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Bob Wheaton gives a wrap-up of the winter season for Deer Valley.

Lynn Ware Peek hosts the Local News Hour, with guests Bob Wheaton, general manager of Deer Valley Resort, Alpinist Connie Self, Park City Manager Diane Foster, Park City Women's Business Network President Kathleen Barlow and Summit County Democratic Party Chair Glenn Wright.

Utah's ski resort world has been hit with another bombshell, as Deer Valley Resort announced Friday afternoon it purchased Solitude Mountain Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon.

It's the fourth major takover of a resort property along the Wasatch within the last 18 months. Rick Brough has more.

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Bob Wheaton called in to The Local View with Randy Barton and gave KPCW listeners the full scoop on what a purchase of Solitude by Deer Valley will mean.

As Deer Valley Resort prepares to open for the upcoming winter season, the resort has three large projects on the drawing board. Leslie Thatcher has more.

The Mayflower Area of Deer Valley overlooks Jordanelle and while partially developed by Deer Valley and Deer Crest, there's more development on the docket for the area that lies to the South, in Wasatch County.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

As the only ski resort in Park City not embroiled in the legal fight over disputed ski terrain, Deer Valley has kept relatively quiet about the battle, but as KPCW's Lynn Peek reports, the resort is keeping a watchful eye on how that dispute evolves. 

If the proposed ONE Wasatch interconnect comes together, it could take advantage of a wide variety of ski resorts on the Wasatch Range, according to Deer Valley General Manager Bob Wheaton. Rick Brough has more.

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Going into this winter season, Deer Valley General Manager Bob Wheaton expected a record year.

While the numbers are still being counted, he says no matter how it come out, it was still a ver good year. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Deer Valley Resort is contemplating future plans, including a new link to Old Town, Park City, and an expansion into Wasatch County.

And one of the Resort's landowner partners in the Wasatch project, with 5,000 acres and a lot of approved density, is going up for sale, according to Deer Valley General Manager Bob Wheaton. Rick Brough has more.

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