A master planning committee at the Park City School District says the district needs a new $5,000,000 building for teacher training and the PC CAPS program, reprioritized for a need for a Career and Technical Education building. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Nearly 700 turkeys destined for the deep freeze met their fate early by drowning in Deer Creek Reservoir Thursday morning after a semi-truck hauling them missed a curve on Provo Canyon highway. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has details.
Lynn and John talk to Tom Chiller, epidemiologist for the Center for Disease Control, about Valley Fever. Most cases occur in people who live in or travel to the southwestern United States. Then, Dr. Peter Squire, researcher at Office of Naval Research. Navy researchers what to know if those facing the unexpected in the heat of battle can be trained to guess right more often than not.
Long-time Park City rancher Steve Osguthorpe has sued the Canyons Resort, and its corporate affilitates, after an accident four years ago, when he ran into a cable being strung up by workers at the Resort. Rick Brough has more.
The Park City Council last week approved the final subdivision plat for Park City Film Studios, paving the way for construction on the 30-acre development to move forward. As KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports, expect construction to being this spring.
In an active and aging community like the one we live in, the health of our joints is really a top priority. We speak with Dr. Phil Davidson, a surgeon in the Heiden Davidson Orthopedic office in Park City. He’ll join us to talk about some of the ongoing practices that give longer life to our weary and overused joints. Then, we’ll talk about Essentialism - what do real really need in our lives to thrive. Greg McKeown is a blogger for the Harvard Business Review and speaks all over the world. We’ll talk to him about his new book, Essentialism: The Discipline Pursuit of Less.