Wasatch County Sheriff's Office

Wasatch County law enforcement responded to a chase that went through much of the valley on Friday.

Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office reports that the 911 dispatch center received a call from Orem dispatch that the driver and passenger of a stolen black Ford Expedition was on the move headed towards Wasatch County on Friday.

Members of the Valley Opposition to Large Transmission lines, or VOLT, are busy working to raise $1.5 million to fund the burial of about a one mile stretch transmission lines that will go through Midway City, but the clock is ticking on that effort.

Wasatch County

Wasatch County has released more information on the tax error that cost the county $6 million in under collected taxes. In a brief report the county has outlined a timeline of events and plans to prevent further errors in the future.

Musical guests are long-time locals Joy and Eric, premiering songs from their newest album “One Night”live in the studio.  Danny Hill calls in with festival-week concert updates at OP Rockwell, Chicago Mike Beck, producer of the 17th annual Access Film Music Showcase details this year's event, and Junior Richards announces  new festival shows at The Cabin. Not everything is a private event or requires a credential during the festival days.

On today's Local News Hour Utah State Board of Education Teacher Trainer Holly Bell talks about  the future of the Welcoming Schools program in the Park City School District and state of Utah. Park City Councilmember Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting. Park City Attorney Alex Natt talks about the unique details of the new medical cannabis law and the possible unintended consequences and Sundance Institute Managing Director Betsy Wallace has details about today's opening of the Festival store and sale of individual local tickets.

New Music! Click the date above for this week’s list or listen to our updated  FreshTracks playlist here. Stay tuned as songs get added and refreshed each week. Share your opinions with Christie@KPCW.org or drop a note on our facebook page. KPCW-Keeping it FRESH!!!

Time             Artist                                                                    Song

10am      Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello,Cardi B                   South Of The Boarder

11am      Tiesto                                                                          Blue



In 2019, the Park City School District budgeted $1.5 million to hire an architect to flesh out the facilities costs for the new master planning directives.  After more than a year of stakeholder input into the district’s master planning process.

Friday Film Review--"Uncut Gems"

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Comedian Adam Sandler takes a dark, dramatic turn in the new crime thriller “Uncut Gems.”    Linda Jager is here with this week’s Friday Film Review.

Adam Sandler is almost unrecognizable in the new crime thriller "Uncut Gems". Dressed in flashy designer shirts and an outfitted with an impressive set of false teeth, Sandler plays Howard Ratner – a jewelry dealer, philanderer, avid basketball fan and compulsive gambler.

Another Try Transit Week is being organized by Park City Municipal, local ski resorts and the Canyons Village Management Association.    The event begins  Saturday the 18th, to get people to look at alternate transit during the lead-in to the Sundance Film Festival.

Dave March from the CVMA said they’ve been working with the county to make alternative transit available for their tourists and employees.       

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A citizens group opposed to the Wohali development plan near Coalville is reportedly dropping the lawsuit they filed against the project.    But they are still pursuing a referendum to challenge it.   

A group called “Coalville For Responsible Growth” filed a lawsuit last week, alleging that the City Council’s approval given to Wohali in December was null and void because it had several procedural defects or omissions.


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