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Local News Hour - September 3, 2021

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On today's Local News Hour:

( 2:30 ) Mountain Trails Foundation Weekly report with Executive Director Lora Smith.

( 7:16) Adolph Imboden honored with the Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award.

( 10:44) Sean Higgins report on Park City’s Miners’ Day celebrations being back after a year off due to COVID-19.

( 13:58 ) Governor Spencer Cox announced a new resource for keeping up to date on COVID-19 cases in schools as Ben Lasseter reports. 

( 16:46) Rick Brough with Summit County Council Chair Glenn Wright who says that employers, including the county, will continue encouraging vaccinations and the use of masks.

( 21:13) Utah Division of Wildlife Resources shot and killed a sandhill crane that was pecking cars at the Rivers Edge in the Heber Valley as Michelle Deininger.

( 24:02) Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting.

( 36:23) Park City resident Max Walter talks about his final performance in Rotary Park next Wednesday titled, Spirit of Carl Sandburg: The People's Poet in his own words.

( 41:43) Race Director of the Park City Point 2 Point race Jay Burke has details about how to avoid Saturday's race that will take races from Round Valley to the Canyons along Park City's single track trails.