Monthly Archives: July 2018

The cast and crew of the Lehi Arts Council summer musical have overcome many obstacles to produce the epic “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”...

Lehi City is currently taking applications for their Lehi Youth Council, a group of young people who learn first hand how city government works...

Silicon Slopes, a non-profit organization headquartered in Lehi, Utah, will be hosting their annual Tech Summit in early 2019 and has just announced that...

Lehi City is moving forward with plans to construct a public safety building on the property where Broadbent’s department store stood for 126 years....

Lehi High School students took first place in the Broadcast News Production (BNP) at the State SkillsUSA competition held April 12-13, at Salt Lake...

“I pledge my head to clearer thinking My heart to greater loyalty My hands to larger service And my health to better living For my club, my community,...

Thursday, July 19, sculptor Scott Streadbeck, city officials and public, witnessed a life-size bronze statue of a pioneer family installed at Legacy Park next...

An agenda of diverse topics occupied most of the Lehi City Pre-Council during the Tuesday, July 10, City Council meeting held in City Council...

In the final presentation of the night at Lehi City Council meeting held on July 10, Beth Holbrook, representative for Waste Management, presented information...

“We were so happy with the turnout for the blood drive,” said Lehi Police Sergeant, Chad Ray.  “At the end of the day we...
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