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Join KPCW's Rick Brough and his panelists Jill Orschel, Libby Wadman and Mark Harrington in a lively discussion of what to expect and watch out for at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, fall and winter favorites, Christmas movie memories, uber-relevant themes showing up in current movies, and, of course, Lady Bird.

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Lady Bird, the new film directed by Greta Gerwig, has been gathering rave reviews and multiple nominations as the movie awards season heats up. Linda Jager with the Friday Film Review tells us if the film lives up to the early buzz.

  

The Park City School District Superintendent announced her decision to resign effective June of 2018.  She’s made a personal decision to depart a year before her contract ends.  Carolyn Murray has this:

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The Park City Planning Commission approved the one week continuance for the Treasure Hill project but Chair Adam Strachan told KPCW either way, they’re making a decision on the 13th. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more.

This week The Morning Mix will feature musical guest Jarret Burns live in studio; an update from Jocelyn Scudder of Park City Summit County Arts Council about the pop-up shop and exhibit called Branded PC; Debra Cook, Teresa Eggerston-Cooke will be in to highlight the upcoming Park City Holiday Spectacular and Community Sing-Along taking place at Egyptian Theatre next week, and an interview with Robert Cray who is opening the 20th season at the Eccles Center this Saturday. All that plus Weekend Events in Summit and Wasatch Counties.

 

Local News Hour - December 8, 2017

Dec 8, 2017

In todays program, Park Meadows Country Club Board Member, Jack Rubin is in to talk about the grand opening of the club house remodel.  Park  City Council member and mayor elect, Andy Beerman, in to recap the Thursday night council meeting.  Then Kira Solomon from the Park City Ski Patrolers Association was in telling us about the Avalanche safety class being held next week. Finally a group of three Park City High School Students,  talked about their  fund raising efforts to help send students to Indonesia on a service trip to help restore coral reefs. 

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For the most part, Park City residents are happy with the way the city is being run – at least according to the results from this year’s National Citizens’ Survey. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more.

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Park City hosted their second open house for the alternative transportation options for SR-224 on Wednesday. KPCW’s Melissa Allison spoke to some residents who said they’d rather city officials waited until the buses were filled to capacity.

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Park City residents were told they would have a final opportunity for public comment at Wednesday’s Planning Commission meeting on the Treasure Hill conditional use application. As it turned out, residents will still have one more chance, but no one is happy about it. KPCW’s Melissa Allison tells us why.

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Just when everyone thought the Park City Planning Commission was going to be able to make a decision about the Treasure Hill application for a conditional use permit – Mayor Jack Thomas and Mayor-Elect Andy Beerman threw a curveball at Wednesday’s meeting. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has the story.

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