Monthly Archives: July 2016

Several members of Lehi’s Pointe Meadow neighborhood presented petitions signed by 170 members of their development to the Lehi City Council on July 12....

There was a huge rainbow trout I had been trying to catch for about a month up in Dry Creek during the summer of...

Lehi City Mayor Bert Wilson hosted the grand opening of the new splash pad at Ivory Ridge Park (3200 N. 560 W) on Saturday,...

It takes months of planning to prepare for a youth trek—an experience that many of the youth in Lehi have had or will have....

Right in Lehi City’s side yard is the south segment of the Jordan River Parkway. The paved trail begins on the north where it...

When you see true talent you have an internal reaction of surprise and joy; this describes seeing the work of Lori Hatfield, Lehi wife...

Walking in to Momentum Climbing Gym is a little like opening a Dr. Seuss book with the massive, uniquely shaped “Top Out’’ Boulder and...

One of the goals of the Lehi Library is to encourage youth reading. One way to make reading fun for kids is through a...

FORT DUCHESNE, UT—Nearly five years after the Ute Tribe extended an invitation to create the sculpture, artist and Lehi native Jerime Hooley’s 13-foot bronze...

During this last week, Lehi citizens have noticed a reduction in water pressure in their pressurized irrigation service in certain areas of Lehi. The...
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