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During the last KPCW Pledge Drive, KPCW’s Board of Trustees generated 63 calls/donations during their challenge hour. For a close second, Summit Sotheby’s Real Estate generated 61 calls. Which organization will take the lead this year?
The Snyderville Planning Commission on Tuesday approved changes to the Snyderville Code that will, they think, reduce the burden on commercial projects that are asked to provide affordable housing. Rick Brough has more.
Work continues on the Summit County Wildfire Community plan and the second of four meetings will be held tonight. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
A North Summit resident who filed to run for County Council as a third-party candidate has been dropped from the ballot. The fault wasn’t with candidate Russell Judd, but with his prospective party. Rick Brough has more.
Affordable housing takes on a new meaning in a town where cost of living is so high. But part of Park City’s goal of “Keeping Park City, Park City,” is to maintain housing that’s affordable to a wide range of incomes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Park City now has three fewer residents. A cow moose and her twin babies who had become permanent fixtures in Old Town were relocated by the Division of Wildlife Resources on Tuesday. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Next week – as part of the Author in Residence program at Park City High School, Ryan Smithson – a retired Army Reserve officer will meet with students and the community to talk about his book Ghosts of War. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
After last week’s 42 to 7 loss against the Stansbury Stallions and the 53 to 0 loss the week before, the Park City Miners’ football team isn’t off to a good start. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
An accident yesterday involving the metal structure has many asking about the safety aspect of the divider. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
If you walk through Old Town Park City you may have encountered a steady but small stream of water emanating from seemingly nowhere. Chances are, you’ve discovered one of the town’s many misguided springs. Lynn Ware Peek has more.