UPDATE: The Heber Valley Police located toddler Coraline Aimar and her father Scott, with assistance from the Durango Police Department, in Durango Colorado. According to a press release, the child was found in good condition, and was removed and put in state custody.
KPCW will continue updating this story as it developes.
Heber City Police are asking for the public's help in located a 13-month-old girl and her father, who may have illegally left the state with her. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Heber City Police Department is actively investigating a domestic child abduction which occurred March 8, 2014. The father of the child, Scott Aimar (age 31), took the child, 13-month-old Coraline Aimar, out of the State of Utah without the consent or permission of the mother.
The announcement that the EPA and United Park City Mines/Talisker have come to an agreement to clean up mine tailings around the Richardson Flat Superfund Site is also big news for Summit County government. Rick Brough has more.
First guest is Nicky DeFord with Vail Resorts. She'll be talking about the company's various environmental programs and projects, both in Colorado and here at Canyons. After that will be Jennifer Jackenthal, the director of PCCAPs. Joining Jennifer will be Mike Wongwho will be describing one of the larger student-led designs; a plan to install solar panels on the roof ofthe high school.