Friday morning on the Primary Children’s Salt Lake Campus, Intermountain Healthcare announced additional details about the new facility being built in Lehi. Speculation on the future location is over. Its official home...

Ivory Homes Dixon Farm preliminary plat approved 4-1 New Year, New City Council. Lehi’s first City Council meeting of 2020 saw the first changed governing body since 2016, with...

As Lehi continues to add more housing units and residents to its burgeoning population, traffic, classroom overcrowding, lack of park facilities and construction challenges have created complaints throughout the city. The west...

Construction on the Public Safety Building on 100 East and 100 North began on Tuesday, June 18, with an official groundbreaking ceremony attended by Lehi Police Department and city officials. 

In February, the Lehi City Council unanimously voted to increase the age limit to 21 for legally buying tobacco products within City limits. With that law currently enforced throughout Lehi City, the...

Lehi Block Plant occupied the corner of 2100 North and 1200 West for the last 75 years. The property was sold to the Boyer Company over a year ago. The site will...

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...
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