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.

Although performances at Deer Valley’s Snow Park Amphitheater has been cancelled for the summer, the Utah Symphony is still planning on a jam-packed slate next year, they’re also providing music online in the interim. 

Wasatch County

A Resort on the south side of Jordanelle featuring RV sites, glamping and cabins took one step closer to approval on Thursday. 

Heber City

Heber City Council will be voting on and likely approving a petition known as the Sorenson annexation at their Tuesday meeting. The agreement will double the size of Heber.

Utah Department of Health

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

Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands

The Saddle Fire has burned 683 acres and is up to 70% contained.

Press Pool, Deseret News

Governor Herbert announced as part of Utah’s coronavirus response, much of the state will be moved to the low risk category on Saturday. The Wasatch Back is one of five areas in the state that will remain at moderate risk for at least for another week.

Press Pool, Deseret News

The state of Utah went into the Orange color coded risk phase of the COVID-19 pandemic on May 1, which raises the question when the state might move to the lower risk yellow phase. 

Wasatch County Fire

The Saddle Fire located to the north of Midway and Interlaken has burned 646 acres but is 40% contained. 

  

Heber City

With Heber’s general plan updated, the city is now looking at the details of what implementation will look like.


Utah Department of Health

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

Tuesday COVID-19 Update

May 12, 2020
Utah Department of Health

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

Mitchel Burns

  Fire officials reported last night that the Saddle Fire located in the hills to the North of Midway had reached 200 acres and was 0% contained. 

Heber City

After two years of consideration, Heber City Council will be taking a vote on the Sorenson annexation nest Tuesday.

Wasatch County Fire

The hills near Interlaken are ablaze. Crews are battling the fourth fire in the area within a week.

UPDATE 4:15 pm - Officials are now reporting the Saddle Fire has grown to 100 acres in size.

Some good news is that the flames are moving away from the homes and other structures nearby in the Interlaken area. Still as a precaution several homes were evacuated in the area. 

 

Utah Highway Patrol

A car traveling the wrong way on I-80 resulted in the death of a Park City man Saturday night.

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