The recent arrests of three Park City men on fraudulent ID charges have lead to efforts by some in the community to defend the men and help their family.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:  

Mountain Money - May 22, 2017

21 hours ago

Larry and guest co-host Alex Butwinski’s first guest is Jack Ewing, the author of Faster, Higher, Farther – The Volkswagen Scandal. The second guest is Pat Quigley, General Manager and Partner at Club Lespri, a Park City based property Management Company which will operate the Treasure Mountain Inn. The final guests on the program are Charlie Haer and Jessica Gray from Wasatch Arborists.  

Local News Hour - May 22, 2017

21 hours ago

On today’s program, Summit County planner Amir Caus has details about tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda. Park City Council candidate and KPCW DJ Josh Hobson introduces himself and his platform. Film maker Jenny Mackenzie, and Park City High student Grace Mason discuss the screening of the documentary "Dying in Vein,” being shown at Park City High Tuesday morning.

Roger Armstrong

Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong has just thrown his hat into the ring to be Park City’s next mayor. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more.

John and Christie’s first guests are Elizabeth Hareza and Aaron English.  They perform live in studio. The second guest is Dave Allision-Vice President of High Country Fly Fishers club.  Then they talk with Melissa Fields, the Editor of Park City Magazine.

Local News Hour - May 19, 2017

May 19, 2017

Summit County Emergency Services Director Chris Crowley is in to talk about the possibility of flooding as the snow melts and then Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau Vice-President of Member Services Alison Kuhlow sits down with KPCW. She’ll give us an update about Share Park City and the Summer Kick-off Expo on June 1st. Capping off the hour we have Kate Kelly founder of Utah Women Unite and Jill Lesh from the Utah League of Women Voters in to talk about their event, Mimosa's in May, on May 21st in Park City. 

Cool Science Radio - May 18, 2017

May 18, 2017

John and Lynn’s first guest is Mark Sunday Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President for Oracle. Later this month Larry Ellison and Team Oracle USA defend their 2013 America’s Cup win in Bermuda. Mark Sunday, an America’s Cup fan will be with us in the studio to talk about this 170 year tradition, the technology introduced at the 2013 come from behind win and America’s upcoming defense for the Cup in Bermuda.The  2nd guest this morning is Dava Sobel who has written THE GLASS UNIVERSE: How the Ladies of the Harvard Observatory Took the Measure of the Stars.

Local News Hour - May 18, 2017

May 18, 2017

Summit County Council member Doug Clyde will be in to talk about last nights meeting - followed by The Kids Adventure Games founder Billy Mattison. We'll talk to him about this years event at Park City Mountain Resort and Park City Fire Chief, Paul Hewitt is coming in to talk the about measures their taking to help firefighters deal with the pressures of their work. Wrapping up the hour have Electric Bike Association, Advocacy Adviser Charlie Gandy to talk about Park City's ebike program.

Summer YMCA Camp Taking Registration

May 17, 2017

School is almost out and the YMCA of Northern Utah and Wasatch County has a variety of summer programs.  They’re running a Park City camp for the first time this year and it’s designed to get kids off the couch and out for adventure.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Many People Give Input at School Board Meeting

May 17, 2017

The Park City School Board meeting drew a large crowd of concerned citizens on Tuesday evening with the bulk of the comments centered on school start times.  It’s a complicated issue and KPCW’s Carolyn Murray attended the meeting and has this:

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