the case. The majority of these boys have...

Less than one hour from anywhere in Lehi is an easy hike with a fabulous payoff at the end: Stewart Falls. It’s a great...

Perhaps no other document is more common in estate planning than the durable power of attorney. I can certainly say it is the scariest...

In the spring of 1855, Canute Peterson had just been called to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints....

Congratulations are in order for a group of 12 young ballet dancers from the Academy of Ballet in Lehi who have all passed their...

Crafters and artists are invited to donate their work to a fundraising bazaar which will be held as part of Lehi Heritage Day on...
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