Wasatch County

Heber, Midway and Wasatch County

50 Local Athletes To Compete In Pyeongchang

Feb 2, 2018
YSA Athletes

The Youth Sports Alliance plans to track 50 Park City athletes as they compete in a variety of winter sports at the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The organization was established as a 2002 Winter Olympics legacy program to increase the number of kids participating in winter sports.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Sex Offender Arrested In Heber City

Jan 31, 2018
Home Facts

A registered sex offender was arrested Tuesday afternoon by Heber City Police after entering a Wasatch School District elementary school.   Carolyn Murray has this:

Kelleen Potter-Heber City Mayor

Heber City residents voted in a new mayor in November.  They want her to change how the city government communicates and deals with growth issues.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Heber City Airport

During Kelleen Potter’s successful campaign for Heber City mayor last November, she pledged to reform how city government deals with growth and how the Heber City Council communicates with constituents.  Potter, who is also now Chairman of Heber Light & Power, conducts her first meeting with the company’s board today at 4pm.  Carolyn Murray has this

Sales Tax On Food Is Moral Issue For One Legislator

Jan 22, 2018
Utah House Representative, Tim Quinn

Republican Tim Quinn thinks charging sales tax on food is a moral concern.  He’s pushing an early bill in the legislature to drop the 1.75% Utahns pay on food sales.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Utah Court Of Appeals Rules In Favor Of Wasatch County

Jan 12, 2018
Wasatch County

Earlier this month, the Utah Court of Appeals set aside an order by the state’s Utility Facility Review Board in favor of Wasatch County’s statutory authority to protect ridgeline view corridors as outlined in the county code.  Carolyn Murray has this:  

Quagga Mussels Cleared From Deer Creek Reservoir

Jan 11, 2018
Utah State Park

After a three-year effort on the part of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Quagga mussels are no longer found in Deer Creek reservoir.  This means vessels coming off of the reservoir no longer have to be inspected, drained and decontaminated. Carolyn Murray has this report:

Wasatch County has increased by $20,000 the money available to the Tax Advisory Board's grant program that supports tourism and events.  Leslie Thatcher reports:

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