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A suspect wanted for attempted aggravated murder out of Salt Lake City was caught by Summit County officers during a traffic stop Sunday afternoon. Rick Brough has more.
The Snyderville Planning Commission heard Tuesday night that the owners of two big properties north of I-80, may join together in a development plan. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County Manager Bob Jasper talks about granting Canyons Resort a year’s extension on finishing their golf course and his selection of a new permanent Development Director. Rick Brough has more.
After 30 years, County recorder Alan Springs will be retiring this week. Two candidates have expressed in an interest in the job…An interim will be determined by the county’s democratic delegates. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Summit County Sheriff’s office has released the names of the Oakley couple involved in the murder/suicide Sunday. The two deceased individuals are identified as 40 year old female Toni Lyn Cavagnaroand 45 year old male Sean Thomas Kenealey of Oakley.
As we’ve reported, a sales tax discrepancy in which the City has been getting tax revenue that should’ve been going to the County was the result of a clerical error by the Utah State Tax Commission.. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
It’s primary election day in Utah with a number of school board, county council and U-S congressional races on the ballot. If you don’t know where to go vote, you can follow the links to the Summit and Wasatch County polling information.
It’s been years since there’s been talk of consolidating Summit County’s three school districts, but Park City superintendent Ray Timothy says that discussion has been raised again. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
With the County Council preparing to set a new garbage contract by July 1st, they heard this week that, out of four bids, their staff is recommending the county’s current hauler, Allied Waste. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County officials aren’t going to lose any sleep worrying about the spring run-off season
But instead of floods, now they have a concern over fires. Public Works Director Kevin Callahan
says that with the dry conditions and winds, it’s looking like a long fire season. Rick Brough has