Friday Film Reviewers Linda Jager and Mark Harrington and filmmaker Jill Orschel join host Rick Brough to talk Oscar buzz, preview Sundance announcements and take on film and politics.

The Utah Public Service Commission has suspended Rocky Mountain Power's net metering proposal on the same day as the deadline for solar rooftop applications to be submitted in order to be grandfathered under the lower rate. According to an Order on the Public Service Commission website, PacifiCorp, the owner of Rocky Mountain Power, filed a letter with the Commission on December 9, 2016, in which it "recommends the Commission exercise its statutory prerogative to suspend the [Tariff Changes] ...

John and Jude’s first guest on the program today is Aaron English who performs live in studio. Second guests are Shellie Barrus, Executive Director and Robin Nygaard, Habitat Volunteer- Family Services Committee from Habitat For Humanity, bringing us up to date on their new home dedication which is coming up December 15. The final guest is Renee Huang from Utah Symphony and Utah Opera.

Local News Hour - December 9, 2016

Dec 9, 2016

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher gets a review of big development projects with Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt. Park City Council member Tim Henney has an update about last night's meeting. Kenzie Coulson, PCMC new parking manager along with Transportation Director Alfred Knotts have the transit and parking management plan update and Jason Brown with Envision Utah discusses the most recent education study.

The Citizens Climate Lobby is showing an episode of “A Year Of Living Dangerously” to highlight the work being done by the organization to reach carbon neutrality in the United States. This particular episode features the organization and the episode was made available through National Geographic. Carolyn Murray has more:

John and Lynn’s first guest this morning is Andrew Parker, Chief Marketing Officer for the Leonardo Museum. The Leonardo and Women Tech Council (WTC) have partnered to open the Women Innovators exhibit, a highly interactive exhibit showing the impact of women in driving innovation in business and technology. The 2nd guest is Matthew Dunn who has written the Spycatcher series of suspense novels and he has just released A Soldier’s Revenge a fictional book about Will Cochrane a former...

Local News Hour - December 8, 2016

Dec 8, 2016

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council member Tal Adair. Deer Valley President and General Manager Bob Wheaton and Guy Morris Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Stein Eriksen Lodge have details about the inaugural Stein Day on Sunday.Youth Theater director Jamie Wilcox is in with a couple of actors from the cast of Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells? YSA Ex. Director Aimee Preston is joined by ice skating coach Stephanie Chase Bass to talk about the...

The Karl Malone car dealership in Heber City wants to put an employee parking lot in a residential area where a 19 th century home is now. There will be a public hearing Thursday night. KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more: Click here to see a link to the Heber City staff report on the proposed rezone, including maps of the proposed change.

The Park City School Board met Tuesday afternoon and had a first time look at the 175,000 square-foot High School Expansion options which now include 4 different designs. KPCW’s Carolyn Murray was at the meeting and has this:

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board members Nancy Garrison and Tania Knauer. Park City Manager Diane Foster, Community Development Director Anne Laurent and Planner Hannah Turpen discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Park Silly Executive Director, Kate McChesney has details about the annual Park Silly Holiday Bazaar scheduled for this weekend and Judd Werner with Citizens Climate Lobby talks about next week' s screening of National Geographic...