Wasatch County

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A woman is in critical condition after hitting a moose in Wasatch county late Saturday evening. David Boyle has more:

John Curtis For Congress

The U.S. Congressional District 3 Republican Primary Election is June 26. It’s a run off between incumbent John Curtis who won the special election last year after Jason Chaffetz resigned as the District 3 Representative.  Chris Herrod is running against Curtis in the Primary and the winner will be the Republican Party Candidate in the General Election in November.    Carolyn Murray has this:

Chris Herrod For Congress

The Primary Election on June 26 has two candidates vying for the Republican nomination for District 3 in the US Congress. A special election was held last year after Jason Chaffetz left Congress in the middle of his term.  Chris Herrod lost the Republican nomination in a three-way Primary Election with John Curtis and Tanner Ainge. Curtis won the primary and the general election and is the current District 3 Representative in Congress.   Carolyn Murray has this:

Republican primary candidates to represent Utah in the United States Senate participated in a debate on Tuesday May 29. David Boyle has more:

The full debate can be found at


Republican Primary Candidates for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District participated in a debate on Tuesday May 29. David Boyle has more:

The full debate can be found at:


Both candidates will be interviewed by Carolyn Murray later this week. Those interviews will be added to this story below

The Extell Development is poised to receive final approval from Wasatch County in the near future.  The 2300 acre project west of the Jordanelle Reservoir will be built out over the next several decades. The luxury ski in ski out development will be located on the south side of the Deer Valley Resort often referred to as the Mayflower area. Carolyn Murray has this:

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 couple of weeks ago, the Heber City Council voted in favor of annexing a large area north of town that would allow them to double the size of the city. However, Thursday’s council agenda has a consideration to repeal the decision.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Heber Valley and Park City Chambers of Commerce hosted the Wasatch Back Economic Summit on May 15. David Boyle has more:

The Kimball Arts Center is hosting local student's artwork from now to May 27th. David Boyle has more: