Opinion

The “Letters to the Editor” section is an open platform for all points of view, on any topic which concerns our readers. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the Lehi Free Press.

Dear Editor, As Lehi City Planning Staff, we wanted to respond to the November 9, 2020 Letter to the Editor in the Lehi Free Press from Mr. Dave Hoyt...

Dear Editor, Historic Lehi Main Street, in many ways, represents the problems communities face across this nation. Sure, issues vary, but the reasons are the same; naive or crooked...

When the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune announced there would be no more hard copy, daily papers, it was like a dagger to my heart. My family has been involved in...

Funding public education in Utah has been an ongoing dilemma for legislators, educators, and citizens for decades. With Utah legislators and Governor Herbert pushing for an amendment to the Utah Constitution to...

On this day, Oct. 22, in 1931, the Lehi Sun reported the following: Fire Department summoned to Anderson home: “A small patch of shingles...

Watching others without saying a word has brought a lot of insight to me. That’s been my volunteer job over the past five years as I’ve observed judges in action throughout Utah. 

With the demolition of the last original section of Lehi High School this year, memories of those by-gone days brought a flood of emotion to those who graduated...

There are many groups whose unique and critical contributions to public safety during this year’s pandemic have been well recognized. To the obvious list of public responders, police and...

Prop 9 creates the separation of powers - Currently, three commissioners have legislative and executive authority, which means two people dictate all laws and decisions through a majority vote. Prop 9 would...

Alpine School District is the largest school district in Utah. It has over 80,000 students and nearly 10,000 employees. It has an annual budget that exceeds $600 million, and most of the...
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