Summit County

Primary Elections are coming up near the end of June. If you’re unaffiliated you won’t be able to vote. David Boyle has more:

A project to increase traffic lanes from two to four on highway 248 is coming closer to completion. David Boyle has more:

Summit County

Summit county and Park City are nearing a decision for mass transit solutions on highway 224 to add new lanes specifically for busses. KPCW's David Boyle has more:

Ralph Gates, who lived in Park City for nearly 30 years has died. Ralph spent many of his years in Park City gathering oral histories of the "voices of Park City". He was 93 years old. A Celebration of Life will be held on June 2, at 10:00 am at Park City Community Church. Brough has more about Ralph's life:

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Last week, the Summit County Council approved the county mental health and substance abuse area plan. David Boyle has more:

Summit County's Bike Share program is entering its second season. The county council, meeting at the Richins Building in Kimball Junction on Wednesday, will hear an update on the program's first year. Rick Brough has more:

Tom Fisher

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher recently spent a lot of time traveling to Morocco in his role as a brigadier general with the Utah National Guard. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

Landowners who want to redevelop the Colby School site along state Highway 224 recently filed a lawsuit against Summit County challenging the county council’s April vote against the project, claiming the decision was motivated by a “not in my back yard” attitude. The suit also asserts that one council member should have recused himself from the vote, as Rick Brough explains:

Summit County

This year's state legislature provided a couple of local options for new sales transit taxes. The Summit County Council, which is meeting Wednesday afternoon, has to decide by the end of June whether to adopt those new levies. Rick Brough has more:

A young motorcyclist was critically injured near Oakley after what was apparently a road rage incident. Rick Brough has more:

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