Mountain Money - March 27, 2017

Mar 27, 2017

Larry and Doug's first guests are Mitchell Burns of Red Ledges and Patrick Melton of South Street Partners.  The two land developers are teaming up to market Red Ledges nationally, using South Street's contacts on the east coast to compliment Red Ledge's contacts on the west coast.  Then Jenna Ordean and Lorin Smaha explain the benefits of cryo-therapy treatments available at their Cryo Lodge.  The last guest is Utah Workforce Services economist Cory Stahle talking about Utah's employment picture.

Local News Hour - March 27, 2017

Mar 27, 2017

On today’s program, Summit County Staff Planner Tiffany Robinson will discuss the Snyderville Planning Commission's deliberations on the Canyons Resort Master Plan. Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez discusses the recent rash of burglaries in Summit County and an initiative working with families of autistic children and how the merger of the dispatch offices is working.  Cheryl Butler & Jeff Stern are the  candidates for Summit County Democrat Party Chair.

John and Jude’s first  guests this morning are Will Rogers and Clint Buffington.  They perform in studio. The second guests, Ashley Mark and Jessica Rodriguez are from the Thin Air Festival.  The final guest on the program is Natalie McHale who is the Education Assistant at the Swaner Preserve and EccoCenter. 

John and Jude’s first  guests this morning are Will Rogers and Clint Buffington.  They perform in studio. The second guests, Ashley Mark and Jessica Rodriguez are from the Thin Air Festival.  The final guest on the program is Natalie McHale who is the Education Assistant at the Swaner Preserve and EccoCenter. 

On today’s program, Park City Recreation Manager Ken Fisher discusses what’s next with the Mountain Facilities Recreation Master Plan which outlines more than $130 million of recreation projects. Project for a Deeper Understanding is hosting a community forum on Thursday, March 30th. Tal Adair and Cheryl Butler discuss the topic:  Conservatives and Liberals - Crossing the Divide Toward Common Ground and COO of Blue Sky Utah Stuart Campbell discusses the groundbreaking of their project near Wanship

Governor Gary Herbert announced Thursday morning that he will sign House Bill 155, which lowers the drunk driving blood alcohol content limit to .05 from .08.  That means Utah will have the most strict DUI law in the country.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:  

The Recycle Utah Board of Directors has named Carolyn Wawra as the orgnazation's new executive director. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Cool Science Radio - March 23, 2017

Mar 23, 2017
Hubble Picture of Eagle Nebula

John and guest co-host Jack Ruben’s  first guest this morning is Dr. Carrie Nugent who has written, Astroid Hunters. What are asteroids, and where do they come from? And, most urgently: Are they going to hit this little planet of ours? What would happen if one was on its way? Carrie Nugent is an asteroid hunter—part of a group of scientists working to map our cosmic neighborhood. For the first time ever, we are reaching the point where we may be able to prevent the horrible natural disaster that would result from an asteroid collision.  The 2nd guest this morning is Dr.

Local News Hour - March 23, 2017

Mar 23, 2017

Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson has an update on yesterday’s county council meeting.  Patty Cramer, Ecologist and Researcher on "Why Did The Moose Cross The Road?" - the effectiveness of wildlife tunnels, bridges, and fences when it comes to wildlife/auto incidents and Thin Air Festival organizers and co-founders Ben Rifkin and Richard Bezemer have details on this year’s event.

An Ecker Hill 7th grader has a new hero – one of the school’s secretaries - who saved his life last week. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has the story.

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