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Four City Council members met on March 12 to discuss, approve, or deny 22 agenda items. Among the items were three issues related to...

Renewed focus on buses will determine priorities and potential changes to current and future service In a press release on Thursday, March 6, UTA announced...

15,000 homes in the Navajo Nation have no access to electricity Lehi’s Power Department is one of 22 other utilities from across the country committed...

Legislators comment on tax reform After a lengthy and highly attended hearing and three proposed revisions, the Senate Business and Labor Committee voted Monday to...

Work Session: Nearly two hours spent debating financial responsibility of improvement in Thanksgiving Point Last Tuesday, Lehi City Council, Mayor Mark Johnson and City staffers...

Megan Murff, founder of Cahoots Fitness in Lehi, said she started the business with moms in mind. Her focus on offering quality movement classes...

In February, the Real Salt Lake Foundation announced the “Scoring for Schools” program to aid local elementary schools. The $250,000 donation from the RSL...

Mining bill passes House 51-20 A gravel mining bill which could have a high impact on Traverse Mountain residents passed the House 51-20 and will...

In February 26 Pre-Council Meeting, all City Council members heard a report from Lehi City Assistant Administrator, Cameron Boyle, outlining each departments’ goals, strategies...

During the public input section of Lehi City Council meeting on February 26, former Lehi City Mayor and City Council member, Ron Smith, questioned...
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