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Celebrate Every Day! National Senior Citizen Month in September
Fee increases for Cedar Hills residents
American Fork firefighter recognized as Fireman of the Year
Highland approves budget

Alpine moves forward on PI meter project
ALPINE — The city council has chosen a contractor for the first two phases of the installation of pressurized irrigation meters citywide. The low bidder, Craig F. Sorensen Construction, submitted a bid for $230,745 for the first phase of the project which was 12 percent below the city's engineering consultant's estimate. (A second bid by S&L, Inc. was for $363,250.) In the first phase, Soren
Northern Utah County Notes
ALPINE Residents can enjoy a food truck rally every Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. at Legacy Park, 50 S Main, Alpine. The rally has new food trucks each week with music in the park. Check out their Facebook page for upcoming information each week. AMERICAN FORK Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry has launched a Toilet Paper 1OK Challenge which is open all ages and abilities, individuals, groups, busines
Police emerge the winners in blood battle
Caption: Lehi Fire Chief Jeremy Craft gives blood at the Battle of the Badges. LEHI — The police department emerged victorious over their firefighting peers in a Battle of the Badges blood drive held July 11 at the Legacy Center. For weeks prior both departments tried to drum up support for the drive on their FB pages, promising prizes and food trucks for participants Between 2 and 8 p.m.
Town council continues work on ordinances
FAIRFIELD — Town council members are still hard at work overhauling the town's ordinances. Council member RL Panek will get help from Preferred Paving and Deputy Recorder Vonda Cook to help to write the town's road standards, he told the council June 14. Mayor Brad Gurney would like the road ordinance written and approved as soon as possible. He told the council he was particularly concerned
Junior high principal is named HERO
Caption: American Fork Jr. High Principal Jeff Schoonover has made a significant difference in the life of one of his students. AMERICAN FORK — Every day—even in the summer—American Fork Jr. High Principal Jeff Schoonover is thinking about his students and how he can help them. However, he was recently recognized as an American Fork HERO for going above and beyond that normal thoughtfulness to
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