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Heber Encircle house for LGBTQ+ youth delayed again

A Heber City center for LGBTQ+ youth faces another delay in opening, and the nonprofit behind it may close altogether. Encircle Utah, founded six years ago in Salt Lake City, has pushed its planned Heber opening in December to next year. Encircle Vice President of Marketing Callie Birdsall-Chambers said she...
HEBER CITY, UT
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Deer Valley is open for the 2022/20223 season. It is the earliest opening day in the 42 year history of the resort. 10″ of new snow fell Monday into Tuesday morning which made for a spectacular first day of the season. | David Jackson/Park Record. Support Local Journalism. Readers...
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Park City LGBTQIA+ Taskforce wants to hear from you

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Annual Makers Market opens Friday, needs new home

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Climate change expert says Utah could do more

Journalist Jake Bittle talks about his new book, "The Great Displacement," and says Utah could do more when it comes to climate change. Tough but fair, Leslie is the woman most of Park City wakes up with every weekday morning. Leslie has been at KPCW since 1990 and her years at KPCW have given her depth and insight, guiding her as she asks local leaders and citizens the questions on everyone’s minds during the live interviews of the Local News Hour.
PARK CITY, UT

The richest person in Park City, Utah

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PARK CITY, UT
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Flow to slow in ‘Poison Creek’

Empire Creek, part of the waterway known as Poison Creek, no longer will flow all year in Park City beginning in the spring. For years, water from the Judge Tunnel, a historic mining tunnel, has been discharged into Empire Creek, which is not a naturally occurring year-round waterway. Historical flows in the creek have been the result of storms and snowmelt, as well as sporadic overflows from the tunnel.
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