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Named for the prophet Lehi in the book of Mormon Lehi is the center-point of Utah's population. The area was settled by Mormons in the 1850's and was incorporated into Utah 1852, the sixth city to be incorporated into the state. Lehi Roller Mills was a family owned mill that was used as a major set piece in the 1984 Kevin Bacon film Footloose. Thanksgiving Point is another known destination in Utah that contains both a museum complex and estate garden.
Local Newspapers: The Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz (NBA)
Local Colleges: DeVry University
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