Representatives of the Canyons Resort are filing an appeal to County Council over their proposed new site for a ski maintenance building, which was denied by the County manager nearly two weeks ago. Rick Brough has more.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Several men exiled from Warren Jeffs' polygamous sect say requiring a man to pay his wives' attorney fees after winning a recent custody suit would have a chilling effect on others who have been kicked out and want their children back.
Lorin Holm is fighting back against being forced to pay up to $76,000 to attorney Rod Parker, who represented Holm's two wives who remain followers of Jeff. Parker says a state statue alows a judge to charge the winning spouse in a custody suit if the other is unable to pay.
Summit County and the private Summit Water Company joined last year in a regional water compact, but there are still some financial disputes between the two entitles. Summit Water has filed suit, saying that the county has held out $75,000 in a tax refund owed to the private firm. That's also related to a dispute before the Utah State Tax Commission, with over $800,000 at stake. Both sides are awaiting a ruling on that from an Administrative Law Judge. Rick Brough has more.
Chris and Nell speak with Alan Weisman, author of "Countdown - Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth". Weisman asks: How many humans can the planet hold and can we design economies that provide prosperity without endless growth? His answers are as eye-opening as they are hopeful.
Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley sat down with Leslie Thatcher at KPCW Monday morning to preview several topics on the Board of Education's Work Session agenda, including the District learning plan, long school bus routes, budget deficits and the proposed professional development building. The full interview follows.