Monthly Archives: January 2019

Industrial hemp, affordable housing and state coverage of school fees were main topics of discussion at the town hall held last Saturday by three...

During Lehi City Council meeting January 22, Lehi Mayor Mark Johnson and City Council members questioned Kim Struthers, head of Lehi Development Department, concerning...

Tech Summit expected to draw over 20,000 attendees More than 65 speakers are slated to speak at the Silicon Slopes sponsored Tech Summit held on...

Lehi High School’s cross-country star, Anna Martin, has been awarded the Gatorade Player of the Year in Utah for cross country. The award was...

Skyridge Basketball extended their winning streak to four games on Friday night with an on-the-road victory against the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles. This was...

The Skyridge High School Cheerleaders stand on their decorated wooden boxes and lead the crowd in chants and cheers during football season. They cheer...

Although nearly forty years have passed, students who attended Lehi High School during the early eighties still reminisce about the remarkable achievement that occurred...

Adobe hosted the first meeting for the Salt Lake chapter of Women Who Code on Wednesday, January 16. Women Who Code is a global,...

The Alpine School District School Board has elected a new leadership team. Lehi’s representative, Scott Carlson, will serve as President and Mark Clement (Pleasant...

Federal employees, Hutchings Museum, travelers, among those affected With Congress and President Trump still in a stalemate, Lehi residents and institutions are feeling the effects...
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