The Summit County Friends of Animals is once again holding its Critter Camps this summer for four weeks. Rick Brough has more.
A South Summit high school student has won a thousand dollar scholarship in the National Federation of Independent Business Young Entrepreneur Foundation Awards. KPCW’s Rick Brough has more.
The Park City attorney’s office has decided to drop any further efforts to prosecute the shooting of an elk on city-owned open space in Round Valley. Rick Brough has more.
Rocky Mountain Power has been engaged in talks with Park City on the proposal to upgrade their transmission line into town. Chad Ambrose, the customer and community manager for the company had a brief update for KPCW. Rick Brough has more.
Weather watchers are having a hard time keeping up with weather extremes, and the temperature records being broken – not just in Utah but across the country. Brian MacInerny, hydrologist with the national Weather Service, says all this enters into the discussions of climate change. Rick Brough has more.
As we reported recently, after some complex legal battles, a group of lot owners in Wasatch County achieved a settlement, allowing them to recover some of the money they put into the failed Talisman golf-course development near the Jordanelle Reservoir. The development land, almost untouched, is now the property of the Jordanelle Special Service District. Rick Brough has more.
A South Summit teenager has died as the result of a single-car rollover accident which occured Monday night. Rick Brough has more.
The Utah Democratic Party convention this weekend perhaps didn’t have as much controversy as its GOP counterpart. But there was some drama for a Park City-area candidate. Pinebrook resident Donna McAleer came within a hair of clinching the nomination to run for Utah’s First Congressional District Seat. Rick Brough has more.
This weekend’s Republican state convention clearly wasn’t a repeat of their meeting two years ago, when the so-called “Tea Party” insurgents turned out incumbent Senator Bob Bennett. That was the word from Summit County’s Republican chair, Henry Glasheen. Rick Brough has more.
A group of Kamas residents don’t like the plans by Rocky Mountain Power to run a new transmission line from Kamas to Oakley. Calling it a giant visual intrusion, they’re hoping to get support from other citizens and public officials, to find another option for the line. Rick Brough has more.