The Wasatch County Council, acting as the Jordanelle Special Service Distirct, recently approved an agreement with a former member of the county council, Steve Capson to serve as a paid spokesman for JSSD. He spoke with KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher on Thursday's Local News Hour. Here's the interview in its entirety.
A $100 bill fell out of my pants pocket at the grocery store, but I didn't notice until I got home. I figured it was gone forever. Even so, I called the store and asked if anyone had turned in any cash. Someone had, and when I went to pick it up, attached to the bill was the names and number of the 7-year-old girl who had found it and her mother. They wouldn't take any kind of cash reward - it was just 'the right thing to do'. - Jane
One of Park City Municipal's priorities is to reduce energy consumption and increase the use of renewable resources as indicated by the recent expansion of the city's solar panel portfolio on municipal buildings. It still has a long way to go, but tenacious efforts by the sustainability department are looking deep into energy savings that are becoming more efficient and easier to apply. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Some residents in the Heber City subdivision of Timber Lakes are worried after two of their pets were shot for wandering into a private hunting preserve in the middle of the neighborhood. One dog was killed and the other had to have a rear leg amputated. Rick Brough has more.
A Park City man has been sentenced to prison for up to 15 years, for trying to hire undercover police to have a romantic rival killed. Forty-five year old Dustin Wade Ruffino received the sentence Wednesday in Heber's Fourth District Court. Rick Brough has more.