Monthly Archives: November 2020

In a world where everything is changing, our kids need teachers more than ever. Their teachers are...

Like many home-grown small business stories, “Rod Works began in a small shop out behind their house,” said Aaron Brackett, Operations Director...

As a kid, I loved to walk downtown to Lehi Main Street and stop into the stores between Main and Center Street...

A Czech Republic holiday tradition of providing Christmas presents for seniors has made its way to Lehi’s Covington Senior Living with their...

Lehi’s new middle school will be closed to students who live outside its boundaries, the Alpine School District Board of Education voted...

Hey Lehi, this has been a tough year, and it is no secret that many of our local businesses have suffered greatly...

Lehi, Utah | November 20, 2020 – According to a release by Lehi City, the organizer of a local Halloween Party has...

Stacy Bateman will join the Alpine School District Board after defeating incumbent Scott Carlson earlier this month in the General Election. Bateman...

Last school year we were fortunate to finish both the fall and winter seasons without disruption. Then COVID-19 suddenly reared its ugly...

Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar, explores the effect of power and betrayal in ancient Rome. When trusted friends assassinate Julius Caesar, his beloved general,...
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