Former Park City High School hockey player and honor roll-student Brandon Beebe has signed a contract to play for the Comox Valley Glacier Kings of the Vacouver Island Junior Hockey League in Vancouver, Canada, for the 2008/2009 season. Beebe was the high scorer of the 2007 state championship Miners team and played on the 2008 team that took fourth place. Beebe originally signed with the Tri-City Titans Junior "A" team of Pasco, Wash., but decided that the Canadian team had more opportunity for advancement. During the Canadian tryout, Beebe played four games after suffering two broken teeth and a seriously cut lip.
Provo River clean-up
Saturday, Sept. 27, is World River Clean Up Day. To celebrate, High Country Fly Fishers, Trout Bum II, and Jans Outfitters have joined together to sponsor the Clean Up the Provo River Day. Meet at the "Bunnie Farm" river access to the right off River Road in Heber. Call or stop by one of the fly shops listed above to sign up and join in making the river a cleaner place to fish. There will be coffee and pastries served at 9:30 a.m. for all participants, as well as a grilled lunch after the river cleanup is complete.
Axis Info Night
Axis Freeride will hold a Winter Programs Info Night at Black Diamond Gymnastics at Redstone on Wednesday, Sept. 24, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The free event will allow kids to train in the gym while parents get information about Axis Freeride’s winter programs. For more information, visit http://www.axisfreeride.com or contact the program at email@example.com or (801) 550-1309. Axis Freeride is a freestyle/freeride ski club for youth, ages 8 to 18, and trains athletes in terrain park, halfpipe, slopestyle, aerials, moguls and big mountain.
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Park City readies gathering about contaminated soils amid continued worries about health, environment
Park City next week has scheduled an informational event centered on the municipal government’s controversial efforts to develop a facility to store soils contaminated during Park City’s silver-mining era.