Last Week in Third District Court, Judge Ryan Harris took up again the legal disputes broiling at the Sky Lodge. He told attorneys for the Homeowners Association that he would not agree - for now anyway - to have his court supervise an election for the HOA. The HOA claimed they need such an election to deal with challenges from the Sky Lodge's owner, Ken Abadalla. Rick Brough has more.
Millions of people are suffering from ailments that they can't even give a name to. A group of film-makers, including some local Parkites, are trying to draw attention to their plight. But they need to raise $150,000 in the next week, as part of a Kickstarter funding campaign that will, they hope, get the film ready for Sundance. KPCW's Rick Brough has more.
In a small mountain town, you ought to be able to see the stars at night, right? That's what some old town residents are saying - and that's not what they're getting. They'd like to see some lights in Old Town eliminated. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Tesoro Company says it's still making efforts to reach out to the public on its proposed oil pipeline from the Uintah Basin to refineries in Salt Lake. At an Open House held in Kamas Tuesday, a Tesoro representative said they're answering questions - but they also said that a pipeline of 135 miles carrying waxy crude is something new for them. Rick Brough has more.