Monthly Archives: April 2017

John and Linda both sat and looked at each other and couldn’t believe the information that I had just shared with them…the same look...

“Riced” is a Chinese restaurant with many of the same items you’d find at a fast food restaurant, but their twist is making each...

For Michelle and Mark Hiles, the placement of a new AED (Automated External Defibrillator) at Ascent Academy in Lehi was a very poignant moment....

Sylvan Kenly Clark, 81, died Monday, April 3, 2017 at the Bear River Valley Care Center in Tremonton, Utah. He leaves his wife of...

Tuesday, April 11, the Lehi City Council discussed Mayor Wilson’s tentative budget. The mayor addressed many growth issues in the $48,297,357.00 requested expenditures that...

On Thursday, March 23, Lehi City planning commission members heard over fourteen objections by concerned citizens to the Avalon Senior Housing concept presented by...

John Jay Harris is figuratively and literally a pioneer. He graduated from Lehi High School in 1983 and continued his pioneer heritage as a...

In the early 70’s there was a movement to improve the recreational activities for the students in Alpine School District. In 1972 federal legislation...

Painting superheroes, smiling and sharing love are Glenn Stucki’s talents. And yes, those talents are remarkable. Glenn is co-founder of the charity, “Change 4...

Celeste and Dustan Burr started a farm in their backyard with chickens and an orphaned goat three years ago. It didn’t take long for them...
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