“Things that go bump in the night – and how to fix them” (from Consumer Reports) is the topic of today’s Halloween-themed show co-hosted by Larry Warren and Pam Wylie. Other topics include Tarahumara Mexican restaurant in Midway, UT, Jerry Owens, winner of Heber Valley’s Lion’s Den Venture Capital Contest, and Scott Loomis, representative of Mountainlands Housing Trust, telling how to rent rooms to winter ski resort workers.
Today co-hosts Linda Gorton and Larry Warren talk with Sheriff Dave Edmunds, Chris Robinson (Vice-Chair of the Summit County Council) and Summit County Auditor Blake Frazier about Proposition #2: Shall the Summit County Council transfer to the General Fund up to $2,000,000 in principal from the Tax Stability and Trust Fund?. In the second half, Kerry Gunther, Bear Management Biologist for Yellowstone, will talk about the latest grizzly bear attacks in Yellowstone and what we need to know when visiting there.
Co-hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Isaac Wilson first talk about a parents roll in creating a healthy sporting environment for our children with Matt Terwillegar, sport program director at the Utah Olympic Park and Finn Gunderson of High Performance Sports. Missy Hilton’s “Health From The Hood” discusses things are that are bad for your teeth. Then, film maker and author Amy Kalafa talk about her newly released book “Lunch Wars: How to Start A School Food Revolution and Win the Battle for Our Children’s Health”.
With Halloween just around the corner, our thoughts turn to eerie places like cemeteries. In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, local Jane Riley talks about her intimate experience with the historic Glenwood Cemetery.
Today, co-hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson first talk with Mike Higman and Nate Simmons from Travel Clean Car Wash, who explain how they can boast being “the greenest car wash in the country”. With Halloween approaching, the conversation turns macabre with a discussion about green, organic coffins made from recyclable materials, cemeteries and a green Halloween.
Co-hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie first talk with Dr. Chris Hill, Athletics Director for University of Utah, who gives us the dollars and cents behind moving from Mountain West to Pac-12. Then, Steve Briley tells us how to save money and get more life insurance for less. With him is Dr. Robert Pokorski, MD, Chief Medical Strategist for Hartford Insurance. Finally, Todd Rowe, Head of Global Channel Sales for Google, explains how business people can get their small businesses up and running online.
Today, co-hosts Larry Warren and Linda Gorton hold a forum for the City Council Candidates: Dick Peek, Liza Simpson, Anne Bransford and Andy Beerman. Issues discussed include possible tax increase, Treasure Hill development, Quinn’s Junction development and candidate statements.
Co-hosts Missy Hilton and Isaac Wilson first speak with Chad Lundstrom of Lundstrum Chiropractic, whose mission is to educate and adjust as many families as possible toward optimal health through natural chiropractic care. The second guest is Carl Alasko, author of the book “Beyond Blame: Freeing Yourself from the Most Toxic Form of Emotional B.S.”. In Missy Hilton’s segment, Health from the Hood; providing danger for your kids.
If you’ve been around Summit County very long, you know how Park City has been nicknamed over the years. In our continuing series Tales from the Wasatch Back, local Lynn Ware Peek ponders this town’s infamy with a tourist she meets along the way.
Today, co-host Nell Larsen and Chris Cherniak talk with author Gernot Wagner. Gernot holds a bachelor’s in environmental science and a master’s and Ph.D. in political economy and government from Harvard, as well as a master’s in economics from Stanford. He recently came out with a book, “But Will The Planet Notice? How smart Economics Can Save The World”.