Monthly Archives: December 2020

As it turned out, the biggest sports story of the year wasn’t about team or individual accomplishments, but about what never happened...

Many industries have fallen victim to 2020 and Coronavirus's woes, but Utah real estate isn't one of them. Utah...

With Governor Gary Herbert retiring after serving 11 years as Utah's longest-serving governor, Utah voters elected Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox and Senator...

2020 brought more than its share of chaos and natural disasters, including hitting Lehi with the largest threat in decades on Saturday,...

Dry Creek Lake has gone from being a big idea to a reality during the last 12 months. On 55-acres on the...

The Alpine School District (ASD) is building a new middle school in Lehi just north of Timpanogos Highway. The ASD held open...

The award-winning Joseph D. Adams Public Safety Building officially opened on Thursday, October 29, after 16 months of construction. Among the new...

The four-mile stretch of I-15 between Lehi Main Street and State Route 92, or the “Technology Corridor,” is finally complete after more...

It was a scene, as one teacher put it, reminiscent of Chernobyl.  Lunch boxes were in cubbies. Coats remained...

At this time last year, who would have thought we would all be wearing masks to the grocery store throughout the holidays?...
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