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Encircle House

The idea for Encircle House began with one simple question: How can we bring people together to create a better

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Make That Change

I am a stubborn individual. Many times I have pondered whether this character attribute is, in fact, a virtue or

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Wasatch Community Foundation

Wasatch Community Foundation

In recent years Wasatch County has undergone a tremendous amount of change. As the people who live in this beautiful valley we’ve had to take a deeper look at what we, the community, care about.

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Heber Valley Tourism

Tourism in Heber Valley

Paul and Cameron Phillips are a father and son duo who own and operate Strawberry Bay Marina on Strawberry Reservoir. They represent the second and third generation of the Phillips family to run the family-owned business. Since the mid-1970s, when Paul’s father started the company, the father and son team have grown the business to serve the over 2 million visitors that come to recreate at Strawberry Reservoir each year.

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Russ McDonald Field

Amelia Earhart once asked, “What do dreams know of boundaries?” As children, our dreams have no boundaries — we can

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Leaning In

Leaning In

“Things are tough all over,” a phrase coined by a popular movie from the early 1980’s — but every bit

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Turn the Page

By Stacey Burton In the last few months, life as we have known it has dramatically changed, but thankfully there

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Wasatch County Fair

The arrival of hundreds of glimmering horse trailers and clanking trucks precariously carrying carnival rides, combined with the sweet-sticky-hot-oil smell

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Breaking the Mold

Breaking The Mold

I have heard it popularly stated that by small and simple things – great things could be accomplished. Spring is

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Life Is Good 5K

Life is Good 5K

Turning a loss into a win is no easy task. Lindsay and Travis Jepperson understand the frustration and struggle of

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Ventum

Ventum Racing

What is it about Wasatch County that is so attractive to residents and visitors from around the world? Perhaps the

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Heber Half

Heber Half

The Heber Half Run for Autism is an event that brings the community together in love and support toward those

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Humanity

How Human Are You?

One of my all-time favorite science fiction stories centers around a dystopian future in the San Francisco of 2021. In

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Heber City Council

Heber City is the third-fastest growing micropolitan city in the nation. With that comes great pressure to grow responsibly and

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Nature

Living Sculpture

One of my personal hobbies is styling and tending to bonsai trees. The overall goal behind the art of bonsai

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delicate flora

Tread Lightly

The transition from winter dormancy to tender spring awakenings has a soft spot in my heart. Our mountain desert environment

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fastest-growing community leader

Celeste Johnson

What an exciting time to be a mayor in this valley! Depending on which study you look at, Wasatch County

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Heber Valley Bypass

Beyond The Bypass

Roads create the patterns of our lives. We drive, ride and even walk them daily. Transportation is an essential part

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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.

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Governor Says He Supports Heber Bypass

Heber City officials, residents and business owners have talked for years about the need to divert traffic off US Highway 40 with a bypass road. The Heber Valley Chamber Bureau wants the state of Utah to deed a 6 mile stretch of the highway to Heber City in order to take through traffic around the downtown area.

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Shop Local

Keep it Local

In the summer of 2015, the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce created a new initiative called “Keep it Local.” The

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