US Ski and Snowboard

US Ski and Snowboard Nordic skier Rosie Brennan was born and raised in Park City and graduated from Park City High School.


Monday, the Utah Department of Health reports 1500 people have died from COVID-19. That is an increase of seven people since yesterday. (Sunday) Public health concerns that hospitals are close to capacity continues as a statewide issue.  

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Bruce Erickson, who was an influence in Park City planning for three decades, has died.  He was 68 years old. 

Erickson passed away on Sunday -  just a couple of months after he announced he was retiring as the city’s Planning Director.   

Earlier this month, when the city announced a new Planning Director, Gretchen Milliken, they added that Erickson would help with the transition until the end of the month.

Mountain Money - January 18, 2021

11 hours ago

Alicia Mazzara (1:52) of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities spoke with Mountain Money on the disproportionate way COVID impacts communities of color in the nation, particularly from an economic perspective. 

(19:44) In this episode, Mountain Money replayed an interview conducted in June 2020 Sven Beckert, professor of History at Harvard University.  Sven spoke about the historical relationship between capitalism and slavery and its impacts on the world we live in today.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:01) Nikki Champion has today’s Utah Avalanche Forecast Center report.

( 07:15) Mountain Mediation Center Board Chair Miriam Garcia and Volunteer Hailey Locke have details on the upcoming Community Conversation programming.

( 19:55) U. S. Ski and Snowboard Update with Cross County Communications Manager Tom Horrocks and Park City native Rosie Brennen who is having her best season ever.

( 34:45) Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Dana Jones has an update on programs and trailheads.

Cada Domingo - Gala Montes 01-17-21

22 hours ago

We welcome back Gala Montes on Cada Domingo. Gala returns to debut on Cada Domingo the World-Premier of her new single La Oportunidad. We spend the hour chating with the singer and actress about her career, and hear some of her music, including her new single. 

Le damos la bienvenida de nuevo a Gala Montes en Cada Domingo. Gala regresa para el debút en Cada Domingo de la Primicia Mundial de su nuevo sencillo La Oportunidad. Pasámos la hora hablando con la cantante y actriz de su carrera, y escuchamos algo de su musica, incluyendo su nuevo sencillo.

Cada Domingo - Olivia Jaramillo 01-17-21

22 hours ago

Despite recent events continuing to unfold, and as more information on the attack on Capitol Hill in early January 2021, there isn't much discussion happening on Latino airwaves locally.

Cada Domingo - Lirio Sanchez & Ana Pantoja - 01-17-21

22 hours ago

Mountain Mediation Center has hosted a series of community conversations. Lirio Sanchez, Outreach Coordinator and Program Assistant and Ana Pantoja, Intern with MMC join us to talk about the events taking place Tuesdays January 19th and 26th at 6pm via Zoom chat with a focus of Blending Voices Within Community and is in both English and Spanish in an effort to help bridge the gap between the Hispanic and Latino members of our community and the rest.

If you have questions regarding these events please call 435-336-0060 or 435-200-5337. 
Zoom meeting ID 864 5569 5323

Despite increasing COVID-19 testing over the last week, new cases throughout the state have continued to decline.

The Utah Department of Health announced 1,585 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, which is almost 700 less cases than the state saw at the same time last week.

The state reported an increase of 7,199 new tests administered. 

Summit County reported 34 new cases. In comparison, last Sunday Summit County saw 55 cases.

Wasatch County reported 22 new cases. Last Sunday, the county saw 38.  

Wasatch County Sheriff's Office

The body of a Wasatch man who was missing for almost a month was found Saturday.

53-year-old Chad West was reported missing Dec. 17. He was last seen about a week before driving away from his Wasatch County home in his black pick-up truck.



Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office received a phone call Saturday morning reporting that someone had potentially found West’s truck on private property in an area known as “The Hogs Back,” on the north side of Daniels Canyon.