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Is there a Park City Harmons on the horizon?

The owners of Outlets Park City have applied to drastically reshape one wing of the outdoor mall, requesting to build a 60,000-square-foot Harmons grocery store in a stretch that is now home to a dozen outlets, including three shoe stores and a luggage retailer. The grocery store would be the...
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Court report: Week of June 7

According to the Summit County Attorney’s Office, the following cases were heard on Monday, June 7, in 3rd District Court at the Summit County Justice Center. Cassie Elizabeth White, 33, of Park City, pleaded guilty to two class A misdemeanors: criminal trespass and possession or use of a controlled substance. Sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 2.
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The Natural History Museum of Utah Introduces Explorer Corps

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah. — Ever wondered what is unique about each of Utah’s 29 counties? The Natural History Museum of Utah is helping spotlight natural and cultural history wonders in each of them with the Natural History Explorer Corps. The summer-long challenge encourages Utahns and tourists to discover natural history in every county, spotlighting one […]
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Local Reservoirs Have Only Received 3% of Regular Snowmelt, Say Officials

With Utah experiencing record-setting drought conditions before the summer even starts, water restrictions have been put in place across the state in order to compensate. With over 90% of Utah experiencing what is considered ‘extreme drought,’ Utah Governor Spencer Cox declared a drought state of emergency in May and announced this week that state entities would reduce their watering to twice a week.
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Workers who can't buy homes in Summit County 'getting worse'

PARK CITY, Utah (KUTV) — Summit County may easily have the most expensive housing in the state, and some of the most costly across the country. “Would I love to live in Summit County? You bet,“ said Lt. Andrew Wright of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. “There’s just no way. It’s not reasonable. It’s not attainable.“
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New mayors likely in Oakley, Coalville and Francis

The weeklong period for candidates to file for municipal office ended Monday, and highlights included a flurry of last-minute filings that necessitated a primary in Oakley, nearly a dozen people running for three positions in Coalville and the Hideout mayor filing for reelection with a half hour to spare. Mayors...
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East Canyon Fire Has Burned Over 800 Acres, 0% Contained

The East Canyon Fire burning in neighboring Morgan County grew to over 800 acres overnight and is currently 0% contained, according to Utah Wildfire. The East Canyon Fire was started near East Canyon State Park in Morgan County midday Tuesday. Utah Wildfire announced late Tuesday that an investigation has determined...
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Summit County Council Approves Neighborhood Mixed-use Zone

After months of discussion, the Summit County Council finally approved the proposed neighborhood mixed-use zone at its meeting on Wednesday. The approval of the new zone occurred relatively quickly in the middle of the council’s long, busy agenda. The vote was 4 to 1 with a dissenting vote from Roger Armstrong.
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East Canyon Fire Now 45% Contained

Utah Wildfire Info reported the East Canyon Fire is now 45% contained as of Wednesday evening. The East Canyon Fire was started near East Canyon State Park in Morgan County midday Tuesday and burned upwards of 1,000 acres before crews began to contain the blaze. Summit County fire crews were...
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Summit County Water District Comes Under Cyberattack

The threat of cyberattack is real, as Summit County discovered recently. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher gave a brief report Wednesday to the County Council saying that the Mountain Regional Water District had sustained some electronic assaults in recent weeks. “It was a small malware incident against a few of...