On today's Local News Hour, Summit County Planner Ray Milliner reviews the agenda for Tuesday's Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting. Park City Municipal Community Engagement Liaison Craig Sanchez has this month's Backhoe Report. Ray Freer and Connie Nelson with Sunrise Rotary have details on the inaugural Tour de Sunrise Bike and Walk and singer Perla Batalla has details on Thursday's show at Deer Valley.

The 46th annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival opens Friday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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The Summit County Fair opens Friday afternoon and will run through August 8th. As KPCW's Rick Brough reports, it's not just for east side residents.

On today's Local News Hour - the Pioneer Day  Special - host Leslie Thatcher speaks with the director of Mountain Trails Foundation, Charlie Sturgis. Heather Larrabee is the Executive Marketing Coordinator for Whole Foods Market. She has details on the company's envisioning efforts as the company moves forward with its new location on Landmark Ave. Tyler Walton, the LDS representative to the Park City Interfaith Council, has details on the Pioneer Day Celebration at City Park today and Tommy Youngblood with Park City Municipal Special Events has this weekend's rundown of events.

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Larry Warren and Alex Butwinski  interview Bonnie Marcus, author of the book, The Politics of Promotion.  The books offer women the tools and guidance they need to successfully navigate the realitites of their organization, emphasizing the need to understand office politics to get the promotions and recognition they deserve. 

Live in studio: Lisa Barlow, the owner of Vida Tequila which is produced and bottled in the los Altos de Jalisco region of Mexico.  Vida's owners, Lisa and John Barlow, live in Draper, Utah. Lisa explained the process of producing their quality Tequila.

Take a photo of water being wasted outdoors, along with why it’s wasteful and how to be more water-wise. Our judges will pick one winner every week, who will get a prize of passes or gift certificates. 10 winners over the summer and one cash prize for the grand prize at the end of summer. All the rules and information here.

Park City

Peg Ijams, John Wells and Larry Warren celebrate Pioneer Day Live at the Park City Museum with guests Sandra Morrison, Park City Museum Executive Director and Robin Marrouche from the Kimball Arts Center.  Musical guests Courtney King and Jennifer Worsley performed live during the program.

The Greatest Detective of them all gets a new slant in the film Mr. Homes. Rick Brough has this week's Friday Film Review.

Park City School District

Following the third and final public input session before the Park City School District Master Planning Committee, the committee's co-chairmen say they will be able to make a recommendation - and will have a better handle on the costs by mid-August. Leslie Thatcher has more.

While the Snyderville Basin Recreation District is working on trail projects throughout the Basin, they're still puzzling over the right plan for crossing Highway 224 at the Blue Roof intersection. Rick Brough has more.

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