Red Light, Green Light, GO!

100 South in Heber gets a new stoplight. One of the city’s busiest intersections is becoming much safer. A new traffic light is being added to 100 South and 300 West. This road is also State Highway 113 and is managed by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT). The department has been doing a “warrant

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Heber City Council Approves Sorenson Annexation

An Interview with Heber City Manager Matt Brower and Mayor Kelleen Potter After more hours than you can count on your family’s fingers and toes combined, Heber City Council has approved the Sorenson Annexation. In response to a petition to annex into Heber City by developers, deliberations to create a master development agreement began over

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Heber City Main Street Fall Clean Up

Bring your friends and neighbors, a pair of gloves and your volunteer spirit to the Main Street Fall Clean Up this Saturday, November 2 from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. Volunteers will meet at the Heber City Tabernacle fire pit. Lunch and snacks will be provided by the City management. For community members interested in

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Heber Council Approves Annexation Policy

The Heber City Council passed an annexation policy plan at Tuesdays meeting that could potentially double the size of the city. Listen to the Story on KPCW.org The plan would allow developments in certain parts of the county to be annexed into the city, the largest portion of the expansion area map is east of

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Heber City Theaters, August Business of the Month

Most people have a general understanding that the movie business is big business. With each new movie hitting the big screen reports come flooding in with box office performance numbers in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Even making a two-hour feature length movie can rack up several hundred million dollars. James and Jane Lane,

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