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Read through the various posts below provided by Heber Valley Tourism and Economic Development to read stories about Heber's historical past, its current local ongoings and events and information about future happenings within Wasatch County!

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7 reasons to visit the Utah Wing of the CAF

  • Posted On: 8/5/16 at 09:41 AM
  • Category: Things to Do, Upcoming Events
Heber Valley has many jewels that make this place special. One particularly impressive jewel is the Utah Wing of the Commemorative Air Force at Russ McDonald Airfield. The Mission of the CAF is to preserve and honor the legacy of the men and women of the armed forces in World War II.

The Soldier Hollow Classic: A Homegrown Success

  • Posted On: 7/6/16 at 03:15 PM
  • Category: Expert Advice, Things to Do, Upcoming Events
In a little over eight weeks Border Collies, sheep herders, and spectators from around the globe will converge on the Heber Valley for the 14 annual Soldier Hollow Sheep Dog Classic. This is the premiere sheepdog event in the world with over $30,000 in prize money up for grabs. Read more about what you can expect at this year's classic from guest blogger Mark Johnson.

Sundance: Alternate Endings

  • Posted On: 1/21/16 at 03:14 PM
  • Category: Things to Do
The movie business is replete with changes, deleted scenes, director's cuts, and alternate endings. With Sundance in town, here our director's cut of six alternate endings to your Sundance experience.

Heber Valley Cyclist give his take on the Tour of Utah

  • Posted On: 7/29/15 at 10:00 AM
  • Category: Expert Advice, Local News, Things to Do, Upcoming Events
Local up and coming cyclist, Trevor Jackson, gives his take on the Tour of Utah coming to Heber Valley.

Heroes visit Heber to share their Stories

  • Posted On: 7/2/15 at 02:48 PM
Aristotle once said, "Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but rather in deserving them.” Through the stories of four veterans, take a glimpse into World War II.