When Linda and Kenny Norris were raising their three kids, Brad, Ken, and Jan, summers were a family affair, traveling from one high school rodeo to another all over the Utah and surrounding states....

The Adobe building in Lehi features many windows that look out on the mountains and Utah Lake, but there are plenty of blank interior walls for artwork. The subject of the Lehi Adobe building’s...

Come one, come all to the world famous Lehi Round-Up Rodeo! This year the Lehi Round-Up Rodeo will be celebrating 81 years of every Lehi citizen’s favorite tradition, the PRCA rodeo. In my opinion,...

Yearbook Day is always one of the best days of the entire school year. Friends sign each other’s books with wishes of a great summer, recollections, and sometimes even a sincere compliment. After summer,...

Charles Barnes Jr and Orrin Porter Rockwell shared a fence line in Lehi, Utah territory Mormon Pioneer Charles Barnes Jr. (1827-1911) of Staffordshire, England, was an early settler of the northern Utah County town of...

Jenny and Ron Doan, founders of the Missouri Star Quilt Company, brought their quilts and their well-rehearsed, “working trunk show” to Lehi last Friday and Saturday, May 4 and 5. Hundreds of quilt enthusiasts...

Skyridge softball coach Riley White auctioned off his strawberry blonde hair at the softball banquet held April 30 at Skyridge High School. The softball banquet and fundraiser had parents and friends digging deep in...

If you were passing the LDS church on 500 East in Lehi on Saturday night, you may have heard a loud “Let my People Go!” shouted by an enthusiastic congregation. Not to worry. Nationally...

More than 100 years ago, the Lehi Silver Band Wagon caused quite a stir. In the mid 1890s, local artist Edwin Evans was commissioned to paint the new Lehi Silver Band Wagon, which featured highly...

When Randy Shepherd pruned his orchard recently, he left a wheelbarrow full of twigs in his yard. These twigs were headed to the green waste dumpster. Michelle, Randy’s wife, had other ideas. She grabbed...