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Park City’s Slow Food movement is hosting its annual Meet The Producers Event next week. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more…
During the 2002 Winter Olympics, tens of thousands of staff and volunteers witnessed Olympic History. In our continuing series, Olympic Tales from the Wasatch Back, local Michelle Palmer talks about her experience standing on the sidelines of the snowboard half pipe events.
Today, Lynn Ware Peek and Missy Hilton first talk with Michael Sandler, author of the book “Barefoot Running: How to Run Light and Free by Getting in Touch with The Earth”. After a near-death accident that created the doubt he would ever walk again, he did and credits barefoot running with giving him back the ability to do the sport he loves, running. In the second half of the show, a conversation with Richard Arum, author of “Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses”, asking are undergraduates really learning anything once they get there? Also, Missy Hilton’s “Health from the Hood”.
A new citizens group is hoping to improve education in the state of Utah by electing political candidates who say they will put education first. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports…
Today Nell Larson and guest host Greg Peters, Summit Land Conservancy’s Conservation Director fill the hour with the Utah Sierra Club. Their first guest is Marion Klaus, Chair of the Utah Chapter of the Sierra Club, talks about its origins and some of the incredible projects they have going on. Then, Mark Clemens, the lobbyist and chapter manager of the Utah Sierra Club, who has been keeping a close watch on the Legislature and a number of bills that could effect our environment.
Pam Wylie and guest host John Wells have 3 in-studio guests today. First, Jon McKeon, Branch Manager and Senior Investment Advisor for UBS Financial, talks about where the economy is going and what investment opportunities are ahead. Lynn Dunn tells about her start-up company, Student Success 101. Then, Chad Knaras, of CKM Collision, Park City, talks about his Park City business.
In a report submitted to Summit County, Cache County’s attorney writes that, while he wouldn’t file criminal charges against Summit County development director Don Sargent, he would strongly recommend that Sargent be fired for misconduct while acting as a public servant. IN the letter obtained by KPCW through a GRAMA request, Cache County attorney James Swink said that in his county, Sargent’s actions warrant dismissal. KPCW’s Rick Brough reports.
At Summit County’s request, the office of the Cache County attorney recently conducted an investigation into possible criminal activity by county development director Don Sargent. However, Summit County attorney David Brickey tells KPCW the report from Cache County found no basis to file charges against Sargent. KPCW’s Rick Brough has more.