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A 20 year old Oklahoma man is dead after a Wyoming woman went the wrong way down I-80 near Echo Junction. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has the story, click on the image to access the full post.
The Eccles Center was nearly full Thursday evening during a memorial service for Chris Maddux – a teacher at Park City High School over a span of 25 years who died April 29th at just 53. KPCW’s Rick Brough has the details, access the full post by clicking on the image.
A mountain lion that had been spotted on several occasions in Round Valley this winter was hit by a car and killed this weekend. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has the story, click on the image to access the full story.
Snow Survey Supervisor Randy Julander shared some important information about snow pack in the Weber River basin with KPCW. Click on the image to access the full story, including a graph that details the level of concern.
Click on the image to visit the This Green Earth page and have a look at Katie’s new Crane Cam. It’s a live feed from a Sandhill Crane nest at Swaner Preserve and Eco Center at Kimbal Junction.
Could it be possible that winter is finally over? In KPCW’s continuing series Tales from the Wasatch Back, Missy Hilton says good bye to Old Man Winter and welcomes in Spring while pondering the meaning of shoulder season. It does mean crappy weather season, doesn’t it? Click on the image to access the complete post, including text and audio.
He’s a world-class tennis player and a commentator for ESPN. Cliff Drysdale spoke with KPCW Friday about his involvement with the new Red Ledges Tennis Academy. Click on the image to access the full post, including audio from the story.
Remains discovered last week in the Spring Creek area could be those of a missing man. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has the story, click on the image to access the full post, including audio from the story.
KPCW’s Missy Hilton came up a winner at a local Toastmasters competition last weekend. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has the details, click on the image to access the full post, including audio from the story.
Last year’s winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for Literature steps away from his dark, political commentary and lightens up with amusing satire in a book he wrote nearly 40years ago. Barbara Svoboda has this month’s KPCW book review of Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter by Mario Vargas Llosa.