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Local News Hour - July 19, 2021

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On today's Local News Hour:

( 03:07) Rick Brough's story about the Park City’s Miners Day celebration and the Rotary Club's plan to resume the town’s 125-year-old holiday tradition.

( 06:23) At the Jordanelle Reservoir, some have recently reported getting rashes known as “swimmer’s itch.” as Ben Lasseter reports.

( 08:31) As the 2020 Tokyo Olympics prepare to open later this week, Park City resident and 1964 Olympic Gold Medalist Dick Roth looks back at the Tokyo games of his youth.

( 20:12) Utah Govenor Spencer Cox's update on drought and vaccination rates as Ellie Fischer reports

( 21:46) Summit County Council chair Glen Wright's update on the 100% net renewable engery goals set by the Community Renwable Energy Act in 2019 as Rick Brough reports.

( 24:58) Ben Lasseter reports on drivers no longer being allowed to park on either side of the Guardsman Pass road.

( 26:43) Division President of real estate developer C.W Urban Darlene Carter which will be building 38 affordable condos in Silver Creek Village.

( 37:16) Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Dana Jones has a monthly update.

( 46:53) A member of the Park City Council is saying it will step back from a proposal for a soil repository in Park City along SR 248. An overwhelming amount of negative feedback at Thursday night’s public hearing is putting the brakes on the project.