If enough of you vote, a Utah fire warden will get a NASCAR race named after him.
Every year, Crown Royal (a Canadian whiskey) names the Brickyard 400 race after a local hero — and one of this year's five finalists is Bryce Boyer, Summit County fire warden. Adults can go to CrownRoyalHeroes.com to vote, starting this week and running through June 2.
Boyer, 49, from Wanship, took the lead as incident commander when the Rockport 5 Fire broke out last August. Boyer and his teams worked tirelessly to contain the fire after it burned more than 1,400 acres and destroyed 15 structures.