Rick Brough

Summit County Reporter

Known for getting all the facts right, as well as his distinctive sign-off, Rick covers Summit County meetings and issues. KPCW snagged him from The Park Record in the '80s, and he's been on air and covering the entire county ever since. He produces the Week In Review podcast, as well a heads the Friday Film Review team.

Rick is also a pop-culture savant (who would bury you in Trivial Pursuit), which makes him the perfect host for KPCW's weekend interview show of filmmakers, actors and critics during the Sundance Film Festival. Revealing his darker side, you can catch him every Friday afternoon with Randy Barton on The Local View discussing which celebrities passed on that week.

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James Enoch Henfling, convicted last fall for the 2016 murder of popular Park City bartender Jose Fernandez, has been sentenced to 16 years to life in prison by Utah District Court Judge Patrick Corum. Rick Brough has the story:

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The Summit County Council is still trying to determine the future of affordable housing in the area.  Council Member Glenn Wright said this was a major topic at the council's retreat last week, as Rick Brough reports:

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A new movie, "Gringo," is a black comedy about ruthless people. Rick Brough has this week's Friday Film Review.

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The Summit County Council Wednesday did not come to a decision on the three appeals filed against the Colby School redevelopment project, as Rich Brough reports:

The 2018 candidate filing window closes at the end of business on Thursday.  Two contenders have filed for the State Senate seat being vacated by Kevin Van Tassell (R-District 26).  Jack Rubin, who lives in Park City, is one of them.  Rick Brough reports:

A public hearing before the Coalville City Council Monday night drew more than 300 people to discuss the Wohali project, which proposes 500 high-end homes and a golf course west of Interstate 80.  Rick Brough has more:

The recently concluded Utah legislative session had some good news for Summit County... and some bad news, as well.  On some issues, the county still has questions, as Rick Brough tells us:

When participants at Monday's Summit County Council retreat discussed advancing transportation in a clean, efficient way, they weren't afraid to consider futuristic options.  Rick Brough has details:

At the Summit County Council's annual retreat on Monday, members talked about where they see the county 12 years out.  As Rick Brough reports, that timeframe wasn't chosen accidentally:

After a lengthy public hearing, the Coalville City Council voted 3-2 to annex a 1,500-acre property west of Interstate 80. But city officials said Monday night that although they decided to annex the so-called Wohali tract -- named for its hopeful developers, Wohali Partners LLC -- it does not automatically mean approval to build 500 high-end residences and a golf course.  Rick Brough has details:

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