Summit County Sheriff's

KPCW received reports of a blood-soaked mattress along the north side of Kilby road today. (Friday) Summit County Sheriff’s investigators have determined it was a fake blood substance, often used for Halloween costumes or displays.

Summit County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Andrew Wright thinks it is a prank. But it was a substantial amount of blood like substance on the mattress. He says it was enough to alarm drivers-by who contacted their office.

Park City Toastmasters

The Park City Toastmasters Club is hosting the Park City Speakers Series on Tuesday at the Jim Santy Auditorium.

The Park City Toastmasters Club is an organization to help people become more comfortable speaking in public. Member, Joel Zuckerman says the club offers networking and leadership experiences as well.

“But, it’s primarily for two types of people. People who are learning how to speak and have a little bit of trepidation about speaking in public and others who have experience speaking and are looking to tweak in hone and improve.”

up close shot of multi-color Christmas lights
Jordanelle State Park

Jordanelle State Park is closing for the evenings in response to some grinchy behavior. The state park is preparing for a holiday lights program while also trying to recover some stolen items.

The front of a pickup truck and box truck smashed into each other.
Utah Highway Patrol

A car crash in Wasatch County has resulted in the death of a pickup driver.

The Morning Mix - November 15, 2019

Nov 15, 2019

Friday on The Morning Mix, co-hosts Christie Dilloway and Ryan Williams welcome Sarah Ann Degraw and  Aiden Triantaillou to the studio as their live, in-studio musical guests. They’ll also speak with Lance Rothchild, Jonathan Mount, Josephine Neubecker, and Stryder Larsen, all Park City High School students involved with the Thespian Society and putting on next week’s rendition of ‘A Gentlemen’s Guide To Love And Murder’ at the high school.

On today’s program, Summit County Public Works Director Derrick Radke has an update on the Jeremy/Pinebrook Interchange project. Park City Housing Development Manager Jason Glidden talks about the selection process for the Woodside Park Phase I units and Rachelle Raven and Joel Zuckerman from the Park City Speaker Series preview the upcoming "Attitude at Altitude" event on Tuesday.


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Time    Artist                                                           Song

10am   5 Seconds of Summer                                 Teeth

Summit County Council 2019

The Summit County Council and their staff met for their annual Retreat on November 12th, reviewing accomplishments of the past year, current challenges, and goals for 2020.  KPCW talked afterwards with Council Member Doug Clyde.

The Council held the Retreat in North Salt Lake.    As we’ve reported, they were asked if they want to take a proposal to the public next year for a “health tax levy.”

Clyde said everybody on Council feels that they need more information.        

Park City High School’s football team defeated Pine View High School 48-21 to advance to the state championship game next week.

The Miners defeated the Panthers, ranked fifth in the 4A division, due in part to scoring from five different players.

Dylan Bauer ran for two touchdowns. Quarterback Jack Skidmore also rushed for two touchdowns including a 70 yard run in the 2nd quarter. Skidmore also passed for two touchdowns one to Andrew Pederson and another to Mark McCurdy. Franklin Paas also had a rushing touchdown.

The Market At Park City

A local grocery store has reached its breaking point on frequent shoplifting during lunch hours. Since the first of November the police have been called on three separate days to detain students from Park City High School who have been accused of stealing food.

The Market at Park City Store Manager Rush Hotchkiss told KPCW the market has tried for several years to address shoplifting by students during lunch, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.