Park City

Everything to do inside of Park City proper.

It’s time for the fourth annual Paint the Town Blue event. Saturday people are invited to show local law enforcement that Park City has their back. Melissa Allison has more:

Melissa Allison

As we’ve reported earlier, 200,000 gallons of water were lost when the waterline on Heber Ave. busted on Thursday. The city said the road would be closed between Park Ave. and Main St. no later than Wednesday morning. Melissa Allison brings us the latest on what is, or isn’t, happening on Heber Ave.:

Judy Epstein

Judy Epstein lives on Meadows Drive in Park City. At the bottom of her family’s driveway sits a bronze bear.

“At the bottom of the driveway we have a couple of big rocks and our bronze bear drinking a cup of coffee." Epstein continued, "Has a black coffee mug in his hand, smiling sitting on the rock greeting people as they drive up and down the street. (It) has somewhat become known to everybody in Park City as the house with the bear. It was taken, stolen off this rock. It was bolted to the rock pretty securely but Oliver—who we have affectionately named our bear—was gone.

The Park City Women’s Expo comes October 13 and 14. Organizers say the inaugural event is all about education, support and community. Melissa Allison has more:

Heber Ave. Closed Due To Busted Water Line

Oct 2, 2018

Park City officials issued an emergency contract to replace the water line on Heber Avenue after it busted Thursday – spilling about 200,000 gallons of water in 90 minutes. The repairs will require Heber Avenue to close through October starting as soon as Tuesday night.  Melissa Allison brings us the latest:

On average, Park City uses 3,000 gallons of water per minute of water year-round. But that’s with leaks. Melissa Allison brings us an update on the city’s efforts to identify and repair them:

Wednesday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 pm Mountain Mediation invites the public to hear a presentation entitled Communication After Trauma at the Blair Education Center at the Park City Hospital.

Natalie Segall is an attorney, mediator and a member of the Mountain Mediation board. She explains why they’re speaking about trauma.

  An attorney for Anthony McClanahan, a former NFL football player charged with killing his wife in Park City last year, has given notice that he will claim "diminished mental capacity" for his client.

Given that, Third District Court Judge Patrick Corum on Monday ordered a medical examination for the defendant.

McClanahan, who played for the Dallas Cowboys in the 1990's was present for the short hearing. The 47-year-old defendant was transported from the Salt Lake jail where he is confined on another charge and spoke only when giving short answers to the judge.

Utah State University History Professor Norm Jones is slated to visit Park City Saturday to deliver a lecture on a topic he said the public has asked for - “What Is An Educated Person In The 21st Century?” Melissa Allison has more:

The clock is running out for the remaining five residents at the Prospector Condos. Park City purchased the 23 affordable housing units in May and put those residents on notice - they would need to be out by October 31. Melissa Allison brings us the latest: