Monthly Archives: August 2018

When Ben Woolsey was a student at Lehi High School he was known for his competitiveness, athletic ability and determination. He played football, basketball,...

On December 11, 2001, siblings Kami and Zach Taylor’s life was changed forever when their mother, Bonnie, died suddenly of a brain aneurysm at...

Kristin and Todd Gardiner have opened a fifth location of their popular Taqueria 27 in Lehi at 1688 W Traverse Parkway, the first with...

The website MileSplit.com recently ranked Lehi High School junior Anna Martin the number one MileSplit50 girl for the state of Utah. The ranking is...

Lehi Heritage Day 2018 is almost here and promises to be the best yet. In its fifth year, this free community event will be on...

History was made this week as the Skyridge Falcons faced the Lone Peak Knights in a first-ever football battle that did not disappoint. The...

In the Lehi’s girls soccer match against region foe Orem last Thursday, the Lehi Pioneers displayed determination, turning a 0-1 second-half deficit into a...

Lehi City Council met with Mayor Mark Johnson in City Council chambers to hear presentations and reports during pre-council meeting held August 14, 2018....

“It’s in the genes,” claims Sheryl Strasburg, wife of Lindsay Strasburg, one of the four brothers who set a new land speed record at...

After losing their opening game, the Lehi football team bounced back in impressive fashion against Taylorsville at home on Friday night. The Pioneers dominated...
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