Monthly Archives: July 2018

Whether you are a newbie to Lehi or you’ve lived here all of your life, Lehi Heritage Day is a fun way to learn...

All cities in Utah are required by the state to meet certain requirements for public notice of public meetings. Some cities choose to meet...

Social media polls show most locals in favor of keeping bridge In the aftermath of the tragic death of an Alpine teen, after doing a...

Pauline Grant Cedarstrom Pugh 1927-2018 Pauline Grant Cedarstrom Pugh passed away peacefully July 17, 2018 at the age of 91. She was born July 17, 1927...

Martin (Marty) Val Johnson age 72, stepped over life’s finish line and into the presence of our Savior Jesus Christ on July 16, 2018;...

Martin (Marty) Val Johnson age 72, stepped over life’s finish line and into the presence of our Savior Jesus Christ on July 16, 2018;...

Three Lehi Junior High School students took a break from their summer and went to the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership...

Former Skyridge High School theater students will be performing the Broadway musical “Into the Woods” at Skyridge today through Saturday, July 12 – 14,...

Want to see the mayor of Lehi, Mark Johnson, go “over the edge”? Literally. Johnson will join Workfront CEO, Alex Shootman, as well as...

HealthTree offices located in Thanksgiving Point In 2009 Jenny Ahlstrom, her husband and six children moved to Mexico with a vision of helping Mexican entrepreneurs...
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