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Lehi lifeguards do well at state competition
Lehi Legacy Center and outdoor pool lifeguards won several awards at a July 31 state competition. Competing against 23 teams in 14 events, which tested their skills in water and first aid skills, outdoor pools lifeguards took first, third, fifth and 10th place awards while Legacy Center lifeguards won a fourth-place award. "We want the guests who visit our pools to be safe and assured that they a
City of American Fork appoints police chief
Caption: American Fork Chief of Police Darren Falslev. Photo courtesy of American Fork City Darren Falslev has been named as the new American Fork police chief. Falslev has been serving as the interim chief since May 25 when former Chief Lance Call left to pursue other opportunities. Falslev is no stranger to the department having served there since 1992, which makes him the city's longest-ser
Precision Concrete Lifting corrects settling problems
Concrete lifting is a way to overcome the problems presented by settling concrete. Instead of replacing concrete that is no longer in line, it can repair the damage at much reduced cost. Unfortunately for Utah residents, the soil here is especially prone to settling, which means this problem will be widespread throughout the state. Everything from driveways to porches and patios can be affected. N
Highland raises pressurized irrigation rate
At the Highland City Council Meeting held June 14, a resolution to adopt the certified tax rate was approved by unanimous vote. The resolution approving the approval and adoption of the final budget (2016-2017) was also discussed. The motion to accept was substituted by CM Ed Dennis with an additional stipulation of $20,000 for a revenue study to come from reserves. Gary LeCheminant reviewed the g
Collaboration: The Model That Works in the 21st Century
To best address our growing social, political, and economic problems, I believe humanity needs to incorporate the Collaboration Model in the 21st Century, rather than continue with the age-old Dominance Model, if we are to move away from poverty and war and toward prosperity and peace. The Collaboration Model has as its highest priority the caring for people. Its focus is the creation of mutual
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