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With the holidays fast approaching, we are all contemplating who we will spend time with and where we’ll celebrate. In our continuing series Tales from the Wasatch Back, Jon Henry talks about how ‘home’ is where we celebrate the holiday.
Today, co-hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson speak with Andrew Wetzler of the NRDC about the endangered species list. Their second interview is with Jen Rattray, of Fairweather Natural Foods, a Park City store specializing in organic food and all natural health care.
Porter Hancock, the football player from South Summit High School who suffered a severe spinal injury during a game in early October, returned to Kamas last week to find a whole new home; a home built especially for him and his family with donations of time, materials and money from the local community. KPCW’s Linda [...]
This week, co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie first have a conversation with Holly Braithwaite, Director of Communications for the Utah System of Higher Education who talks about UtahFutures and StepUpUtah which informs parents and students about options for college in Utah. Then, Leen Zevenbergen, author of “Rip Off Your Necktie and Dance”, which tells us how to get out of the rut of doing business the old stodgy way and instead, dancing your way to success with innovation and creativity. Pam Wylie wraps up the hour with a tribute to Vaclav Havel, playwright, dissident and eventually first president of the Czech Republic, who died Sunday, December 18.
Two men who had a lot to do with the engineering and development of Park City into a world class resort town died this weekend. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Park City school board has approved an agreement with the school district’s teachers – the result of which will add $1.3 million to the district’s spending deficiency. KPCW”s Leslie Thatcher reports.
With just a month before the start of the state legislative session, Utah Governor Gary Herbert released his proposed budget this week, which after several years of cuts, actually shows some growth. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
On Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board recommended that all states ban the use of cell phones and text-messaging devices while driving. With Utah having one of the most liberal cell phone use policies in the country, KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports on what the recommendation may mean for the future.
Attorney Greg Ericksen – who is hoping to develop a film production studio, hotel and associated retail in Summit County has announced his candidacy for a state senate seat. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
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