The Lehi Free Press is a news and information website and weekly printed newspaper. The paper is available for purchase at Lehi area retail locations, or by subscription.
Publisher: Sally Fowler Francom
Francom was born and raised in Lehi. She graduated from Lehi High School and from BYU with a degree in Communications/Media Sales Management and English. Her career in broadcasting, publishing and media spans 30 years. She started her broadcasting career in sales at KUTV, the local CBS affiliate in Utah. Over the years, she worked in sales and management in Utah at KTVX (ABC TV affiliate), KSTU Fox 13, KSFI (radio) and iHeartMedia (radio). Her last management position in broadcasting was Director of Marketing and Sales Promotion at KTVX in Salt Lake City.
During her years in the Bay Area, she worked for The New York Times in digital sales and for five years was a publisher at Streetwise Reports, overseeing the publication of The Gold Report and The Critical Metals Report, two web-based financial magazines focused on sharing investment advice in the resource sector.
Currently, Francom is also the principal in a sister company, Copperlight Communications, consulting local firms to increase sales, brand awareness and public profile.
Executive Editor: Donna Barnes
Barnes is a lifelong Lehi resident. She graduated from Lehi High School, attended Utah State University, and graduated from BYU. She has been involved in education as a teacher, counselor, adjunct professor at UVU, and school board member for over 40 years. Barnes has served as an Alpine School Board member, Trustee for Intermountain Healthcare, and a Lehi planning commission member. She also owned and operated Scrooge and Marleys, a local gift and furniture store, for almost 20 years.
She is the wife of Marlin Barnes, the mother of five children: Bob, Becky, Ginn, Rusty, and Randy, and the grandmother of 18.
Assignment Editor, Staff Writer, Graphic Artist, Photographer: Kaye Collins
Kaye Collins has spent most of her working career as a high school band director, although she is also the owner of Kaye Collins Photography and is a freelance graphic artist. She has lived in Lehi since 1996 and has seen many changes in the community. Kaye served on the Lehi City Council for one term. She is married to Edward Collins and is the mother of three adult sons.
Office Manager: Edyn Johnson
Staff Writer: Nicole Kunze
Staff Writer: Autumn Cook
Staff Writer, Photographer: Scott Church
Photographer: Wendi Klein