Heber City, UT


Heber City Police Department Shift Report: 11/24

HEBER CITY, Utah-Friday, the Heber City Police Department released its shift report for November 24:. Case #2211/0069-Fire officers responded to a kitchen stove on fire at 200 West and 300 South, Heber City. Case #2211-0884: Citizen assist complainant reported concern for his niece and children because of possible abuse from...
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Wasatch High School's CAPS program grows, provides scholarships

Wasatch High School Center for Advanced Professional Studies Director Weston Broadbent shares updates on student projects that include farming for scholarships, water quality reporting and a pending patent on the smart shoe insole prototype that CAPS students developed last year.

High Valley reports smooth Heber Valley transit launch

The first week of public transit in Wasatch County was relatively popular among new riders, according to the director in charge of the new buses. The newest local bus route, known as the Wasatch Back Connector, gave 148 rides between Heber City and Park City in its first seven days.

Wednesday Morning Crash South of Heber City

WASATCH COUNTY, Utah-Wednesday morning at 8:49 am, UDOT reported a crash on northbound US 40 seven miles south of Heber City at milepost 28. The latest real-time information is available on the UDOT app or at This is traditionally a heavy travel day. The weather conditions are expected to...
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Park City business owner criticizes Silly Market logistics: ‘Let them take a parking lot’

Ken Davis has watched the Park Silly Sunday Market since it was launched in 2006 as something designed to bring some funk, and crowds, to Main Street. Over the 16 years, the Silly Market has drawn large numbers of people to the shopping, dining and entertainment strip, but even after such a lengthy run on Main Street there are still concerns the weekly event dampens sales at the brick-and-mortar businesses.
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Park City police field report of dogs stealing lasagna

The Park City Police Department has received an unusual complaint involving food, but it had nothing to do with Thanksgiving leftovers. The agency on Nov. 8 was told of what was described as an ongoing issue between neighbors and pets on Paddington Drive. According to public police logs, the department at 7:07 p.m. on Nov. 8 was told the neighbors’ dogs “stole lasagna” from the person’s deck. The lasagna was taken the weekend before the report to the police.

Agreement brings bus, microtransit services to Wasatch, Summit counties

HEBER CITY — Folks looking to utilize public transportation services in Wasatch County will now be able to do so for the first time ever. Wasatch County and High Valley Transit on Tuesday announced that they have entered a three-year, $3 million agreement to offer public bus transit services between Wasatch and Summit counties, along with microtransit services throughout the Heber Valley.

Orem woman gives ultimate gift, saving two lives with kidney donation

OREM, Utah (KUTV) — An Orem woman is quickly recovering after an operation in October, in which she became a living kidney donor. “I’ve always been told that you can change the world one person at a time and you should be the change in the world that you want to see,” Sophia Jackson said.
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Truck crash leaves mess

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Canyons Village set to brighten up the holiday season

Canyons Village at Park City Mountain will light up the holiday season with its sixth annual tree lighting ceremony and fireworks. The event,held on Friday, Nov. 25, has become a tradition for many people and families, said Whitney W. Ryan, Canyons Village Management Association director of marketing and public relations.
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Guest editorial: It’s your turn, Summit County

The Park City Council on Oct. 27 passed an ordinance greatly limiting the zoning areas where fractional ownership properties are allowed. The primary intent of the new ordinance is to protect established single-family neighborhoods. Unfortunately, this ordinance only applies to Park City itself. Clearly fractional ownership is not the same...