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Survey shows women generally not interested in public office
Upcoming trips and events hosted by the Lehi Senior Center
American Fork welcomes everyone to Steel Days
Cedar Fort adopts 2018-2019 budget

Redwood Road project moves to second phase
The UDOT Redwood Road project in Saratoga Springs, which began last summer, is anticipated to be complete this fall. In the meantime, work including microsurfacing, pavement striping and landscaping continues. In the first phase of the project south of Pioneer Crossing the new five-lane road from 400 South to Lake View Terrace Road opened in recent weeks. Dual left-turn lanes on Grandview Boule
Local carpet cleaning business uses essential oils to enhance cleaning process
Three years ago, Cory Newton, a Saratoga Springs resident, started a family-owned and operated carpet cleaning business, Nature Pro Cleaning. This local business specializes in using essential oils in their cleaning solution instead of harsh chemicals to clean carpets. The quality of products is what sets Nature Pro Cleaning apart from other companies. They use truck mounted hot water extractio
July Library Events
American Fork Library Bring your children for story time on any Tuesday at either 10:30 or 11:00 a.m. They can also participate in new mini-events each Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Every Thursday, except the July 19, there are special classes for teenagers ages 11-18. The teens can experiment with new art styles, including acrylics, watercolors, and oil paintings. Join the American Fork Library
July Community Events
Food Truck Rallies Every Monday in Alpine (Legacy Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Monday in Saratoga Springs (Neptune Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Tuesday in Eagle Mountain (3688 E Campus Dr.) from 5:30 - 9 p.m. Every Tuesday in Cedar Hills (Heritage Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Wednesday in Lehi (Wines Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Saratoga Springs is hosting its annual summer concert series at Neptune
Jury finds against city, former mayor in lawsuit
ALPINE A jury has ordered the city and former Mayor Don Watkins to pay $1,756,000 in damages to Patterson Construction. Patterson filed suit against the city and Watson in March 2014. The lawsuit claimed the city had breached the terms of a March 2011 settlement and a previous 1992 settlement regarding a 54-lot subdivision known as the Box Elder subdivision that Patterson was trying to develo
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