Monthly Archives: September 2018

In what may be the finale of the Mascot Bowl in Lehi, thousands of fans came to support 8th-grade football teams, cheerleaders, drill teams,...

Measure to be included on November ballot On November 6, 2018, registered Utah voters will decide the fate of Utah Proposition 2, more commonly known...

A new school year has begun and for many students, teachers, and parents, so has the battle to stay healthy. Just a few weeks...

School is back in session, with many vacancies to fill based on job postings in Alpine School District schools. From bus drivers to Special...

When Maria Michelle Panter and her husband bought their first house last year in Lehi, one of the first things on Maria’s to-do list...

A unique new restaurant in Lehi opened its doors last Thursday, September 6. Zulu Piri Piri Chicken Grille, 2951 Clubhouse Drive next to Starbucks...

To know Carl Buhler is to love Carl Buhler. The long-time Lehi resident who passed away several months ago, was often referred to as...

In the August 28 Lehi City Council meeting, council members heard a presentation in Pre-Council meeting about the dust in Traverse Mountain. For several years...

This Monday, September 17, Skyridge High School teacher Becky White will carry out her 15th and final Mascot Bowl as she plans to retire...

The Lehi football team lost a close game on the road to Springville last Friday night. The Red Devils prevailed, 14-13, in an exciting...
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