Local News Hour

On today's Local News Hour:

( 3:37) Ben Lasseter reports  on nonprofit in the Heber Valley wanting families to come have a free meal and take one to go next Monday .

( 5:55) PC Municipal's Linda Jager, Alex Roy, and Andy Stevenson on the City's Fall Open House Projects

( 19:15) Park City Museum Education Director Diane Knispel talks about the upcoming Cemetery Tours on Saturday.

On today's Local News Hour:

(10:12) - Peace House Executive Director Kendra Wyckoff and Board Member Karen Marriott have details about the 25th anniversary celebration at the Peace House on Saturday.

(26:09) - Park City Institute Executive Director Ari Ioannides has a rundown of the Main Stage season that was announced last night at the reveal party.

(41:30) - Sara Hutchinson, Event Organizer of Yoga and Manas in the Park, talks about the event, a fundraiser for Afghan women and children.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 2:15) Ben Lasseter's story on the yearly tradition that falls somewhere between a bike race, fundraiser and party, the 2021 Tour des Suds. 

( 4:30)  Rick Brough has this report on the Snyderville Planning Commission, along with county staff, working to revise their code on landscaping and change how we use and manage water.

( 7:06) Wendy Fisher from Utah Open Lands and Cheryl Fox from Summit Land Conservancy with an update on a $50mil Open Space Bond.

( 23:35) Channing Howard from DWR on Kokanee Salmon spawning.

( 35:00) The Youth Sports Alliance says organizers hope to hold this year’s Jan's Winter Welcome event in person as Ben Lasseter reports.

( 36:47) Wasatch County recorded another COVID-19 death on Friday. Wasatch County Health Department public information officer and epidemiologist Chris Smoot has an update.

( 38:23) Executive Director of Christian Center of Park City Rob Harter has an update on the services the organization offers.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 1:55) Summit County Health Dept educator Alyssa Mitchell talks about national suicide prevention month.

( 15:41) Meisha Ross from Autumn Aloft previews the annual hot air balloon exhibition.

( 29:11) Rick Brough's update on the Summit County Council  adoptation of a new policy on accessory buildings. 

( 33:33) The Friends of Summit County Search and Rescue presented a budget request to the Summit County Council at its meeting Wednesday as Sean Higgins Reports.

( 36:42 ) Ben Lasseter reports on Midway's Mountain Spa being conserved as open space.

( 39:02) Park City Education Foundation Ex. Director Abby McNulty has an update on programs offered by the foundation.

On today's Local News Hour:

(  2:16) Mountain Trails Report with Matt Wagoner from Basin Recreation.

( 5:27) Rick Brough's update on Coalville mayoral candidate Lynn Wood confirming residence in town according to the Summit County Assessor’s Office.

( 7:49) Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 2:14) Leslie Thatcher's report on the annual Shot Ski event canceled due to rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in the area.

( 4:22) Access to quality childcare is in a crisis, according to policy experts. Carolyn Murray has this update.

( 7:48) Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde recaps Wednesday's meeting.

( 19:04) The Kamas Planning Commission hosted a public hearing Tuesday night on whether to allow nightly rentals in town as Rick Brough reports.

( 21:24) Save People Save Wildlife Secretary Erin Ferguson and new PR person Gabby Saunders talk  about their efforts to prevent wildlife /vehicle collisions on I-80, their recent fundraising successes and what's next on their radar.

( 37:49) Youth Sports Alliance Executive Director Emily Fisher has an update on youth sport programming.

( 47:30) The Mountain West region saw more than 80 armed protests over the last year and a half. A new analysis warns these events are more likely to turn violent compared to unarmed demonstrations as Robyn Vincent reports.

On today's Local News Hour:

(03:15) - Carolyn Murray reports on "Ol' Miner" Statue Dedicated; Recognizes Rich Martinez And City's History

(06:09) - Park City Police Officer Leslie Welker and Park City Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Darren Nelson have details on the 20th annual 9-11 memorial on Saturday.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 2:11) Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting.

( 14:24) The Park City Council held a work session last week discussing new 5G cell phone technology and what the city can do to regulate it as Sean Higgins reports.

