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West Side Theatre Company plans Broadway concert
Lots of exciting things are going in the Saratoga Springs area and The West Side Theatre Company is one of them. The West Side Theatre Company is now the newest theater group in the area. Bringing theater and the arts to the west side of Utah County allows residents to participate and enjoy the theater closer to home at affordable prices. WSTC's first production, "First Impressions: A Broadway Benefit Concert," will be performed on April 28 at Garden Near the Green in Eagle Mountain. Hannah F
Point of the Mountain: Looking to the Future
The location along Interstate15 where it passes between Utah and Salt Lake Counties has been a significant geographical landmark for those who have lived and traveled in Utah over the years. This pass along Traverse Mountain has for years been colloquially referred to as "The Point of the Mountain" by long-time Northern Utah residents who have traveled between the two counties. The splendid views of both Utah and Salt Lake Counties from atop Traverse Mountain has inspired residential growth duri
Elected Officials Discuss Traffic and Roads
Mayor Pengra (Eagle Mountain), Representative Jefferson Moss, Senator Jacob Anderegg, and Shawn Seager (Director, Metropolitan Planning Organization - Mountainland Association of Governments) had an cottage-type meeting with Stephanie Gricius (EM City Council), and Paula Hill (Alpine School District Board). Senator Anderegg and Representive Moss spent some of the time discussing their currently planned legislative actions, and some of the difficulties they are currently facing in the legislator.
Bryan Chapman appointed to Saratoga Springs Planning Commission
In January, the City of Saratoga Springs appointed Bryan Chapman to fill a seat on the planning commission. Bryan Chapman said he and his family have lived in Saratoga Springs for four years and they love it. The good schools, friendly neighborhoods and accessible parks made it easy to decide never to leave. Chapman has lived the American dream in his career at Above Training, Inc., an online training company that also specializes in state food safety. But Chapman said the timing was right for
Saratoga Springs fire crew's excellent service recognized
At the Saratoga Springs City Council meeting held at the end of January, Mark Sanderson, emergency room director at Mountain Point Medical Center, recognized the city's fire crew. He shared a story of a seriously injured 2-year-old. The child's survival was largely due to the quick response of the Saratoga Springs paramedics and fire crew as it only took 37 minutes from the time of the injury to hospital treatment and a helicopter flight to Primary Children's Hospital. Sanderson presented the Ex
Middle school to present 'James and the Giant Peach'
Ronald Dahl's first children's book, "James and the Giant Peach," will be performed at Vista Heights Middle School in Saratoga Springs with a very unique twist to it on March 16-18 and 20. The middle school stage will be home to Dahl's memorable characters of James Henry Trotter and his aunts, Spiker and Sponge, and all the interesting insect and bugs he meets inside the peach with a bold theme and twist of Mexico's Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos. According to Garr Van Orden, the
Students enjoy presenting 'The Lion King, Jr.'
For the past four months, 125 students in third through sixth grades at Harvest Elementary School in Saratoga Springs have learned African chants, songs and dances and memorized speaking parts for their school musical, "The Lion King, Jr." The production was performed March 7 through 11. Every year, the drama club at Harvest keeps getting bigger and bigger, and because of the large number of students who were interested in being part of this year's show, the students were divided into two dif
Local Eagle Scouts named
The following Scouts from Lehi, Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs have recently earned their Eagle Scout awards: Lehi Thomas Fuller, 15, of Lehi. Improved the trail to the summit of Mount Timpanogos for the National Forest Service. Braden Rodhe, 14, of Lehi. Completed a project for Traverse Mountain Elementary School. Carter Klein, 17, of Lehi. Made an informational video for the American Fork City Chamber of Commerce. Michael DeMarco, 17, of Lehi. Built garden planter boxes for the elder
Deputies looking for missing Eagle Mountain teen
Deputies in Eagle Mountain are looking for a 15-year-old boy missing since the early morning of Dec. 22, 2016. On that day at about 6 p.m., deputies with the Utah County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to a report of a missing 15-year-old boy. The boy, Alexander Hashida, left his home in the area of Eagle Mountain Blvd. and Lake Mountain Road in Eagle Mountain a little before 7 a.m. to go to school. Deputies, family and friends have been looking for Alexander since the evening of Dec. 22. The
Lehi area chamber presents 2017 awards
The Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Awards and Installation Lunch was held Jan. 10 in the Thanksgiving Point Garden Room. Chamber President Mark Welcker welcomed guest from the Lehi, Saratoga Springs and Eagle Mountain areas. The chamber's executive board members for 2017 are: Andrew Badger, Chair; Ken Loosle, Chair-Elect; Allie Canaday, Past Chair; Dr. Paul Bair, Advisory Chair; and Chase Cook, Treasurer. Members of the 2017 chamber board are Nick Anderson, Ryan Blohm, Kevin Chacon, Mar


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