Summit County

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

The Utah Moose Plan was set to expire this month so a review and update was brought to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. The revisions have been approved and specifically address some of the declining moose populations around the state.   


The Utah Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of allowing public access to a one mile stretch along the Weber River.  There will be other rulings to come for other rivers around the state. Carolyn Murray has this:

Health Department Raising Fees and Wants Public Input

Dec 13, 2017

The Summit County Health Department wants the public to weigh in on the proposed fee schedule for 2018.  They’re going up next year and people can give input for the next few weeks. Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City Expo Showcases Winter Offerings

Dec 12, 2017

The Park City Chamber Bureau is holding their annual Winter Kick-Off Expo Wednesday Night at the Doubletree Hotel.  It’s a chance for Chamber members to showcase their winter products and services.   Carolyn Murray has more:

A Special Invitation to Summit County First Responders

Dec 12, 2017

Summit County’s first responders received a special invitation to the Promontory Club’s grand opening of their new tubing hill.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Summit Land Conservancy Preserves Ranch in Chalk Creek

Dec 11, 2017
Summit Land Conservancy Staff Picture

Summit Land Conservancy reports they’ve closed on their largest conservation easement yet…the Ercanbrack Ranch.  It’s an almost 2200 acre property located in Chalk Creek Canyon.  Carolyn Murray has this:  

Motion is Denied in Henfling Murder Verdict

Dec 6, 2017

Summit County Third District Court judge, Kent Holmberg denied a motion to put aside the guilty verdict for the murder of Jose Fernandez, the Park City bartender who was shot and killed in his home last February.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Group Says UDOT's Noise Barrier Proposal is Invalid

Dec 6, 2017

Next year the Utah Department of Transportation will install an additional climbing lane on I-80 next to the Jeremy Ranch neighborhood.  Their policy requires they address noise issues related to the additional lane. A battle continues between UDOT and a group of basin residents who are opposed to the construction of the barrier.  Carolyn Murray has this update:

Christian Center of Park City

Operation Hope is a program put on by the Christian Center this time of the year.  It’s designed to insure that every kid in Park City gets a gift for the holidays. Carolyn Murray has more:

A horse on a Summit County ranch was found shot and killed on Tuesday.  At this point there are no leads in the case. Leslie Thatcher reports.