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Former Winthrop deputy continues to raise questions about town policies, procedures

Former Winthrop deputy continues to raise questions about town policies, procedures

Former Winthrop Deputy Marshal Mark Harreus made another appearance before the Winthrop Town Council at its meeting last week, posing questions about the operation of the Marshal’s Office and other town policies and procedures.
Winthrop awards contract for Bluff Street project

Winthrop awards contract for Bluff Street project

By Don Nelson
A contract to complete a substantial street and water improvement project on upper Bluff Street was approved last week by the Winthrop Town Council. The lowest qualified bidder on the long-awaited project was Hurst …
Herrst picked to fill vacant seat on Winthrop council

Herrst picked to fill vacant seat on Winthrop council

Vern Herrst, who ran unsuccessfully last year for a seat on the Winthrop Town Council, has been selected to fill the council position that was created when Mort Banasky died in August. Herrst was one of two people who applied to fill the council vacancy. The other was Billie Jo Hope. The council briefly interviewed...
Winthrop Town Council remains undecided on allowing ATVs

Winthrop Town Council remains undecided on allowing ATVs

By Don Nelson
The Winthrop Town Council, split 2-2 on the question of whether to allow all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) on town streets, decided at its meeting last week to hold off a final vote until the fifth council member could be present. But they shortly learned that long-time council member and former mayor Mort...
News briefs: July 20, 2014

News briefs: July 20, 2014

This week: ATVs not allowed in Winthrop says town's attorney, Winthrop Town Hall basement flooded by rain, Fire district levy on November ballot, and Pearrygin re-opens after fire though Alta Lake is still closed.
Winthrop issues conditional use permit to town’s first marijuana retailer

Winthrop issues conditional use permit to town’s first marijuana retailer

By Laurelle Walsh
The Winthrop Town Council approved a conditional use permit (CUP) for the town’s first retail marijuana store, Fresh Greens, at its meeting last Wednesday (July 2). At a public hearing prior to …
Winthrop to set conditions on first marijuana retail store

Winthrop to set conditions on first marijuana retail store

By Laurelle Walsh
A public hearing will be held at the Winthrop Town Council meeting tonight (July 2) on a conditional use permit that would allow Austin Lott to …
Bunkhouse Inn signs must come down, but town will cover costs

Bunkhouse Inn signs must come down, but town will cover costs

By Don Nelson

Mike Kutz will be required to remove the recently painted signage on his Bunkhouse Inn lodging establishment in Winthrop, but the town will pay the …

Winthrop’s new police vehicles have arrived

Winthrop’s new police vehicles have arrived

By Don Nelson

Winthrop’s new police vehicles — and they are new, not used — will be in town this week, according to Marshal Rikki Schwab. The marshal had earlier told the …

Bajema leaving Marshal’s Office

Bajema leaving Marshal’s Office

By Don Nelson

The Winthrop Marshal’s Office will see a complete turnover in personnel in less than a year by the time it fills new vacancies that …