Monthly Archives: November 2019

The Just For Kids seventh annual volleyball tournament on Saturday, November 16, was a massive success thanks to local sponsors, volunteers, and...

Emotions were high as the Lehi Pioneer football team took the field in the State Semi-Final game last weekend at Rice Eccles...

AMERICAN FORK, UT – Nov. 12, 2019 – People’s Intermountain Bank, which has been operating as Bank of American Fork, Lewiston State...

Antelope Island State Park is home to one of the nation’s largest and oldest public bison herds. Each year hundreds of horseback...

November 8, Lehi’s Keith Hall was honored by Freedom Elementary for his service in the military. He was also there to help...

“Traffic is just going to get worse,” said Lehi City Civil Engineer Ross Dinsdale at the beginning of the Planning Commission work...

Lehi resident Belle Wade always has her ears perked up for opportunities to help a good cause. When Wade met Ivan Gonzalez,...

The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) and their project partners; the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), Wasatch Front Regional Council, the Mountainland Association...

The Lehi High School volleyball team entered the 5A tournament as the number six seed. This was the Pioneers first year as...

The embezzlement case against former Lehi Streets Superintendent, Wade Allred continues. The former Lehi Streets boss was terminated in October after the...
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