A little over ten years ago I sat in a meeting during the middle of the financial crisis we now call “The Great Recession,” The speaker was a respected leader in the...

When I started whispering to my pal during the first day of class while Mr. Byron Memmott was announcing class expectations, course guidelines, and behavioral issues, he simply stopped, gave me a...

OPINION, by: Matt Hemmert, Lehi City Planning Commission Chairman As our municipal election cycle calms down and our state and federal election cycles spin up, I’ve noticed trends in...

OPINION, by: Paul Hancock. Hancock serves on the Lehi City Council As a follow up to the Ivory Homes/Jonsson Mink deal that was recently approved, I wanted to...

Lehi City will focus on three primary objectives in 2020 which have generated much discussion. They are all related in some specific way to the issue that has concerned many in our...

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...

What do you get when you combine a garden in the desert, a breathtaking sculpture, and an exhibit that honors more than 100 women who have shaped Utah’s history? The Utah Women’s Walk at Thanksgiving...

Whenever a new school is built, I stand back and watch the most important thing for everyone involved to decide. What will the new mascot be?! Political neutrality must be adhered to at all...

During the Great Depression (1929-1933) holiday meals were different than today’s fare at most tables. It was a rare luxury to have enough bread and butter, vegetables, a meat dish, and a dessert to...

In 1968 my brothers Jim and John, along with friends, Kyle Zimmerman, Rob Yates and Guy Sorenson spent countless hours building a two-hole golf course in Wines Park. Both holes on the make-shift course...
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