What could be better that a smoked brisket lunch and an opportunity to help the homeless at the same time? Kenny Knight, owner of Rage Fitness on 288 E. Main Street in...

A childhood love of Legos led Wes Gardner to open his first toy store in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 2010. Nine years later, Teton Toys, located at 1438 E Main Street, has...

The NASA Mobile Destination Station came to Thanksgiving Point last Thursday, May 17, giving future space explorers a chance to see what it’s like to be inside a real space station. They brought along...

I’m excited to write an article for the Lehi Free Press about real estate in our city. It combines two things that I care deeply about, the Lehi Free Press and Real Estate. Growing up...

CK Massage and Spa in East Lehi, suddenly closed Sunday September 15. The local massage parlor’s closing came as a surprise to employees and customers. “They told us (the employees) all last...

As the role of technology in modern life continues to expand, work opportunities in the field of technology development are exploding. Here in Lehi, a collaboration between software development company Xactware and MTECH (formerly...

Lehi’s Dennis and Lisa Schoonover recently purchased a new Polaris RZR all-terrain vehicle at Karl Malone Chrysler Dodge Jeep in Heber City. Much to the couple’s surprise, former All Pro Utah Jazz power forward...

On Saturday, November 4th 7-10 p.m., Legends Boxing is hosting their first annual Police vs Fire Fight Night at the Karl Malone Training Center in Lehi. Local police, firefighters, U.S. Marshals, investigators, and parole...

Thanksgiving Point announced that it has joined Museums for All, a signature access program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), administered by the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM), to encourage...

For Lehi antique junkies, the Nook and Cranny has been a beloved one-stop-shop for all things vintage. The beloved store is closing its doors after 14 years of operation to move onto...
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