Homelessness is an issue in Park City as well as the greater area of Summit County as demonstrated last week. But without any real resources like shelters, their options for helping a homeless person are limited. Melissa Allison has more:

Governor Gary R. Herbert Issues A State Of Emergency

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Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert issued an Executive Order declaring a state of emergency due to drought on Monday. Officials said they’ve not seen a drought of this level in several years. Melissa Allison has more:

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About 3,000 people showed up for the Park City Sunrise Rotary’s 3rd Annual Shot Ski Event on Old Town’s Main St. Melissa Allison has more:

A Rhode Island man was arrested in Summit County on I-80 with more than 200 lbs of marijuana. 

The arrest happened October 8th at about 1:00 pm. James Burns of Rhode Island, was traveling eastbound on I-80 near Hoystville when he was pulled over by a Utah Highway Patrol Trooper. Sgt. Nick Street with the Utah Highway Patrol explains what happened next.

Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival starts Thursday, January 24th and runs through February 3rd. Locals can buy ticket packages starting tomorrow. Carolyn Murray has this report:

Utah residents can purchase ticket packages for the 2019 Sundance Film Festival starting at 10 am on Tuesday.   Anyone interested should go on line to Between 10 and noon.

Kelly Pfaff and David James  are the new owners of a new, executive office space in Park City, called the Prospect located in the Prospector neighborhood.

Grace McGowan and Katy Babcock are the new owners of The Main Street Deli at 525 Main Street.  The new owners have undergone a complete renovation of the space and a revamp of the menu.

The WeROC Conference is a one-day event held every October to investigate the “WHY” and the “HOW”. Why do women-led companies have a more difficult time raising capital, and how can we change mindsets and shatter perceptions? Renai and Doug visit with Dave Bertoch and Debra Beresini, participants in the conference on October 23.

Thursday’s Park City Council Meeting was the last of the public hearings before the Treasure Hill and Snow Ranch Pastures bond goes to a vote on November 6. Melissa Allison has more:

Lori Weston is the new Park City Hospital Administrator and talks about her background in finance with IHC and what her goals are for the hospital. Paul Putnam is a College Athletic Recruiting Expert and tells us what people can expect with his seminar tonight at the High School here in Park City. Julie Joyce and Pam Woll from the Peace House tells listeners about the annual Bling Fling coming Novemeber 1st.