While the project is still in the planning process with Wasatch County, representatives for the Extell Development Company made a rare appearance before members of the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce Tuesday to give them a glimpse of what's to come. Leslie Thatcher has this report.
With the consolidation of five separate winter sports teams under the newly branded Park City Ski and Snowboard Team, the number of events that are now managed by the single club is creating a need for more volunteers. Leslie Thatcher has more.
Ski towns across much of the west are crying the blues on the season snow pack. According to many experts in the industry, none of the resort managers expect to hit any records for lodging and ticket sales. Even so, Deer Valley doesn’t plan to lay anyone off before the end of the season. Carolyn Murray has this:
Kimball Junction may look like it's entirely built out, but Pat Putt, community development director for Summit County, says the blue-ribbon committee studying the area has identified a number of possible improvements. Rick Brough has details:
The Wasatch Mountain snowpack is the lowest in decades but some of Utah’s ski industry experts say conditions are surprisingly good and that the season is not over yet. There are challenges the ski resorts and hospitality businesses face when Mother Nature doesn’t deliver the goods. Carolyn Murray has this:
Now that the Utah Film Studios complex near Kearns Blvd. and U.S. Highway 40 has become a hub for movie and TV productions, there is more development planned for the immediate vicinity. Rick Brough has more:
KPCW received a complaint about the Sundance Institute overselling one of its opening night shows by several hundred seats. People lined up at the venue, tickets in hand, to see Blindspotting. Most of the ticket holders were turned away more than an hour after curtain time. Carolyn Murray has this: