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A group of elected Utah leaders are looking at potentially hosting another Olympic Winter Games.  On Monday, they announced the formation of an official Olympic/Paralympic Exploratory Committee (OEC).    

Park City Unidos to Host a Candidate Forum

Oct 18, 2017

Park City Unidos is hosting a candidate forum on Friday evening at The People’s Health Clinic.  They’re hoping to engage the Latino community in this year’s mayoral and council races.  It’s a chance to talk to the candidates about issues important to this segment of Park City’s population.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Julie Eihausen

The Park City School board is taking applications for the District 5 seat which is open due to Julie Eihausen’s departure.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Park City School District

The Board of Education meets Tuesday with several updates on the topics of  Special Education, Strategic Planning and Health and Safety  efforts currently underway in the district.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City Library

It’s taken two and a-half years to preserve the pocket of green known as the Library Field.  The city council passed a permanent conservation protection  on the field and to celebrate, Summit Land Conservancy and some of the old town neighbors are having a an old fashioned Ho Down.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Alcohol Beverage Control Board Has New Member

Oct 9, 2017
State Liquor Store Park City

A Park City attorney has been appointed as the newest member of the Utah Department of Alcohol Beverage Control, known as the DABC.  He’s one of seven board members and his term runs through 2021.  Carolyn Murray has this:  

Summit County Sheriff

The man accused of shooting and killing a local bartender was found guilty of murder.  29 year-old James Enoch Henfling of Midvale admitted to shooting 37 year-old Jose Fernandez in a Snowcrest Condominium on February 22, 2016.  Henfling said it was in self defense.   But  a jury returned a guilty verdict Friday afternoon, saying Henfling knowingly and intentionally took the life of Fernandez.

 

 

 

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Park City's Peace House is planning its annual Bling Fling in November. Gatherings are now being held to prepare for it. Rick Brough has more.

Enrique Sanchez

With the clock ticking on the DACA program and no new applications being accepted, it'll be up to Congress to figure out the fate of nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants, who were brought to the U.S. by their parents as children. In this second of a two-part series, Leslie Thatcher examines the future hopes and dreams of one Park City student - who has always called Park City home. 

Enrique Sanchez

20 year old Enrique Sanchez, a Mexican citizen, has spent most of his life in Park City. He's watching the process unfolding that will determine his fate in the states. In this first of a two-part series, Leslie Thatcher reveals more on just one of the hundreds of thousands of others who are in a similar situation.

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