After living through six months of quarantine, I have been reflecting on the experiences of my ancestors, who were infected with influenza during the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic. My grandfather, Morris Holmstead...

Lehi’s Kade Evans cut his teeth and learned to walk about the same time he started going to rodeos. He even participated in the “Little Britches” rodeo...

Lehi Heritage Day 2020 Honoree, Lily Southwick, became the first female Sergeant serving in the history of Lehi City Police Department earlier this month. It is not...

Arden and Cheryle Tuckett, the original owners of the Lehi Bakery, spent much of their lives bringing joy to the community with their tasty baked goods, including...

Just three months before the coronavirus global pandemic upended everyone’s lives, Karin Brown and her family were going through a major job change that seemed overwhelming at the time. She asked herself,...

When Brent and Valerie Tuckett came to run the Lehi Bakery in 1980, they were doing more than carrying on a great family tradition—they were carrying on...

Randy and Nancy Blackburn, have been involved in our community in a plethora of ways. Nancy taught at Sego Lily Elementary for 34 years, enriching the lives of hundreds, while Randy has...

From Lehi Junior High School principal and community movie coordinator to 4-H leader and float maker, Jim and Pat Gray have always loved making Lehi a great...

Lehi City Councilman Paul Hancock lives in Traverse Mountain and has raised his four children in Lehi with his wife, Cindy. Hancock has served on the Lehi City...

Karla Nielsen, center back, teaches first through fourth graders at Lehi Elementary Lynn Nielsen in his scout uniform just a year after his family moved to Lehi....
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