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Alpine gets temporary judges
Lehi Senior Center offers Horseshoe Pitching Club
Saratoga Springs Police Blotter
Youth football dynasty team at Westlake keeps rolling

Lehi Senior Center offers beginner computer class
The Lehi Senior Center is excited to offer a Beginner's Computer Class starting in October. The class is for anyone over the age of 60 who lives in the Lehi, Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain and Cedar Fort areas. It is free for members of the senior center and $2 for non-members. In this beginner class, seniors will learn about basic social media applications such as Facebook in order to stay con
Greatest Show on Earth features far-out tricks and stunts
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will shoot for the stars as the new and intergalactic "Out Of This World" show comes to town. For the first time, the circus production will have an actual storyline - a heroic space adventure of good versus evil. As the storyline unfolds, audience members learn that Ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson and the "Circus Starseeker" Paulo are on a journey t
Cedar Hills amends the city code
The Cedar Hills City Council made several amendments to the city code at its July 19 meeting. One amendment was in relation to smoking and electronic cigarettes and park curfew noise in city parks. While no smoking is listed as a park rule, it is not stated in the code. Language in the code now includes "lighted pipe, cigar, or cigarette of any kind; e-cigs or any other lighted smoking equipment."
American Fork appoints chief of police
The American Fork City Council has appointed Darren Falslev as chief of police of American Fork City, and he was issued the oath of office at the council's Aug. 9 council meeting. Darren Flaslev had been acting as interim police chief since Lance Call resigned in May of 2016. City staff and the council expressed appreciation and support to him and the city police department. Chief Falslev said it
Spotlight: Patterson Homes
Patterson Homes in Highland, Utah harkens back to Robert Thomas Patterson, who settled in Alpine with his family in the 1930s. His son, Robert Patterson II started building homes in Utah and Salt Lake Counties under the family name. With over 75 years of experience, they have constantly improved their craft to create superior homes for Utah families. When building a home, they consult with thei
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