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Saratoga Springs fire crew's excellent service recognized
Brandon Park Estates gains approval from city
Follow this checklist when having a home inspected
Lehi leaders hear audit findings

Lehi getting new multi-use trail
Work will soon begin on the Lehi Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail. This project will connect the rail trail from the old train depot at 220 E. State Street with an existing pedestrian trail at 300 West and State Street. The trail will be a 10-foot wide multi-use trail. The entire project will be funded by federal dollars obtained through the Mountainland Association of Governments. Since it is b
The Ranches HOA loses millions in lawsuit
There has been some trouble brewing between The Ranches HOA and its sub-HOAs for a while now. That contention eventually ended up in court, and a ruling was made in favor of the sub-HOAs on March 4 in Judge Derek P. Pullan's court room. At issue were several actions that the Master Association took against homeowners and sub-HOAs and individual homeowners. Beginning in 2004, the Master Associat
American Fork leaders work on strategic goals
In February, the American Fork City Council worked with staff on the city's Strategic Goals Work Plan. That plan included five "statements" or goals: 1: Street management. City leaders have decided to prioritize a road project for every quadrant within the city. 200 South will be the priority project for the southwest quadrant. 2: Reduce debt. The city council hopes to find some opportunities to
Vehicle fire causes $125,000 in damage
At 4:30 a.m. on Feb. 12, the Eagle Mountain Fire Department was called to a road freight/transport vehicle file at 4084 Lake Mountain Road in Eagle Mountain. Fire crews arrived on scene at 4:39 a.m. to find a semi tractor that was engulfed in flames. When they arrived, the engine area, running gear and wheel area were on fire. The incident report states: "At 430 hours on Sunday, February 12,
New High School for Eagle Mountain
The first public hearing of the New Year was held during the January 17 Eagle Mountain city council meeting. The hearing concerned the building of the new Eagle Mountain High School. The high school would involve the rezoning of approximately 45 acres, converting formerly agricultural area into Residential. The proposed property would be located south of Cory Wride Memorial Park, west of Pony Expr
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