The Morning Mix - February 24, 2017

14 hours ago

Today’s music guest is Jennie Gautney who performs live in studio.  Jennie is accompanied by Joel Anderson, who is plays Upright Bass.  In the second half of the program Jw and Jude talk with The Amazing Kreskin.  Then, Gail Barille the Executive Director Officer of the National Abilities Center talks about The Red White and Snow event March 2 through 4th.

Friday Film Review

14 hours ago
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Moonlight, the Golden Glove Best Picture of the Year is also nominated for 8 Oscars at the upcoming Academy Awards. Here is Barb Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review.

Local News Hour - February 24, 2017

17 hours ago

It was a busy morning on The Local News Hour!  It started with Park City Fire District Chief Paul Hewitt talking about the snowy roads and how to protect yourself and your home with all the new snowfall.  Then Park City Mayor Jack Thomas and Assistant City Manager Matt Dias talk about proposed legislation regarding short-term, nightly rentals (AirBnB, VRBO) that could prevent the city from banning those rentals altogether.  (Right now there are several neighborhoods in Park City that don't allow them.)   And then... drum roll...

Utah is one step closer to being the first state to lower the blood alcohol limit for drivers to .05.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story: 

The Local News Hour - February 23, 2107

Feb 23, 2017

On today's Local News Hour host Renai Bodley talks to Summit County Council member Glenn Wright about the recent Council of Governments meeting where east side mayors spoke to the council about zoning changes and possible transportation projects.

Cool Science Radio - February 23, 2107

Feb 23, 2017

JW and Lynn’s guest this morning is Andrew Parker who is the Chief Marketing Officer for the Leonardo Museum in Salt Lake City. They have a new exhibit that just opened Alien Worlds and Androids. Alien Worlds and Androids bring guests face-to-face with worlds far beyond their own, and introduce the technology that takes them there. The question “are we alone in the universe” has fascinated mankind for centuries. Leonardo’s latest exhibit will help us understand the possibilities and encourage our imaginations.

The Mountain Life - February 22, 2107

Feb 22, 2017

Today on the program, Tim and Lynn talk with Marielle Pariseau  - the "Tooth Fairy," for outstanding dental health in Summit County. Then they talk with Sue Klebold, who has written a book called A Mothers Reckoning: Living Life in the Aftermath of Tragedy. She is Dylan Klebold's mother.  Dylan, along with Eric Harris, were the high school-aged shooters at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado who took their own lives at the end of their brutal killing spree.

Local News Hour - February 22, 2017

Feb 22, 2017

On today’s Local News Hour, Renai Bodley speaks with Ryan Starks from the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce. The second guests are Brooke Hontz and Ben Castro with Summit County RAP tax. Finally,  Sally Elliot and Beth Armstrong are in studio bringing us up to date on the immigration meeting Thursday night.

Recycle Utah continues to grow every year and had the biggest ever collections in 2016 but Director Insa Reipin still has to regularly remind residents about exactly what is handled in the Summit County Curbside Recycling Program and what has to go to Recycle Utah on Woodbine Way. Carolyn Murray has this:

The first guest on the program is Dave Pacheco with the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance. He discusses how the new administration will affect public lands, conservation and protection. The second guest is Florence Williams, author of  Nature Fix – Why Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier and More Creative. 

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