Monthly Archives: May 2019

The blacktop playground at Eaglecrest Elementary in Lehi was filled with food trucks, balloons, teachers, students, and parents on Monday, May 21, to celebrate...

On a typical school day, Officer Greg Neer of the Lehi Police Department can be found walking the halls and talking with...

The Lehi Police Department will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint on SR 145 MM 4.4 (600 East Pioneer Crossing) beginning Friday, May 24,...

The Lehi Round-Up Celebration Committee and the Lehi Civic Improvement Association have announced that Bert and Taunya Wilson have been named Grand Marshals...

A Lehi man and employee with the Utah County Sheriff's Office Forensic Unit will be criminally charged for stealing drugs stored as evidence. A...

Jonathan Sherman and Michael Carrasco spoke to Lehi City Council members and Mayor Mark Johnson during the public input session of Lehi City Council...

In the Lehi City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 14, the City Council Chambers room was full, as was the foyer, as residents...

“It was a perfect storm,” stated Gary Thomas, Assistant Water Director, describing the events that led up to the flooding of the playground at...

Duties and benefits detailed This fall, any Lehi resident who wishes to enter local politics and change the future...

A small, 120-year-old house with thick adobe walls, a quirky layout, and in need of some significant updates, is not the kind of...
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