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Hard news covering local government: Park City, Summit County and Wasatch County - city and county councils, planning boards, water entities and issues specific the Wasatch Back.

Preparation for mountain bike season is here; along with the annual Young Rider's Bike Swap. David Boyle has more:

Both the Democratic and Republican parties have had their state conventions and now primary races are in full swing. You might've noticed due to the numerous campaign signs throughout the area. The signs left some wondering, what are the rules to campaign signage? David Boyle has more:

Summit County

The Summit County Council will receive an update on how they're proceeding on major goals of their strategic plan. The plan looks at items that range from transit to mental health. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

The Summit County Council has a busy agenda on May 2nd, including a couple of items dealing with the east side of the county. Rick Brough has more:

The Commemorative Air Force Heber Valley Museum opens for the summer this weekend. David Boyle has this:

The Figure Skating Club of Park City is ready for this weekend’s spring show, Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Rick Brough has more:


Residents in Summit County got a notice from Dominion Energy, their new gas provider, making an offer the company says can’t be refused. Melissa Allison tells us why the firm partnered with HomeServe USA, an insurance provider for your side of the utilities:

The Dixieland band plays When The Saints Come Marching In as school administrators, students and teachers watch the parade of Doilney family members, Deer Valley representatives and Park City Education Foundation officials blitz each school in the district with fanfare, all meant to recognize the recipient of the Doilney Family Excellent Educator Award. Carolyn Murray has the details:

On today's program, Park City School District Interim Superintendent David Gomez has details about Tuesday's school board meeting. 

Summit County

Summit County officials attended last week's Utah Association of Counties convention. County Council Member Glenn Wright says some interesting topics came up, including transportation and public lands. Rick Brough has details