It was 5:00 a.m. New Year’s morning 1959. There was a howling blizzard freezing the darkness. Blinding snowflakes prevented me from being able to see more than thirty feet ahead of me as I...

I planted my toe at the foul lane to cut off the opposing player who had a trickle of blood on his lip. We were old rivals but good friends. I smiled at him...

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...

I snuggled as deep as possible into my old war-surplus sleeping bag on a very cold and windy November night in the Fall of 1957.  Dad told me to stay in my sleeping bag...

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...

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...

A boot camp student of mine sent me a wonderful article by fitness guru and trainer LaRue E. Cook, MHA, JD. The article was called “Pounds vs Inches.”  In this article, the author explained...

In the early 1960’s research was put forward that called for bigger high schools. These schools would provide more opportunities for less cost. It is important to note that this research called for increasing...

When a long- time Lehi resident hears complaints about recent snowstorms, this response is likely, “You don’t even know about snowstorms. Let me tell you about the snow of ’49 and ’83.” In the...

It’s that time of year again. The holidays are upon us and most of us are desperate to find a way to enjoy all the great foods that come with the season while staying...
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