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Just like students disappearing at the end of the year, the new movie ‘Now You See Me’ is pure magic, according to Libby Wadman. Libby, who’s also a teacher in the Park City School District, has the Friday Film Review.
The Utah ski and snowboard industry closed the 2102-13 winter season with the 6th best year ever in terms of skier days. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has the story.
The Summit County Council voted June 5th not to enact a Basic subscription fee to access e-records at the County Recorder’s office, but Council Member Kim Carson says she doesn’t think the issue is over. Rick Brough has more.
Today, Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak start with guest Thea Leonard, part owner of Treasure Mountain Inn. Thea discusses eco-friendly hotels and how much impact a normal hotel has on the environment. In the second half, Mayor Dana Williams talks about his recent trip to China where he spoke at a conference on the environment and sustainability.
After living in the same house for 43 years, Karri Hayes Walzer and her husband Jack packed up the house last month and moved to Peoa. KPCW”s Leslie Thatcher has her story.
Larry Warren and Doug Wells invite a trio of guests to start the show, Bill Malone, CEO and President of Park City Chamber is in the studio to talk with Betty Gorman, President and CEO of Tahoe Chamber, along with Jason Belvins, reporter for the Denver Post. All are on for a discussion of Vail as a corporate citizen. Next, Sarah Johnston, the Director of Business Career Management. Finally, in the studio is Simon Mason, owner of GolfTec.
Park City High School Class of 2013 graduated nearly 320 seniors Friday in front of a packed stadium on a warm spring evening. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Graduation takes place at 5 pm today. If you can’t make it, it’s available live streaming here: Agree to the terms and look in the top banner to see the Park City Graduation link.
Fun Friday Funsters, Jan Williams and John Burdick welcome Basin Recreation with news of summer camps. The Park Silly Sunday Market Sillies are in to talk about their season opener this week. The Utah Olympic Park informs us about their summer schedule, Flying Aces and season passes.
The Park City council passed the standard 2% cost of living increase for city staff and elected officials. They also asked: Does low pay discourages people from running for office?. Lynn Ware Peek has more.