Summit Land Conservancy

The Summit Land Conservancy is working to acquire a 15-acre parcel of land near Oakley that it hopes would be both natural open space and the site for a “green cemetery” where decedents would be buried naturally in the earth.


An Eastern Summit County open-space committee just recommended partial funding for the project, which partners the Land Conservancy with a Salt Lake funeral parlor, but there is more funding needed and another hearing ahead for the effort.


The statewide mask mandate ended on April 10. Summit and Wasatch Counties aren’t extended a limited order for face coverings.

A statement from Summit County thanked the public for their compliance and also said the “current outlook is a result of your diligent efforts and sacrifices.” County officials asked that residents respect any private companies that continue to enforce masks. 

Coalville City

Water is a hot button issue in agricultural communities. And with a drought state of emergency in effect, KPCW checked in with one North Summit County community. 

  The last time the city of Coalville issued a water restriction was around 40 years ago. And despite the drought order, this year the city most likely won’t see any issues, according to Coalville Mayor Trevor Johnson. 

Summit County

The Summit County Council Wednesday didn’t make a decision on the planned neighborhood mixed-use zone — nor on the master-planned development process, which is closely tied to the new zone.


Councilor Malena Stevens said the county is crafting the language carefully on both, to avoid any unintended consequences.


Mountain Money - April 12, 2021

5 hours ago

This morning, certified financial planner and author (1:55) Cindy Couyoumjian joined Mountain Money us to talk about her new book Redefining Financial Literacy: Unlocking the Hidden Forces of Your Financial Future.  The book provides a unique macro perspective of what she calls ''the hidden forces behind your money.''

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:01) Jessica Lowell's update on Coalville's plan to deal with drought conditions in North Summit County.

( 02:52) Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson recaps some of the highlights from Tuesday's meeting.

( 18:05) PCSD Board of Education Member Andrew Caplan talks about creative options and ideas they are considering for financing the school district facilities expansions as defined by the Master Planning Process.

Cada Domingo - Ninrot La Diferencia

17 hours ago

Salt Lake Urban music artist Ninrot La Diferencia returns to Cada Domingo to update us on his career, how he dealt with the pandemic and its effects on his music, and to debut his new single "VETE". 

Artista de música urbana de Salt Lake Ninrot La Diferencia regresa a Cada Domingo para actualizarnos en su carrera, de cómo se enfrentó a la pandemia y para estrenar su nuevo sencillo "VETE"

Cada Domingo - Edwin Espinel - 04-11-21

18 hours ago

Now that COVID vaccines are available to the public for anyone 16 years or older, there is still much to do to ensure we reach herd immunity, and to provide access to the vaccine for the most vulnerable in our society. Edwin Espinel, Health Systems Specialist with the Utah Department of Health joins us to talk about the vaccine rollout, the importance of continued mask use, and much more.

(ABC/Eric McCandless

It was a nail-biter evening for Wyatt Pike fans, but Sunday night on ABC's "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest announced Pike won enough votes to make it to the Top 16.

There were only two slots left when Pike's name was announced.  The 20 year-old Park City singer jumped up and minutes later sang his version of "Use Somebody" by the group Kings of Leon.

A little-known episode in recent American history is the subject of a new biopic.    Libby Wadman has the details for this week’s Friday Film Review.

Director Lee Daniels, perhaps best known for “The Butler” and his Oscar award winning film, “Precious”, has returned with a fascinating biopic,”The United States vs Billie Holiday” based on Johann Hari’s book, “Chasing the Scream”.