Hutchings Museum sponsors trip to Mongolia and Nepal “Long, but amazing” is the resounding statement about the Hutchings Museum trek to Mongolia and Mount Everest Base Camp. In an...

In the late 1990s, Utah County owned a 37- acre gravel pit on the boundary of American Fork, Highland and Lehi at approximately 6800 W. 9200 North, Highland. It had been a...

New Cold War exhibit planned The Hutchings Museum is creating a new exhibit to honor people from the community who served the in the United States military during the...

Antelope Island State Park is home to one of the nation’s largest and oldest public bison herds. Each year hundreds of horseback riders round up nearly 700 bison on the island and...

November 8, Lehi’s Keith Hall was honored by Freedom Elementary for his service in the military. He was also there to help retire the flag that flew at the school since its...

Lehi resident Belle Wade always has her ears perked up for opportunities to help a good cause. When Wade met Ivan Gonzalez, the founder of the non-profit organization Best Seat in the...

The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) and their project partners; the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), Wasatch Front Regional Council, the Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG), Salt Lake County, and the cities of...

I tasted my first pine nut when I was eight years old. I didn’t care much for the shell, but the meat was a delicious treat. I soon learned how to bite...

On November 4, Clay Christensen, President of Mountainland Technical College (MTECH) announced a partnership with Ford Motor Company, Larry H. Miller Dealerships and MTECH in training automotive technicians. The partnership is the...

On Friday night, August 3, 2001, Officer Joseph D. Adams watched as two men in their 20s got into a Chevy Cavalier at the La Casa Supper Club (now Sabaidee Thai) on...
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