The Utah Food Bank and The United States Department of Agriculture is once again offering free meals for children under 18 at three Lehi parks all summer. Food trucks with prepared meals will be at...

By all accounts, the Lehi Round-Up is one of the highlights of the year for the community of Lehi. What’s even more interesting is it’s been that way since the pioneers first settled Lehi. In...

With six good-lookin’ sisters, I had many boy friends growing up. “Let’s play at your house,” they would say. “What’s there to do at my house?” I would counter. “How about getting your sisters...

The Utah Giant Pumpkin Growers brought their scales and forklifts to the parking lot near the Thanksgiving Point Water Tower on Saturday, September 29, to find out whose name would be added to the...

The cast and crew of the Lehi Arts Council summer musical have overcome many obstacles to produce the epic “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” The show runs from Friday, July 20 to Saturday, July...

When Nathaniel Wall and his wife Virginia moved to Lehi in 2005, they had a dream and goal of starting a Christian church focused on helping others come to know Jesus Christ and...

Two Lehi men, Matt Flake and Joe Coccimiglio, have decided to do something big this holiday season to help people celebrate the Christmas season and to support refugee families. The men have...

For the last ten weeks the Lehi Arts Center has been filled with kids rehearsing for sold-out shows this weekend and last weekend. The five to eight-year-old group of children performed The Lion King...

The Lehi Arts Center, 685 North Center Street, has packed the summer calendar with opportunities for kids to experience a real theater production, art classes for children and adults, and a weekly Sunday evening...

It was two days before the junior prom and here I was co-chairman of the most wonderful high school event of the year and I didn’t have a date. My mom tried to assure...
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