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Park City High School continues to expand opportunities for students to engage beyond the high school – with its Center for Advanced Professional Studies and concurrent enrollment at colleges. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Utah Governor Gary Herbert gave his annual State of the State Address last week. And one proposal in his speech that caught everyone’s attention was moving the site of the Utah State Prison. Rick Brough has more.
The 14-member Blue Ribbon Commission to take a look at future options for disposing of Park City’s mine tailings met for the first time Monday. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher – a member of the committee – has this report.
Recently, a blue-ribbon panel of leading urban forest experts named the 10 best U.S. cities for urban forests. Salt Lake City was NOT one of them, but Austin, Charlotte and Denver were. We’ll talk to Dr. Jim Clark on This Green Earth on Tuesday at 9:30am. Dr. Clark is a consultant in urban forestry and [...]
Jamie and Jim Dutcher are two naturalists, researchers and emmy-award film makers who not only have studied the wolf, but lived with and amongst them for over ten years, studying their habits and habitats. They’ll be joining us the first half of This Green Earth on Tuesday at 9:09am to discuss the work they’ve done [...]
Today on Mountain Money, we interview Apiary Investment Fund, Ramp Sports, and Miner’s Grill and Sports Bar: (pictured: Shawn Lucas – CEO of Apiary Investment Fund) Our first guest today is Shawn Lucas, CEO of the Apiary Investment Fund and the author of the Investor Profile. If you’ve ever wondered if you own personality [...]
Amid all the bills introduced during the 45 day session, the most important mission of the Utah legislature is to adopt a budget for next fiscal year. But as KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports, it’s becoming clear that it won’t be easy to do this year.
After successfully defeating attempts to equalize the capital budgets of school districts, it appears that another run to capture Park City tax dollars is back at this year’s session of the Utah Legislature. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Some of the best Tall Tales that the Park City Toastmasters can devise will be heard this Tuesday morning. Rick Brough has more.
The Wasatch Trails Alliance has a new director – and it’s a name familiar to patrons of the outdoors in the Park City area. Their new head is Carol Potter, who once ran the Mountain Trails Foundation. Rick Brough has more.