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.

Heber City

Heber City Council’s meeting on Tuesday looked at how to plan for the city’s future, and also looked at honoring and preserving its past.


Wasatch County

County trails, additional staff for the Assessor’s office and an annexation agreement are all on the Wasatch County Council’s agenda Wednesday.

Sundance Institute

The 2020 Sundance Film Festival brings with it opportunities for festival goers to see new films, hear panels and listen to live music. Alongside more traditional forms of artistic expression, the festival also explores opportunities for additional venues of expression.


Wasatch County Sheriff's Office

Wasatch County law enforcement responded to a chase that went through much of the valley on Friday.

Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office reports that the 911 dispatch center received a call from Orem dispatch that the driver and passenger of a stolen black Ford Expedition was on the move headed towards Wasatch County on Friday.

Members of the Valley Opposition to Large Transmission lines, or VOLT, are busy working to raise $1.5 million to fund the burial of about a one mile stretch transmission lines that will go through Midway City, but the clock is ticking on that effort.


Wasatch County

Wasatch County has released more information on the tax error that cost the county $6 million in under collected taxes. In a brief report the county has outlined a timeline of events and plans to prevent further errors in the future.


Five state representatives and senators met for a Legislative Preview hosted by Action Utah in Park City on Wednesday night. One of the hot topic issues for the evening was Tax Reform and funding for education.


Park City Fire District

A construction trailer near Woodward Park City caught on fire Wednesday afternoon.


Utah2019Tax.com

On December 12th members of the Utah Legislature passed a Tax Reform bill in a special session, which was then signed by Utah Governor Gary Herbert. Soon after a grassroots effort to overturn the bill sprung up across the state.


Christophe Moratal/IOC

The International Olympic Committee met in a session last week in Switzerland. There the committee received an update on future Winter Olympic Host cities. The update included only three cities by name, Salt Lake being one of them.


Logo for the 2020 Lausanne, Switzerland Youth Olympics
Olympics.com

US Ski & Snowboard saw action across the globe including local competitors in the Youth Olympics in Lausanne Switzerland.


Mountainlands Community Housing Trust

A local nonprofits effort to bring more affordable housing to Summit County will soon be complete with 64 new condos but time is running out for those interested in buying these units.


Seven local athletes began competition Thursday in Lausanne Switzerland begin their competition at the Youth Olympic Games. Among those celebrating and supporting those local athletes is the Youth Sports Alliance.


Midway City

At their Tuesday meeting Midway City Council swore in Lisa Kohler Orme for another term, as well as first term council members Steve Dougherty and Kevin Payne. One of the first items discussed by the new council was parking.

At their first meeting of 2020 Midway City Council considered an ordinance to amend their code regarding Festival Market Business Licenses, in order to incentivize the creation of public parking. Midway City planner Michael Henke introduced the idea.

NAC

Tickets are now on sale for the National Ability Center’s biggest fundraiser of the year.


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