A legal fight between the Summit Water Company and one of its developer-customers has ended-with the Utah Supreme Court ruling in favor of Summit Water. Rick Brough has more.
Deer Valley Resort wrapped up its ski season last Sunday. President Bob Wheaton said it was still a great year. He had a big thanks to all who make it happen, some news for next year, and looks ahead to the summer season. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Summit County Search and Rescue located two snowmobilers who got lost this weekend, and had to spend the night in the Uintahs, near the Mirror Lake Highway. Rick Brough has more.
It’s time once again for the Miners Film Festival, which will be presented free on Tuesday, April 17th, at the Eccles Center. Rick Brough has more.
The Park City Museum is inviting its patron to walk, trot, or gallup over for their latest exhibit. It’s called “Going Places – The Evolution, Culture, and Eventual Demise of Horse-Drawn Transportation. Rick Brough has more.
Talisker, the parent company of Canyons Resort, has filed a motion asking the Third District Court to dismiss the lawsuit filed against it by the Park City Mountain Resort. Talisker argues that the leases of its 3700 acres of ski terrain to the Mountain Resort, expired last year, and the two companies need to negotiate a new agreement. Rick Brough has more.
A random audit done on employment records at the Stein Eriksen Lodge by the Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) has resulted in a number of the workers leaving the hotel.
But a spokeswoman for Stein’s said they have had no fines placed on them. And she said that while the workers left, after some issues were red-flagged on their identification papers, that doesn’t necessarily mean they were in the country illegally. Rick Brough has more.
For the 13th year, the Park City Follies returns this spring to the Egyptian, this time not only spoofing all things local – but possibly the end of the world, too. Rick Brough has more…
A legal settlement has been reached that will allow a group of lot owners in Wasatch County to recover some of the money they put into a major failed golf-course development near the Jordanelle Reservoir.
Could solar energy become the first unsubsidized energy source in the United States? Possibly, according to Tyler Poulson of the City’s sustainability department. KPCW’s Lynn Ware Peek has more.