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Cliff Blongquist has been a jack of all trades at Summit County government, and retired Monday after 14 and a half years. Rick Brough has more.
Happy New Year and welcome to the Mountain Life: Healthy Living in the Wasatch! It’s the weekly show about health nutrition, fitness and lifestyle in general. Since it’s January second and we are all thinking about what we’ll do bigger and better in the New Year, we’ll talk about what to do littler – as in thinner, slimming down. We’ll talk with the NY Times bestselling author of the book, “Younger Next Year,” Chris Crowley – in his new book, “Thinner This Year… A diet and Exercise program for Living Strong, Fit, and Sexy.” Next, we’ll speak with Randi-Jo Taurel. She’s most well known for her yoga with kids, but she’s also a strong presence in the Park City yoga community. And finally, we are about to see new vending machines around town and in our schools and Mary Palmer, of Utah Healthy Vending, will join us to talk about the new healthy food. It’s the Moutain Life, Healthy Living in the Wasatch…
When you ski at Park City’s local resorts, notice who is serving up your hot chocolate or loading your chairlift. You’ll find students from countries like Peru, Argentina, Colombia, New Zealand, and Australia. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Park City has been hosting World Cup racing on and off since the mid 1980′s. Now Park City officials need to decide whether to even bid for the ESPN X-Games. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
As 2013 begins, Park City Mayor Dana Williams takes a look back at 2012 and some issues that transpired in the community over the year. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The US Ski and Snowboard teams have amassed some impressive statistics and are dominating in international events around the globe. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
A fire in Heber, presumably caused by a space heater, damaged a garage. But the structure survived, and so did a nearby litter of piglets. Rick Brough has more.