Today, Fun Friday Frieda is for for John Burdick, with Jan Williams. Their guest is Kristie Henderson from the Kimball Art Center. They are hosting 2 events, one this weekend at Stein Eriksen Lodge and the second at KAC, "Art of the Time Piece".
The second longest tenured employee at Park City Mountain Resort is Clark Parkinson.
Parkinson - who worked in school school for 46 seasons - retired in 2009. His record at the resort is only surpassed by Keith Bates who worked for 50 seasons before passing away this fall. Parkinson taught hundreds - perhaps thousands - of lessons as well as teaching his own children and 7 grandchildren to ski. In this week's Park City Story, he takes a look back at that lengthy career and the changes in teaching techniques, ski shape and snow making...
As we have reported, a proposal from Summit County got the sparks flying at a meeting with several East-side mayors. County Council member Roger Armstrong said it was probably for good reason.
The County is asking East-side cities to enter into inter-local agreements to provide some financial support for the services they get from the County Sheriff. Armstrong said the presentation of that could have been handled better. Rick Brough has more.
John and Lynn start the hour with William B. Miller, author of "The Microcosm Within: Evolution and Extinction in the Hologenome", which offers intriguing and profound answers by exploring our cellular consciousness, connections and collaboration. Then, Ted Claypoole, co-author of "Privacy in the Age of Bg Data:. Digital data collection and surveillance is getting more invasive. The best ways to protect your self are all steps you can take yourself.