Former Park City Planning Commission Chair Adam Strachan told the city before stepping down in February that he would be back to move the Treasure Hill bond forward. Melissa Allison tells us who he’s in talks with to make that happen:

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Park City recognized former Planning Commission Chair Adam Strachan at Wednesday’s meeting. Melissa Allison has more:

Breast Cancer will strike one in eight women.  Thirty percent of those diagnosed with breast cancer will have the cancer spread to another part of her body.   Bone Metastases is very common in that group of patients and about 40,000 women a year die from metastatic breast cancer.

The American Legion Post 14 partners with the Park City Museum to honor the Army Air Corps B-18 crash into Iron Mountain this Memorial Day. Melissa Allison brings us the story:

Today we speak with a 17-year-old mathematician, Agnijo Banergee, whose IQ is higher than that of Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking. He is joined by his math tutor and co-author, David Darling. The pair have written a book called Weird Math: A Teenage Genius and His Teacher Reveal the Strange Connections between Math and Everyday Life. 


Local resident Roger Burrows joins Cool Science Radio. Burrows has written many books, and is a mathematician and an inventor. His new book  is 3D Thinking in Design and Architecture from Antiquity to the Future. The book describes ways in which ideas of the past can be transformed into new concepts for the future. Burrows hope for the book is that readers will be able to walk through historical sites in the Americas and around the world and get a lot more out of the experience - as well as, hopefully, being inspired.

Local News Hour - May 24, 2018

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  Today Snyderville Planning Commissioner Chairperson, Bea Peck gave a run-down of the 4 hours they spent discussing a new development rezone, development agreement and conditional use permit on Bitner Road.  Chris Robinson, Summit County Council member says UDOT gave an update on the Noise Wall they plan to build along I-80 near Jeremy Ranch as well as a Fire Prevention discussion and update from the Summit County Fire District.

The National Ability Center is having their annual barn party to raise funds for the equestrian program and to celebrate their volunteers. Melissa Allison has more:

The South Summit Trails Foundation has been hard at work putting together a network of pathways in the Oakley-Kamas area. Their partners include cities like Oakley and the U.S. Forrest Service. Rick Brough has more:


Representatives of the Utah Department of Transportation came to the Summit County Council Wednesday to address concerns by citizens. UDOT responded point by point, to criticism that they haven't followed their own process to plan a noise wall between Interstate 80 and Jeremy Ranch.

UDOT official Bryan Adams say in the end, they feel "pretty extremely comfortable" that they have followed the criteria set by the state and the federal government. Rick Brough has more: