A 9,000-pound concrete slab - an artifact of 9/11 - arrived in Utah last week, and is going through a 20-city tour of the state before it settles at a permanent home at the Fort Douglas Military Museum.
But its visit to Park City this Saturday is special, since a local businesswoman played a major role in acquiring the slab for Utah. Rick Brough has more.
Saturday, Sept. 28 – Park City, 11am-4pm; Program 1pm at Lower Main St.
Today's first guest is John Marzluff, Professor of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington, whose research is focused on jays and ravens. Then, University of Utah electrical engineers, Neal Patwari and Brad Mager, discuss the development of wireless sensors that can detect a person falling.
The Summit County Library system is participating in Banned Books Week, along with many other libraries across the country. That's highlighted by a free screening of a movie on Friday. Rick Brough has more.
The Snyderville Planning Commission had a quick meeting Tuesday. But among other things, they took a step forward for the expansion plans at the Utah Olympic Park. On the other hand, they still had concerns about a rezone request for a small parcel on Bitner Road. Rick Brough has more.