The Morning Mix - October 13, 2017

Oct 13, 2017

JW and Jude welcome musical guests Tim Daniels and Randall Palmer who perform life throughout the program.  John Burdick and Tom Shannon- Park City Improv stop by and Becky Fuys talks about - SleepyHollow Haunted Wagon Rides at Soldier Hollow.  This is just one of the fun, family activities happening in the Heber Valley this season.


Three students from Park City High School have been named as National Merit Scholarship finalists.  It’s a prestigious accomplishment that is awarded based on test scores and the quality of their overall application.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Airport Operator Sues Heber City

Oct 12, 2017
Heber City Website Photo

The operator of the Heber City Airport has filed  a lawsuit in the US District Court against Heber City alleging the new standards approved by the Heber City council last week will compromise their business and the safety of their staff.  Carolyn Murray has this:

The Park City Planning Commission has agreed to double up the meetings for Treasure Hill with the hope that a decision on the conditional use permit will be made by the end of the year. KPCW’s Melissa Allison brings us the story.

Local News Hour - October 12, 2107

Oct 12, 2017

On today’s program, Summit County Council member Chris Robinson has a recap from Wednesday's meeting. Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Canice Hart has an update on Tuesday’s meeting. Virginia Pearce with Utah Film Commission discusses the state of film and television production in Utah and this weekend's screening of Wind River. It's a huge box office hit that was shot almost entirely in Summit and Wasatch Counties.

The Mountain Life - October 11, 2017

Oct 12, 2017

In today’s program,  Lynn and Graham speak with Hadley Dynak and longtime Main Street gallery owner, Susan Meyer about the, "art of selling art." Then Randi Silverman, the co-writer and producer of, "No Letting Go," the movie, will be in town to host a Park City School District Lunch and learn on October 16.  She talks about coping with and identifying mental health issues in children. Finally, author Phil Gaimon went from being a couch potato to a pro-cyclist will join in the conversation to talk about the pro cycling dream."

The Park City Planning Department has hired two new planners and still have one more opening to fill. It’s not because the planning department is growing – it’s because planners are moving on to other jobs. KCPW’s Melissa Allison brings us the story. 

Whole Foods Grand Opening is October 18th.

Oct 11, 2017

The new Whole Foods Grand Opening is scheduled for next Wednesday, October 18th.  In addition to nearly doubling the size of the store, there are some first ever offerings.  Carolyn Murray has more.    

Triple Crown Sports Contract Up for Renewal

Oct 11, 2017

Park City plans to renew the contract with Triple Crown Sports for boys and girl’s baseball and softball, but due to complaints about event fatigue and other issues – city staff is suggesting that the city council modify the terms. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more.

Midway Mayor Seeking a Second Term

Oct 11, 2017
Colleen Bonner

The mayor of Midway wants to be elected to a second term.  She’s lived in Midway for 25 years, owned her own business and thinks she can help lead and serve the 4000 residents living there. Carolyn Murray has this: