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Free WYFL Westlake Youth Thunder Football Camp
When: Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Grades: 1-9 Cost: FREE Location: Neptune Park 452 W. 400 N. Saratoga Springs (Check in at WYFL Camp Tent Upon Arrival) The WYFL Youth Thunder Camp will consist of football fundamentals with personal instruction from the WYFL Coaching Staff and current area Division 1 football players who will be in attendance! This Camp is provided free of charge to all boys and girls who have played football or have an interest in football, and for
Pony Express Days a fun time for all
The 3rd of June was the final day for the Pony Express Days celebration in Eagle Mountain. The day started off with a parade that proceeded down Pony Express Blvd, the main street of Eagle Mountain. The parade started at 10 a.m., and consisted of entries from the city's elected officials, the local schools and local businesses. Saratoga Springs was also represented in the parade. The road was lined with residents cheering on the floats, trying to get them to throw larger amounts of candy thei
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
Wasatch Wing and Clay rebuilding after devastating fire
Eagle Mountain and the Cedar Valley area are know for their birds of prey, but Wasatch Wing and Clay is adding the mystical phoenix to the list. Like the phoenix, they are rising from the ashes and building anew. In February, Wasatch Wing and Clay found its clubhouse engulfed in flames. Even with the hard work of the Eagle Mountain, Saratoga Springs, Lehi and Utah County fire departments, the fire destroyed just under $1 million worth of property. A observant neighbor noticed the fire and calle
Saratoga Splash Days celebration set June 5-10
The City of Saratoga Springs will host a week full of family-friendly community events and activities during its Saratoga Splash Days celebration June 5 through 10. With the theme "Salute to Saratoga," this year's celebration helps commemorate Saratoga Springs' 20 years as a city. New this year to Saratoga Splash Days is the City of Fun Carnival, which will be open at Nolan Park from Wednesday, June 7, through Saturday, June 10. The new addition to the Splash Bash Water Party, also held on June
Eagle Mountain delegates support legalized medicinal cannabis
On May 20, the 2017 Utah State GOP (Republican Party) Organizing Convention planned to convene in Sandy. This convention is used to elect state GOP officials as well as modify the state GOP bylaws and set forth resolutions that are designed to guide the elected GOP officials for the following years. Eagle Mountain has eight precincts that can send up to four delegates to the organizing convention. Besides the usual information sent out, there is a Medical Cannabis Resolution proposed to be vote
Civil War Encampment event offers families a peek inside Utah history
History will come to life at the annual Civil War Encampment event at Camp Floyd on May 27 and May 29. This annual event at Camp Floyd has been happening for more than 16 years and has brought families and history together while learning the past in a fun and educational way. "(We) like to give the public an experience of walking through an 1860s encampment," said, Mark Trotter, park manager. "Most of the activities are geared toward children and families. They get a hands-on experience with
Lake Mountain a popular area for bird watching
Between Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs lies Lake Mountain. This northern Utah County mountain is home to a wide variety of wildlife. That wildlife includes a wide range of birds. With Eagle Mountain's open spaces and green space policies, there are plenty of locations for bird watching. Jeff Cooper, an avid birder as well as blog author at and nature photographer, talked about his experiences in birding around Lake Mountain. "My interest in birding around
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


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