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Today, co-hosts Larry Warren and Linda Gorton have Kate Wells, an NPR reporter for Iowa Public Radio. She came in to talk about Iowa’s presidential caucuses. Then, we revisit the topic of hydrofracking, with a previous recording of this topic which includes interviews with Louis Meeks, a Wyoming ranch owner, local Parkite, Leon Daniel who spent over 40 years in the petroleum industry, as well as Dusty Horwitt, Senior Public Lands Analyst for Environmental Working Group. Today is also Linda Gorton’s last day with Community Voices, as she leaves KPCW this week to pursue other adventures.
Today host Lynn Ware Peek is joined by guest co-host Karin Carestia. In the first half of the show, an interview with Dr. Steve Holm, a periodontist who will talk about an infrequently thought of topic, gum health. Then, in the second half of the hour, Elizabeth Lenz who is here to talk about some fun things, like aligning chakras and ayurvedic practices.
This week’s broadcast features a show which originally aired in September, all about allergies. The first guest is Dr. Chris Taylor, an expert on allergens with Riverton Hospital in Salt Lake City. Then, they speak with pharmacist Karen Carestia of Alpine Apothecary here in Park City. Karen provides insight into alternative and all-natural methods of [...]
This is the interview in its entirety with Park City Education president Heidi Matthews and a member of the teacher negotiating team Charlie Matthews.
Members of the Treasure Hill Impact Neighborhood Coalition are disappointed that Park City officials will no longer look at buying out the Treasure project. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
The Holidays are upon us and for many that means lots of parties and meeting up with friends. For some that means taking in a cocktail or two but the Summit County Sheriff’s office reminds everyone that drinking and driving don’t mix, so they have offered up some tips. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
Today, co-hosts Larry Warren and Linda Gorton have an interview with Nathaniel Philbrick, author of “Why Read Moby Dick” who talks about Herman Melville’s classic and why it still resonates today. Then, Hal Needham, author of “Stuntman” discusses his life as a stuntman in Hollywood.
The Park City Restaurant Association has a brand new website with some features to stimulate your appetite. KPCW’s Nate Vineyard has more… The site features what’s happening on the culinary scene in Park City. For instance, they have a recipe for Norwegian potato pancakes from Stein Erikson lodge, the Park City cocktail contest results, and [...]
The Developers have named their price for a total buyout of the Treasure project planned for Creole Gulch above Old Town, 93 million dollars. Park City officials say the price is too high for taxpayers to bear, so they will no longer pursue that as an option. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
On today’s show, co-hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Isaak Wilson speak with online life coach, Shelly Lynott, who has great tips for mastering the possibilities in all our lives. youronlinelifecoach.com. In Missy Hilton’s “Health from the Hood”, the topic is Christmas and Giving. Then, a conversation with Lexie Kite with BeautyRedifined.com. Lexie is on a mission to redefine and take back beauty for it’s true form.