( 18:19) Rick Brough reports on Summit County Council's consideration of code changes to govern campgrounds and RV uses in Manor Lands near the Mirror Lake Highway.

( 22:30) Mountain Town Music Ex. Director Brian Richards has details on the launch of the Michael James Richards Memorial Fund at the annual MTM family picnic August 29th.

(33:12) Preview of the Heber City Council meeting agenda for tonight.

( 35:03) Update on repairs and closures to the Park City rail trail happening this week.

( 36:39) Cheryl Fox - Director of Summit Land Conservancy has updates on open space issues.

(47:01) The Park City Council has indicated it plans to hold a special public meeting to discuss the city’s course of action amid the worsening COVID-19 pandemic.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 2:17) Sean Higgins' report on the employees of the Redstone 8 Cinemas in Kimball Junction decision to end a two-week long strike.

( 4:58) Summit County Council Member Glen Wright recaps Wednesday's meeting.

( 20:03) Reagan Chung the winner of the 2021  Park City Area Restaurant Association's Savor the Cocktail Contest talks about his winning libation.

( 25:09) Jenny Diersen has details on Miners Day, Song Summit and Autumn Aloft & Trail Events.

( 33:13) Former Coalville Mayor Duane Schmidt has died as Rick Brough reports.  

( 35:57) Carolyn Murray's report on Park City School District's policy in regards to a misdemeanor assault petition filed last Monday against a Treasure Mountain Junior High Student. 

( 38:26) This week’s Park City Council meeting will revisit a topic that sparked  public interest when it was on the agenda last year: 5G towers as Sean Higgins reports.

( 41:18) Ben Lasseter's story on Heber City's rare opportunity to get a big financial boost as the city launches some big-ticket projects.

( 44:22) Sean Higgins reports on the annual Friends of the Library book sale in Park City kicking off this Saturday. 

( 46:37) Francis City returns with its annual Labor Day weekend celebration, Francis Frontier Days as Rick Brough reports.

On today's Local News Hour:

(02:26) - Rick Brough reports on the Park City Chamber Seminar Considers The Challenges, Opportunities of Workforce Shortages

(07:02) -  Jeremy Ranch resident Marina Hudson talks about her weekday COVID-19 emails.

(21:05) - Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of this week's city council meeting.

(43:44) - Summit Community Garden Executive Director Sloane Johnson has a Gardens update.

(49:13) - Park City Song Summit Cancels For 2021

On today's Local News Hour:

( 2:38) Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting.

( 15:50) Summit County Health Director Phil Bondurant has the latest on Summit County going to the HIGH transmission level of COVID-19.

( 36:19) Park City Friends of the Library Member Araby Leary has an update on this year's Used Book Sale and Author Luncheon.

( 44:44) Carolyn Murray reports on the Park City School District's zero tolerance policy for bullying after the viral video of an assault last week at the Treasure Mountain Middle School was released.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 3:32) Sean Higgins report on the Park City Planning Commission getting an in-depth look at parking and circulation plans for the proposed development of Deer Valley’s Snow Park parking lots on Wednesday.

( 6:29) Snyderville Planning Commissioner Crystal Simons has an update from Tuesday's meeting.

( 16:00) Early Childhood Expert Elliot Hapel discusses the crital issue of early childhood education and care in Summit County.He is joined by the Ex. Director of the Early Childhood Alliance Kristen Shulz.

( 33:53) Park City Police increased dump truck inspections on Marsac Avenue after a crash in July, but Police Chief Wade Carpenter says that pulls resources away from other important areas of town as Sean Higgins reports.

( 36:41) Summit County Arts Council Marketing Manager Leslie Chavez has details on this weekend's Art on the Trails.

(41:04) Ben Lasseter's story about Swiss Days  returning to Midway n full swing the first weekend of September.

(43:12) Ex. Director of Salt Lake Climbing Alliance Julia Geisler has details about the 8th annual Salt Lake Climbing Festival. 

(46:37) Debate about mask mandate update from the Summit County Council meeting Wednesday night.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 2:29) Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong recaps Wednesday's meeting.

( 12:10) Kimball Art Center Curator Nancy Stoakes and Artist in Residency Jorge Rojas have details about a series of classes on the community art project People of Corn happening this month and next.