Melissa Lott Smith Bernhisel Willes and the Winn families of Lehi were once residents The house at 241 South 200 West is one of the oldest houses standing in Lehi, Utah, today. From all indications...

The Lehi Arts Council will present “The Drowsy Chaperone,” a Tony Award-winning musical, starting Friday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m., with shows until Saturday, April 14. Tickets are available online and at the door...

Alpine School District held their annual High School Art Show at the University Mall in Orem, and the entries were on display from March 14 to March 31. The paintings, photography, mixed media pieces,...

The Alpine School District has a ballroom dance program for elementary schools, complete with a curriculum and competitions. It’s not always easy to find qualified coaches to implement the program, however. When ballroom program...

Students at Meadow Elementary in Lehi learned the true meaning of Helen Keller’s quote, “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much,” as they collected school supplies for an English...

Lehi came together to keep water where it belonged For those who lived it, the spring of 1983 will never be forgotten. Unlike this year, the city of Lehi faced unprecedented runoff.  A combination of...

Students at Traverse Mountain Elementary will be performing Beauty and the Beast Jr. in their auditorium from Thursday, March 22 – 24 at 6:30 p.m. with a matinee on Saturday, March 24 at 2...

Victor Williamson was a teacher at Central Elementary in Pleasant Grove, Utah, when the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded on live TV in his classroom, January 28, 1986. Christa McAuliffe, a social studies teacher from...

Renaissance Academy, a charter school in Lehi with kindergarten through ninth grade students, is presenting their production of Willy Wonka from Thursday, March 15, through Saturday, March 17. Dorian Kinder, Music and Drama teacher...

For the past 11 years, Chef Nettie Frank has called Lehi home. With her hands in many pots, Frank said that what drew her family to Lehi was that it was close enough to...