Immigration officers arrested four people in the Park City area Friday. Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter says the arrests were made by Enforcement Removal Operation officers, who are part of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE. Carpenter said the Park City Police Department had nothing to do with the arrests. He added that he spoke to the Summit County Sheriff's Office and the Utah Attorney General's office, and those agencies didn't know of the arrests either.
Today JW and Christie welcomed musical guest, Kris Lager, who performed live in studio. Second guest on the program was Singer Lyle Divinsky. Final guest, Dustin Esson, Managing Director at Park City live, dropped into the studio to visit.
Park City residents voted last November to approve a $25 million bond to purchase Bonanza Flats should it become available. It did and Park City put $1.5 million down but the closing date is coming up fast.
A handful of Park City restaurants closed Thursday and nearly half of the Latino students at a local elementary school didn't show up in support of a nationwide movement Day Without Immigrants. Leslie Thatcher has more.
On today’s program Summit County Council member Roger Armstrong has an update on yesterday’s Summit County Council meeting and Snyderville Planning Commissioner Chuck Klingenstein discusses some of the items from Tuesday’s planning commission meeting., including the Colby School reuse application.