Lawmakers Don't Like Ballot Measures Despite Popularity

21 hours ago

Utah is likely to have six measures on November’s ballot.  Based on polls, several have solid voter support.  The Summit County GOP and Democratic Party chairs shared their observations with KPCW about how lawmakers and constituents are responding to this year’s ballot initiatives.    Carolyn Murray has this:

The Summit County Democratic and Republican Party leaders spend a lot of time at the Capitol this time of year.  They’re watching some of the drinking bills and following votes from the county’s five state representatives.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Behind the Gold: Snowboarder Red Gerard

23 hours ago

U.S. Ski & Snowboard spokesman Tom Kelly tells the backstory of Red Gerard and his winning a gold medal in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.


   This morning on The Morning Mix, guests include local spirits distiller Rob Sergent of Alpine Distillery whose Traveller's Rest Single Malt whiskey just received Double Gold and a 50-Best-Whiskey recognition last week. Local musical guests Telluride Meltdown perform in studio, and early rock-and-roll musical and cultural icon, Chubby Checker joins us before his shows at Egyptian Theater this weekend. (During Rob Sergent's interview you might hear Telluride Meltdown jamming with Chubby Checker in the green room)


On today’s program, Greg Gagne has the Utah avalanche forecast. Park City Transit and Fleet Manager Kenzie Coulson and Parking Consultant Julie Dixon have an update on the implementation of paid parking. Park City Council member Nann Worel and Mayor Andy Beerman with a recap of last night's meeting and US Ski and Snowboard spokesman Tom Kelly with an update on Women's Slalom, Women’s Aerials and Women's Snowboard Cross.

Utah Highway Patrol

The Utah Highway Patrol canine unit and the Park City Police Department conducted a routine drug search Tuesday morning at Park City High School.  Multiple hits were detected by the search dogs.  One case has been referred to Juvenile Court.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Cool Science Radio - February 15, 2018

Feb 15, 2018

Lynn and John’s first guest  on Cool Science Radio is Dave Littmann who is the Project Manager for NASA’s Tracking and Data Relay Satellites which brings in data from over 40 missions including the space station. How has space communications improved since Apollo? What is the future for space communications? These questions and more will be answered. Lynn and John's 2nd guest is Dr. Steven Masley who has written THE BETTER BRAIN SOLUTION. Dr.

On today’s program, Drew Hardesty has the Utah avalanche forecast. Summit County Council member Glenn Wright with a recap of Wednesday's meeting. Summit County GOP Chairman Brantley Eason and Democratic Party Chair Cheryl Butler talk about current  legislative issues. Park City Planning Commission chairman Adam Strachan has his final update and Patricia Sanders Director of Development and Communications from Holy Cross Ministries has details about the Parents as Teachers Program offered to young and or inexperienced parents.

NPR Radio Host Performs In Park City

Feb 14, 2018

Bob Garfield from the NPR program “On The Media” brings his one man show to the Eccles Main Stage on Saturday.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Deer Valley Resort

Ski towns across much of the west are crying the blues on the season snow pack.  According to many experts in the industry, none of the resort managers expect to hit any records for lodging and ticket sales.   Even so, Deer Valley doesn’t plan to lay anyone off before the end of the season.  Carolyn Murray has this: