Pizza Hut has been a fixture in Park City for over 25 years. But now the familiar red-roofed building in Prospector has been shuttered. The franchise hasn't left the area, though - a carry-out location has been set up at Kimball Juncton. Rick Brough has more.
Poor communication is one of the main reasons people don't find advancement in their professional world. The public speaking group Park City Toastmasters invites anyone interested in speaking and communication more clearly to an open house, Tuesday, March 11 at 7 AM. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
For the sixth year, the Park City Police Department is offering its free Citizens Academy. The program, running for 11 weeks, offers locals a chance to look behind the scenes, to see what the police do and what tools they use. Rick Brough has more.
Larry and Doug start out with Simon Sinek, author of "Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't". Great leaders sacrifice their own comfort for the good of those in their care. Clint Probst is next in the studio. He is the Funeral Director and owner of Probst Family Funerals, now in Midway. To wrap up the hour, Mike Mazzone, Principal Broker/Owner of Park City Realty Group talks about this boutique style, independent real estate brokerage firm.
National Storyteller and Story Mine favorite Ed Stivender, shares several of his premier called "Jack" Tales. A prolific storyteller he has been telling stories since 1977 and entertains when Jack tries to do what people tell him to do, but somehow he always gets it wrong. Sometimes he seems foolish! The stories include: "The Silliest Goose;" "Seeking My Fortune" and "Dublin Jack".