David Boyle


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.

Utah Department of Health

Sunday afternoon the Utah Department of Health reported the death of a Wasatch County man due to COVID-19.

Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation

The two Utah Olympic Legacy venues in the Wasatch Back are open for the summer. Visitors can expect some changes. 


Friday marks the largest single day increase in positive COVID-19 cases in Utah.


Another fundraising event has been altered by COVID-19. This year’s JDRF gala, which raises funds for type one diabetes research will be hosted exclusively on tv. 

Press Pool

Thursday morning Governor Gary Herbert and other state officials spoke about the state’s COVID-19 response, and the disproportionate impact of the virus on the Navajo Nation in the southeastern corner of the state.

Deer Valley announced Thursday afternoon plans to start summer operations in June. 


Despite a shortened school year, the Youth Sports Alliance continued to impact young athletes pursue their goals as nearly 50 youth athletes were named to national teams.

Extell Development Company

The CEO of the company set to build the Mayflower Mountain Resort updated he MIDA board on their progress at a meeting Tuesday.

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Summit County

While summer begins to heat up the Wasatch Back, Summit County’s Fire Warden is reminding residents that now is a great time to prepare for fire season.

courtesy of Summit County

In COVID-19 hotspots across the US reports of an inflammatory disease infecting children has put some parents on alert. There are no confirmed cases of the disease in Summit County. 

Extell Development Company

Contractors for Mayflower Mountain Resort project are back to work, and a review committee for MIDA is close to approving a language around a conceptual and final subdivision plat. 


Summit County has had the highest per capita cases count of COVID-19 for much of the pandemic. As a result a lot of innovative testing and study has taken place in the community.

Utah Department of Health

Wasatch County has been moved to the low risk, yellow phase effective immediately. 

Midway City

A ruling by a state utility board would have put an end to Midway’s bid to place transmission lines underground.  That movement is still alive as City council voted to ask for a stay on the ruling Tuesday evening.  

Heber City

Heber City Council approved the annexation of the Sorenson Property, meaning the incoming 5,700-unit development built over the course of 40 years will officially be a part of the city.