Community rallies for Kamas family after tragedies
Family and friends are pulling together to buoy up the family who in the wake of a tragic accident with a daughter also lost a mother.
Lightning causes five fires
Lightning might have been a boon to Benjamin Franklin, but it kept fire crews busy Sunday, July 20 as strikes caused five fires in North Summit alone.
'Angie' remembered as a devoted mother
Angela Fitzgerald, a secretary at South Summit Elementary School, was remembered at the school after dying in a car collision Tuesday, July 15. Angela Fitzgerald started working as a secretary at South Summit Elementary School earlier this year, in large part because she wanted to be spend more time with her two children.
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Semis collide, fire closes down I-80 near Wyoming border
A semi-trailer rig hauling a flammable load of cleaning chemicals erupted in flames early Wednesday morning after crashing into another big rig, closing down part of Interstate 80 near the Utah-Wyoming border.
County Council to revisit leash laws
The Summit County Council will not only address leash laws but also the entire animal control ordinance at its weekly meeting Wednesday, July 16. The meeting will be held at the Summit County Courthouse, 60 North Main Street, Coalville.
Additional laws won't fix county's dog problems
Sometimes it is tough to decide who would benefit most from obedience classes the county's countless canine pets, or their owners.
New fair head keeping it fresh
Before last year's Summit County Fair, the new Fair Administrator Travis English was talking to some people about it.
County's first manager wins over a skeptical courthouse
Summit County's transition from a commission form of government to a council-manager format wasn't easy.