A young boy’s summer in Lehi in 1955 started with bicycles, skateboards, kites, carved boats, cars, rubber guns, paper airplanes, mitts and fishing gear. When I was seven years...

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...

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...

For Skyridge High School graduate Courtney Custer, the new hospital regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic means facing recovery from a devastating injury without any visitors.  “She’s a very strong...

The Lehi High School gym was filled to capacity for the Miss Lehi Competition on Saturday, June 22, 2019. The backdrop on the stage was the coast of Greece, created by Randy Blackburn for...

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...

The Lehi Arts Council production of Mamma Mia! is playing tonight, Thursday, August 8, through Saturday, August 17 at the Lehi Arts Center, 685 North Center Street, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Shows are Thursday...

Petting zoos have been popular with young children for generations, but the healing effects of farm animals for adults is relatively new. “Healing with the Homies” is a therapy animal farm in Lehi, bringing...

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...

Virus preyed on the healthy, robbing young families of fathers, mothers, children Irene Wanlass was the apple of her mother’s eye. The oldest of six children, she was her...
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