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Some Park City property owners could get a credit towards their next property tax bill because of it. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
State Representative Kraig Powell – the outspoken Republican from Heber City has announced his plans to run for re-election in a newly redrawn district 54. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Today, co-hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Isaac Wilson talk with Mo Hickey, president of the Park City School Board about flexible school schedules among students whose schedules outside of school demand some creativity. Then, Missy Hilton’s segment, “Health from the Hood” will discuss the benefits of cooperation . Finally, a conversation with Carole Bennett, author of the book “Reclaim Your Life: You and the Alcoholic Addict”. Carole talks frankly about alcoholism, addiction and how to cope.
If a deal can be worked out, the land proposed for the controversial Discovery development might well be acquired as open space. One of the owners of the property said Monday that they have brought the proposal to the Basin Open Space Advisory Committee (BOSAC.) Rick Brough has more.
A space camp program has landed in Park City. It plans to engage students of the Park City School District, while serving as a tourist attraction and a money generator for local non-profits. Rick Brough has more.
Today’s co-hosts, Nell Larson and Nicole DiMauro first fill us in on Park City’s Low Carbon Diet with the program’s coordinator, Brian Conn as well as Park City Environmental sustainability coordinator Tyler Polsen. During the second half, Jim Motavalli, New York Times Writer and author of the new book “High Voltage, The Fast Track to Plug in The Auto Industry” will be speaking about the latest electric cars.
Porter Hancock is one step closer to having a new home thanks to the generosity of a Real Salt Lake soccer player. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
Today, co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie interview Noreen Perrotta, Finance Director for Consumer Reports, who talks about the December 2011 issues article on new credit card deals, some are good, some are bad and some are “gotcha’s”. The Business Profile features Kumbaya Kitches. The next guest is Sarah Myers, Communications Director for Stein Eriksen Lodge, who tells us how the Stein Eriksen Lodge and Spa won Five Star Awards from Forbes. Finally, Sandra Racz, from Signature Design, discusses home staging to sell your house faster and for more money.
It’s that time of year again when we remember what we’re thankful for. In this week’s Tale from the Wasatch Back, Leslie Thatcher can count her blessings – a child who wants to go to college and a job to help pay for it.
Clint Hendry submitted his short story to KPCW, asking that it be read out loud today, on Thanksgiving. Next year, he reads it himself…