Monthly Archives: February 2019

O’Neill to encourage high school and undergrads to pursue cancer research There are very few families not affected by the heartbreak of cancer. Loved ones...

“Recycle often. Recycle Right” is the motto for Waste Management, but many Lehi residents are recycling wrong. In a Lehi City Council pre-council meeting,...

Lehi’s state legislators moved their bills through the House and Senate during the fourth week of the legislative session, with many receiving broad support. Representative...

In the wee hours of Monday morning, activists opposed to the mining operations of Geneva Rock in the Traverse Mountain hillside, placed posters on...

After being defeated in last year’s state tournament semifinal, Lehi High School Girls Basketball returned to the tournament last Saturday, facing off against Pine...

Every country has their own take on the pancake, and The Original Pancake House has most of them on their menu. Founded in Portland,...

You may have heard that things are “hot” in Lehi’s technology businesses at “Silicon” Slopes, however, you may not know that things have been...

Lehi Legislators tackle a variety of issues in week three Lehi’s legislators spent the third week of the Utah legislative session working on a variety...

The Family Council of Utah, a statewide family and youth advocacy group, recognized three people from Lehi Junior High with an award on Wednesday,...

How to stay safe during an earthquake If you found yourself on Google searching, “what to do during an earthquake” early Friday morning, you’re not...
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