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Local News Hour - June 14, 2021

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On today's Local News Hour:

( 02:40)  The Utah School Readiness Board has approved more than $12 million in grant applications for the upcoming 2021-22 school year as Carolyn Murray reports.

( 06:22) Park City Municipal Water Resources Manager Jason Christensen has information about the city's water conservation efforts. 

( 20:47) Rick Brough's update from the Summit County Health Board on the tick season this summer.

( 23:27) Pamella Bellow and Kathy Day of Summit County Behavioral Health Prevention have details about the Parent's Empowered Family Activity.

( 31:00) COVID-19 cases have stayed low in Utah despite Memorial Day weekend celebrations two weeks ago as Jessica Lowell reports.

( 33:34) Park City Education Foundation Development Director Jen Billow has an update on programs offered by the foundation.

(43:51) Update on the first dedicated mountain bike trail in the Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forrest that opened last Saturday.

(46:54) Sean Higgins story about A fatal crash on US 40 in Wasatch County killed one motorist and sent another to the hospital Thursday evening.

(48:11) Local mountain biker Haley Batten qualified for her first Olympic team competing in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.

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