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New Miss Lehi crowned
Miss Lehi Royalty: From left, Third Attendant Alexis Jensen, Second Attendant Abby Garner, Miss Lehi 2017 Kadee Jo Jones and First Attendant Aliese Bumgardner Miss Lehi Contestants: Ten local young women (pictured here with Miss Lehi 2016 Jacki Thacker) competed in the Miss Lehi scholarship contest and performed a special "Beach Party" number. Kadee Jo Jones, 18, has been named Miss Lehi 2017. Her attendants are: First Attendant, Aliese Bumgardner, Second Attendant, Abby Garner and Third A
Smith's Marketplace opens to rave reviews
All bets and guesses have come and gone as to when the new Smith's Marketplace will open. Customers are saying it was worth the wait.The Saratoga Springs area Smith's Market place ribbon cutting event and grand opening was attended by a huge crowd of excited shoppers June 7th. Mayor Jim Miller welcomed the new business to the community.  Many local officials, and Lehi Area Chambers  representatives joined in the festivities.  The new store is bright and clean, well organized and well stocked
June Lehi Area Chamber Report
The Lehi Area Chamber of commerce serves the cities of Lehi, Saratoga Springs, and Eagle Mountain, including the surrounding communities. What is the chamber of commerce? "The Chamber of Commerce is an interconnected group of businesses and professionals working together to increase local commerce and to serve their communities more effectively than can be done individually." The chamber has the following events during June 2017. The chamber had their June Luncheon at the Adobe building in Le
Major players move to Lehi
Silicon Slopes, a nonprofit organization that promotes Utah's startup and tech community, has opened its new headquarters in Lehi at 2600 West Executive Pkwy (Suite 140), Thanksgiving Point. Gov. Gary Herbert spoke at the Silicon Slopes opening ceremony on May 17. Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox also attended. At the ribbon cutting Provo Mayor John Curtis was honored as the first recipient of the Silicon Slopes Community Hero award for his support during the company's early growth. Young Living Essen
Lehi Round-Up Royalty
From left, Jayna Scadden, first attendant, Kassadee Jones, queen and Bailee Noble, second attendant. 'Join the tradition' at the greatest show on dirt…the 80th annual Lehi Round-Up Rodeo. There is nothing comparable to watching the grand entry with the music, flags, cowgirls and Mount Timpanogos looming to the east. The Lehi Round-Up Rodeo royalty was chosen in April and they are looking forward to meeting all the great fans that attend this action-packed PRCA rodeo, which will be held June 2
Enjoy a variety of music at Lehi's Arts in the Park series
The Lehi City Arts Council's Arts in the Park series will kick off its season Sunday, June 18 with a performance by Wasatch Revival. The free family concerts are held from 7 to 8 p.m. on Sunday evenings through Aug. 20 at Wines Park, 50 North Center. Bring a blanket or lawn chair for open seating. See the summer lineup below for a list of performers. Arts in the Park summer lineup: June 18 Wasatch Revival June 25 Joshua Creek July 2 Lehi Symphonic Band and Lehi Chorale July 9
Lehi officials consider mountain bike trail proposal
Some local families plan to apply for a Utah State Parks and Recreation Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant to fund a four- to five-mile mountain bike trail on city-owned property at Traverse Mountain. They brought their proposal to the Lehi City Council and mayor to discuss it with them on April 25. The grant is a 50/50 match and half of the 50 percent match could be from in-kind donations. The families said they are hoping to get $40,000 from the grant and $40,000 from Lehi City, with half
Events for all ages planned for Lehi Round-Up celebration
Several new activities have been added to Lehi's 2017 Round-Up Celebration week including: a skateboarding competition, a pet show and teen laser tag event. "Lehi Roundup is a favorite time of year to celebrate our community and traditions. Our week-long celebration has activities for all ages to enjoy. Our goal is to make Lehi Round-Up week a favorite time of year for everyone who participates!" says Pam Gordon, a member of the Lehi celebration committee. This year's Round-Up Grand Marsha
Northern Utah Notes
Alpine Alpine City has made some changes to its dog ordinance. As part of the Lone Peak Public Safety District, the city does not issue dog licenses. Instead, the North Utah Valley Animal Shelter sets the licensing fees and collects them for all of the cities in the district. The Alpine ordinance was changed to reflect that. The city council also repealed the city's hobby breeder permit and replaced it with a kennel permit. Formerly, city ordinance only allowed residents two dogs, but with a ke
Thanksgiving Point is home to summer family fun
LEHI -- Thanksgiving Point is synonymous with family fun and this summer is no different. As in years past, all four Thanksgiving Point venues are hosting signature experiences for families of all sizes. Returning summer favorites include $2 Tuesdays in August, the Outdoor Movie Series in the Ashton Gardens, Jigglefest (a perfectly legal Jell-O food fight!) and the end-of-summer Labor Day Luau. Details can be found at Other summer activities include: Dairy Da


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