Saratoga Springs - Eagle Mountain - Lehi - Fairfield - Cedar Fort - Cedar Hills - American Fork - Highland - Alpine
The Crossroads Journal

Town council votes to pay elected officials
Ryan Poduska: Saratoga Springs's Newest City Council Member
Maverik headed to Saratoga Springs
Effective studying techniques

An age-appropriate chore list
The benefits of giving kids chores include increased confidence, responsibility and a sense of contribution to the family. It also shortens Mom's to-do list. Here are a few age-appropriate chores to get your kids started. Ages 2-4 • Put toys away • Clean up spills • Dust some surfaces • Wipe light switches/doorways • Get dressed • Feed pet Ages 5-7 • All of the above • Help load/
Lehi holding steady with its budget
LEHI -- Lehi's city council has approved the city budget for 2017-2018. "The proposals presented for funding in this budget reflect the needs of our rapidly growing community and focuses funding on the goal set forth by the council of helping Lehi continue to develop as a family‐centric community," Mayor Bert Wilson said in his introduction to the budget. "We need more time for our Par
Lehi Fire holds open house
LEHI -- Lehi City Fire Department will celebrate Fire Prevention Week October 8-14 with a Monday, October 9 public open house at Station 81,176 North Center Street. At the open house, residents can tour the fire prevention trailer and chat with Community Emergency Response Team members about their role in the city. Children can enjoy the Kids Zone with a hydrant prop, hose rolls, kids coloring
State audits Lone Peak Fire Department
By Linda Petersen The Office of the State Auditor recently released a review of the Lone Peak Fire Department. The audit was performed after the auditor's office hotline received "numerous allegations of impropriety regarding various aspects of Lone Peak Fire Department," according to a letter sent to Alpine Mayor and Board Chair Sheldon Wimmer included with the report which was released August 2
Eagle Mountain hosts writers' workshop
EAGLE MOUNTAIN -- Eagle Mountain Arts Alliance (EMAA) held their Writing Workshop in Eagle Mountain on September 9, at Black Ridge Elementary School. The event hosted 70 writers from around Utah and several out of state attendees (Arizona, and Idaho). Participants could choose from 21 different classes the attendees taught by 18 different instructors from authors just starting out, to authors w
Next 10 articles


Sign in with your Facebook account
Sign in with your Crossroads Journal account

Don't have an account?
Register using Facebook Login | Register w/ The Crossroads Journal