On today's Utah's Politics Now, Park City School Board candidates Petra Butler and Moe Hickey debate the issues surrounding local education.  Park City Assistant Manager Matt Dias explains why city council voted to put a $25M bond on the ballot which, if approved, would go towards the possible purchase of Bonanza Flats.  And finally, Dr. Peter Clemens, the democratic candidate for Utah District 1 explains why he would do a better job than incumbent Congressman Rob Bishop* (R) if elected.   *Congressman Bishop was invited to be on the show with Dr. Clemens, but he declined.  

Local News Hour - October 27, 2016

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On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council member Roger Armstrong. Park CityPlanning Commissioner Steve Joyce talks last night’s meeting. Park City Community Foundation Programs Manager Ollie Wilder and Board member Mike Ruzek have details about next week's Live PC Give PC. In studio and Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation Director Colin Hilton has details on the annual Ski Archives fundraiser taking place November 1st.  

Cool Science Radio - October 27, 2016

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It’s the most popular class at Stanford and its teachers, and now authors of a new book based on the class, are product designers.  They apply the science of product design to designing your life.  It’s wisdom, science, and experience that you shouldn’t miss.  It’s Bill Burnett and Dave Evans with, “Designing Your Life:  How to Build a well-Lived Joyful Life.”

Park City Ski Team director Jesse Hunt said it’s time to go through your winter sports gear and decide what you may want  to sell or may need to buy because the 44th Annual Ski and Snowboard Swap is taking place on Nov. 4 - 6 at the Basin Recreation  Fieldhouse.

Summit Community Garden Takes a Long Winter's Nap

Oct 26, 2016

November is knocking on October’s door with temperatures dropping – signaling both farmers and gardeners to put their final touches on their fields and gardens for a long winters nap.

University of Utah Law Professor Cliff Rosky has filed Gramma requests with each school district in the state.  He’s starting with Utah and planning to present requests to 19 other states for an article he’s working on.  Carolyn Murray has more:

The Mountain Life - October 26, 2016

Oct 26, 2016

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Annie Morgan of the Nordic Betties, and Ann Blomquist of the EATS Park City and Katy Wang of the Park City Film Series about the upcoming Food and Film weekend, a fundraiser for the EATS program. 

The Park City Film Series will bring the film Unlocking the Cage to the Jim Santy Auditorium on Thursday evening.  It’s part of the Reel Community Film series which brings free screenings to Park City for the purpose of illuminating social issues. Carolyn Murray has more:

local News Hour - October 26, 2016

Oct 26, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Associate Superintendent of  Teaching, Learning and Technology, Kathleen Einhorn in to talk about the middle years curriculum committee. She gave a detailed presentation at last week’s school board meeting. Angela Moschetta of Future Park City and Sarah Scott of Voterise to talk about voter registration and tomorrow's candidate forum - in costumes. Ken Kullack - Ex. Director of Summit Community Gardens to talk about the success of this summer's garden and plans for next summer.

515 Main St. – the North Face store - wants permission to put up a tent in their outdoor courtyard several times a year. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson said a conditional use permit is required because of the frequency of the request.