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   On today’s Morning Mix, William Kidd performs live throughout the show.  Then JW and Jude welcome Josh Hockman, the winner of the Park City Cocktail Contest in 2015. He works at Deer Valley’s Brass Tag. He discusses cocktails and things which are unique to PC Cocktail contest. Rules, ideas, how to taste and, how to vote. The final guest on the program today is Josh Robinson –cast member of Cabaret which is on stage at the Egyptian Theatre.  Josh plays the Emcee.

 

 

 

 

Local News Hour - July 21, 2017

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Today on the Local News Hour show it’s the Mountain Trails Report with Trails & Open Space Manager Bob Radke. Then Lt. Governor Spencer Cox talks about an initiative to create 25,000 jobs in rural Utah in the next four years.  Next is Park City Council member Nann Worel to talk about last night's meeting. Wrapping up the hour we have singer, songwriter and producer Aloe Blacc who will be performing at the Snow Amphitheater at the Deer Valley Resort on Sunday.

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The city council approved a Professional Services agreement with Lochner Inc for a little over 1.3 million dollars for the State Route 248 Corridor and Safety Improvement Project.  Carolyn Murray has this report and more on Thursday’s meeting.

UDOT Employee Seriously Injured Near Jeremy Ranch Exit

Jul 20, 2017
UDOT

A Utah Department of Transportation employee is seriously injured after a semi-truck swerved and struck two UDOT vehicles near the Jeremy Ranch exit on I 80.  Carolyn Murray has this:

The KPCW & Cole Sport Back Alley Bash 2017

Jul 20, 2017

Join us for the annual KPCW & Cole Sport Back Alley Bash on Friday, August 18th from 5:00 - 9:00 pm!

Help us kickoff our Summer Pledge Drive in style at our community appreciation party!  Event is FREE and features live music, entertainment and kids activities!  Food and drinks will be available for purchase and all proceeds benefit KPCW, your community radio station!

Don't miss out on our OPPORTUNITY DRAWING!  Grand Prize is a 3-course dinner for 8 in your home!  Compliments of Savoury Kitchen (you do not need to be present to win)!  

Cool Science Radio - July 20, 2017

Jul 20, 2017

John and Lynn’s  first guest is Charles Bacon who is the Enabling Technology Systems Engineer for NASA’s Satellite Servicing Projects Division. The ability to robotically service satellites offers many advantages over current astronaut involved missions. Many of the technologies being developed for this autonomous ability will also be used in future Mars missions. The 2nd guest is Mario Livio who has written WHY: What Makes Us Curious. The ability to ask “why” is uniquely human, and yet there is still no definitive scientific consensus about why that is.

Local News Hour - July 20, 2017

Jul 20, 2017

First guest, Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson to talk about last night’s meeting. Dixon Resources Principal Julie Dixon and Park City Parking & Fleet Administrative Supervisor Kenzie Coulson will be in with an update on the Parking Demand System.  Then we have Park City Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen with a look ahead at the week's events. 

Park City E Bike Share is First in the United States

Jul 19, 2017
Claire Wiley for PCMC

Park City is first in the United States to have a 100 percent electric bike program.  It kicked off Wednesday with a Golden Spoke Event at the McPolin Barn on Highway 224. 

Carolyn Murray rode along for this story:

"Stunning" Turnout for Park City Mayoral Debate

Jul 19, 2017
Melissa Allison

If the size of the crowd is any indication, there's a lot of interest in this year's election for Park City mayor. There was a full house Tuesday as Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong, Park City Council Member Andy Beerman, and former Park City Mayor Dana Williams debated each other at the Park City Rotary meeting.     KPCW"s Melissa Allison was there:  

Park City Rotary Gives $125,000 to Local Youth Causes

Jul 19, 2017
PC Tots Website

The Park City Rotary gave 125,000 dollars to three local youth oriented non-profits.  The method was unique for the Rotary because their grants are usually smaller and distributed to diverse causes.  Carolyn Murray has more on this.

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