Enrique Sanchez

Park City High School

On Thursday, the United States Supreme Court upheld the Obama era executive order known as DACA or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It allows young people brought to the U.S. as minors, to remain under legal protection if they are working or in school. The ruling was a blow to the Trump administration which had challenged the legality of the 2012 order.

Today on the Local News Hour:

( 00:05) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

(06:54 ) DACA Recipient Enrique Sanchez and Bright Futures Director Rebecca Gonzales react to the news this week that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that DACA recipients can continue to stay in the U.S.

( 21:17) Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting.

USCIS

The fees to renew a DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) application are increasing two fold in 2020.

KPCW talked with one Park City DACA student about the impacts such an increase will have on him as he pursues his education.

On today’s program, Members of Leadership Class 24 Sam Mueller, Tina Pignatelli, and Enrique Sanchez give their impressions of Road Tour. Park City and Summit County Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez has an update on the ongoing transportation projects.

  Rocio Torres and Enrique Sanchez of Park City Municipal discuss the "Bike Back to School, Work and Play Day," on Friday, August 31, when free helmets will be handed out at various locations including Park City High School and Aspen Villas.

 

Rocio Torres y Enrique Sánchez de la Municipalidad de Park City hablan del “Andar en bicicleta a la escuela, el trabajo y el juego." Se otorgarán cascos gratis. Toma lugar el viernes, 31 de agosto en varios lugares incluyendo Park City High School y Aspen Villas.

Enrique Sanchez

With the clock ticking on the DACA program and no new applications being accepted, it'll be up to Congress to figure out the fate of nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants, who were brought to the U.S. by their parents as children. In this second of a two-part series, Leslie Thatcher examines the future hopes and dreams of one Park City student - who has always called Park City home. 

Enrique Sanchez

20 year old Enrique Sanchez, a Mexican citizen, has spent most of his life in Park City. He's watching the process unfolding that will determine his fate in the states. In this first of a two-part series, Leslie Thatcher reveals more on just one of the hundreds of thousands of others who are in a similar situation.

Twenty-year-old Enrique Sanchez -- who has spent most of his life in Park City, but is legally a Mexican citizen -- is watching carefully as the process unfolds in Washington to determine his fate. In the first segment of a two-part series, KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reveals the story of just one of the hundreds of thousands of immigrants that face this situation.

Local News Hour - September 8, 2017

Sep 8, 2017

On today’s program, Bob Radke with Basin Rec has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. DACA participant Enrique Sanchez shares his story and the uncertainty of his future with the decision made this week to phase out the DACA program. Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong and Park City Council member Nann Worel have an update on this year’s City Road Tour to Boulder. CO. Park City Museum Director Sandra Morrison and Marianne Cone with Park City Mining History have details on the Celebrate Our Roots on Wednesday, and a recap of mine site stabilization efforts this year.