Monthly Archives: July 2018

Dave and Kim Butterfield honored for preserving Lehi history When Dave Butterfield’s parents moved into their Lehi home, a great historical work was ignited. Bernice Butterfield...

The annual Jiggle Fest and Utah Foods Cook-Off at Thanksgiving Point made the most of a perfect summer day last Saturday, July 21. This...

Nancy Louise Miller Brailsford 1958 -2018 Nancy returned home to her Father in Heaven in the early hours on July 27, 2018. Nancy grew up with a...

  This October three Skyridge High School students, 2018 graduates Jared Meek and D’Artagnan (“Dart”) Von Pingel, and soon-to-be senior Tyler Romrell, will compete at...

Lehi residents raise questions regarding current and future zoning Seven Lehi City Planning Commission members met July 12, 2018 to discuss eleven agenda items. City...

On July 10, during the public input section of Lehi City Council meeting, Kent Loosli, CEO of Mountain Point Medical, addressed the council members....

Summer’s high temperatures and the increased use of air conditioners can cause power outages, which is one of the biggest worries for any city’s...

Lehi’s Mayor Mark Johnson and about 100 other people went “over the edge” rappelling off the 5-story Workfront building in Lehi last week, all...

Lisa Goble Gray passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 24, 2018, at the age of 58, after a long, hard battle with lung cancer....

(UPDATE) A breaking update from the Summit County Office of the Sheriff was released Wednesday around 1 p.m. about the missing Lehi teacher, Ray Humphreys. "The...
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