Local News Hour - July 9, 2021
On today's Local News Hour:
( 02:59) Mountain Trails Report with Lora Smith.
( 07:54) Ex. Director of EATS – that’s Eat Awesome Things at School Meghan Miller-Gitlin – talks about what they plan to do with their Women’s Giving Fund grant and what’s happening this summer with school out.
( 14:07) Park City's traffic calming project, called People-First Streets, allows residents to create ways to slow cars so pedestrians and bikers can safely navigate neighborhoods as Caroylnn Murray reports
( 17:59)Sean Higgins story about Utah experiencing historic levels of drought this summer, water restrictions have been put in place across the state -- including here in the Wasatch Back. Although the situation is still serious, Park City used much less water than it did one year ago over the Fourth of July holiday.
( 21:31) Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez talks about the shortage of deputies and how to best fix that.
( 37:46) Park City Filmmaker Cole Sax talks about his new film - out just in time for the Olympics: World Debut From Outsiders To The Olympics.