Prospector residents - who have endured three summers of construction of Wyatt Earp drive - won't be happy to find out that more construction will be needed next summer. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.
As a result of Tuesday's voting, the towns of Oakley and Coalville both have new mayors. Wade Woolstenhulme has been elected as Oakley's new chief executive, edging out the incumbent by 26 votes. And in the county seat, Coalville businessman Trevor Johnson won the mayor's seat. Rick Brough has more.
Governor Gary Herbert says water conservation in Utah is among the highest of priorities as he lays out a plan for statewide conservation. On a local level, Park City Municipal will participate by examining some of its own conservation practices. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
A lot of Wednesday's agenda with the Summit County Council deals with the proposal from the Utah Athletic Foundation to enhance Development at the Utah Olympic Park, with a Socially Planned Area (or SPA) concept. Rick Brough has more.
In the race for Park City mayor, candidate Jack Thomas has both raised twice as much money and spent twice as much money on his campaign than his opponent Andy Beerman. KCPW's Leslie Thatcher has the numbers from the disclosure forms which were required to be filed prior to Election Day.
Talisker has filed counter claims against the owners of the Park City Mountain Resort, re-asserting and offering more details on a claim that the Mountain Resort knowingly committed fraud in order to hang onto the Resort's Lease of 3700 acres making up the bulk of its ski terrain. Talisker Land Holdings, the landlord for the ski mountain, maintains the lease expired on April 30, 2011. They allege the Mountain Resort's corporate executives and counsel didn't send out a letter extending the lease until May 2nd, but knowingly backdated the letter to April 30th. The counter claim says that n