The Miss Lehi’s Outstanding Teen competition was presented last Saturday despite COVID-19 restrictions creating a date and venue change. Seven impressive young ladies had prepared for months...

Several bills dealing with conditions created by COVID-19 were passed by the Utah legislature in their special session last Thursday, June 18. Lehi legislators took varying positions on some of the main...

As Lehi revs up for the Fourth of July and all of its festivities, there are a few key firework safety principles to keep in mind to keep all Lehi residents protected. 

Time for a new City Hall? Lehi recently held two public open houses to share the first...

The following is a reprint of a column written by the late Betty Fowler, editor of the Lehi Free Press for nearly 25 years.  Fatherhood…it creates a unique creature....

Utah Valley University’s Thanksgiving Point satellite campus continues to expand to offer additional educational opportunities and partnerships between the university and business communities. The campus, located at 2912 Executive Parkway, opened in...

Elva Tingey had a voice that many old-time Lehi residents would recognize in a minute. As founder and owner of Tingey’s Country Store (currently the home of Rodworks in West Lehi), her...

Café Namasthe, 1438 E Main Street Suite 12 behind Texas Roadhouse, was ready to open for dine-in customers in March when restaurants all over the country closed...

A wet spring and a fuller Utah Lake will likely lead to higher mosquito populations this summer.  “We have a very full lake and, consequently, that floods back and...

The Alpine School District will see a reduced budget during the 2020-2021 fiscal year due to an anticipated dip in state funding due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The tentative...
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