David Boyle

Reporter

KPCW reporter David Boyle covers all things in the Heber Valley as well as sports and breaking news.

Although this is ‘technically’ David’s first full-time job he joins the news team with plenty of experience working at his hometown newspaper the San Juan Record along with internships at KUER, KSL and BYU Radio as well as a degree in News Media from BYU.

Originally from Monticello, Utah, David also has deep ties to the Heber Valley. His grandfather Bob Clyde was a sheep rancher in the valley and also represented the county in the Utah State Legislature for 16 years.

If he’s not in the KPCW bullpen you can find David hiking with his wife Emily, skiing, watching NBA basketball or re-runs of Seinfeld and The Office.

Wasatch County

Wasatch County Council heard some good news regarding available amenities in the county on Friday evening. Despite the news officials are still urging the public to continue to follow the ‘Stay at Home’ order especially with spring break starting on Monday.

Utah House of Representatives

As we’ve reported, Logan Wilde, a Republican who represents part of Summit County in the state legislature, is stepping down to take a role in the Governor’s office.

Press Pool

Don’t plan a trip to Zion National Park or Lake Powell for Spring Break. Those two areas are the latest victims to COVID-19.

CDC-Coronavirus

The Utah Department of Health released new numbers Friday afternoon about COVID-19 in the state.

There are 1,246 confirmed cases statewide, up 172 from Thursday. Summit County has 222 cases, an increase of 18 from Thursday, 12 patients have been hospitalized. Wasatch County has 69 confirmed cases, up eight from the day before. Four have been hospitalized. 

COVID-19 has disrupted businesses, schools, nonprofits and churches. including local LDS congregations.

CDC-Coronavirus

Wasatch County’s decision to issue a “Stay at Home” order went into effect on Wednesday. Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis shares his thoughts

Wasatch County Health Department

 

Wasatch County’s ‘Stay at Home’ order went into effect Wednesday morning. Wasatch County Council and invited city leadership sat in on a council meeting Wednesday afternoon.

Intermountain Health Care

Wasatch Back Hospitals are reporting they have ample healthy staff and personal protective gear but that isn’t stopping them from preparing for a potential surge.

Utah High School Activities Association

The governing association of high school sports has suspended all sports through at least May 1st.

Askold Romanov

Construction of the tunnels underneath U.S. 40 near Mayflower begins Wednesday evening.

  

  

Wasatch County's 'Stay at Home' order goes into effect Wednesday morning. And the county's information hotline is getting lots of calls--mostly from businesses.

Utah is trending in the right direction for COVID-19 however a few days of positive trends isn’t enough evidence to declare a complete victory.

The Utah Department of Health released new numbers Tuesday afternoon about COVID-19 in the state.

There are 887 confirmed cases statewide, up 81 from Monday. Summit County has 181 cases, up from 176. Nine are visitors and 167 are residents. Wasatch County has 51 confirmed cases, up six from the day before. 50 of those are residents and one is a visitor.

Salt Lake County has the most confirmed cases in the state at 402. After Summit County, the county with the highest number of cases is Davis County, with 84 cases. 

Wasatch County Sheriff's Office

At the Monday special meeting of the Wasatch County Council, the council heard from the sheriff.

Wasatch County Health Department

Wasatch County issued a Stay at Home order on Monday afternoon. The order comes as county officials note that COVID-19 cases in the county are doubling about every two to three days. 

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