For holiday travelers and shoppers on Saturday, November 30, traffic problems were bigger than anyone could have imagined in Lehi when I-15--both northbound and southbound lanes--were closed for nearly 10 hours after...

2019 was “the year of the mink” in Lehi. As residential growth continued to expand throughout the City, remaining local mink farmers faced the ultimate decision of staying or going. Although a...

Early in 2002, Lehi City officials recognized the need for parks in north Lehi. Ivory Homes had acquired nearly 400 acres of property from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints...

“This was the home of my dreams and now I don’t feel safe here,” said Anna Stewart after her home was flooded on May 17, 2019 at the height of the Spring...

Lehi City will see a change on the City Council bench in 2020. The 2019 municipal election saw a field of 14 candidates vying for three seats, in which all incumbents were...

Lehi City saw its biggest scandal in modern history with the termination of longtime Streets Superintendent, Wade Allred, who is suspected of embezzling $791,000. Allred is accused of committing fraud with his...

Waste Collection fee to increase over 30%. LPD partners with new software company, Banjo. The Lehi City Council met Tuesday, December 3 for a work session in Council Chambers...

For Lehi antique junkies, the Nook and Cranny has been a beloved one-stop-shop for all things vintage. The beloved store is closing its doors after 14 years of operation to move onto...

Mayor calls for slow down on Lehi Block T.O.D. project The Lehi City Council met in council chambers for a 33-item agenda on Tuesday November 19. All members were...

On Wednesday October 30, less than one week from Election Day, Thanksgiving Point residents from different neighborhoods in the area, hosted a City Council candidate Town-Hall. The meeting was held in the Thanksgiving Point...
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