As of 11:09pm, Rocky Mountain Power is reporting that there are approximately 22,172 customers are without power in Summit County. The Park City Police Department officers are working on putting up temporary traffic lights at some of the major intersections along with extra patrols in those areas affected. Time of restoration is unknown.
Park City enjoyed a humungous crowd for their 4th of July Parade this year. Organizers estimated a crowd of 13,000-15,000 people.
The 5th Annual Share The Road Ride took off from Cole Sport Monday night to promote cycling safety in Summit County. KPCW’s Nate Vineyard reports.
The Park City Film Music Festival rolled out the red carpet on Friday for the stars, directors, and composers of their featured films. The festival goes from May 25 – June 3rd and will feature over 200 independent films.
Slow Food Park City has partnered with the Park City Film Series and 2 local restaurants to present 3 nights of film and food in Park City. We interviewed David Odell from Slow Food Park City about the Italian film and dinner.
The third annual Running With Ed relay race to benefit the Park City Education Foundation was held in Park City Saturday. Tune in to The Local View with Randy Barton tonight at 5:45 to hear the announcement of the school winning the $5,000 grant from Ragnar. KPCW’s Nate Vineyard reports on Saturday’s event.
Park City Mountain Resort announced that 12 local nonprofits were awarded $25,000 dollars from the resort’s Legacy Fund. Krista Parry, Director of Marketing for the resort, tells us who the nonprofits are and how the Legacy Fund originated.
The Park City Film Series is presenting a free screening Thursday (May 10th) at 7:30pm at the Jim Santy Auditorium (1255 Park Ave, Park City). The film is Escape Fire: The Flight To Rescue American Healthcare. The director, Matthew Heineman, will be at the screening to talk about the film and answer any questions.
Think Head First is an organization that promotes awareness and management of concussions for sports organizations. They will be in Park City this week to administer ImPACT – user-friendly computer based neurocognitive tests – for young athletes in the Park City High School’s computer room. The cost is $20 per athlete and reports are kept confidential. Nate Vineyard reports.
KPCW’s Mountain Money – May 7, 2012 On today’s show, Mountain Money host Doug Wells is joined by guest host Pam Wylie to talk with Scott Schaefer, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor in the Finance Department at the University of Utah. Dr. Schaefer discusses why hiring is so hard, and how tried-and-true and cutting-edge [...]