The developers of the Hyatt House Hotel along Highway 224 were hoping to get to a public hearing on their final site plan after Tuesday's work session with the Snyderville Planning Commission. But, they were told instead that they need another meeting with the panel. Rick Brough has more.
When Jeremy Ranch fifth grader Stryder Larsen found himself in the Final 10 at the state level of the National Geographic Bee, only then sis he realize he was surrounded by seventh and eighth graders. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Andrea Morgan joins Nell and Chris in the first part of the show to talk about genetically modified organisms and genetically engineered crops. After that Nell provides an update on Alaska's Pebble Mine project and Chris explains the linkage between fracking and seismic activity.
In a recent court filing, Park City Mountain Resort says that if it were evicted off the ski mountain by its landlord, Talisker Land Holdings, the Resort will dismantle the ski lifts on the hill. Attorneys for Talisker are saying the Resort is not entitled to do that - while the two sides have been debating other issues in court over the past week. Rick Brough has more.
A stronger enforcement of the anti-idling ordinance in Park City is likely to happen, with city council and staff coming up with some ways to encourage and support residents in an effort that they say reflects what's important to the community. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Along with a visiting delegation from Vail, Park City last week hosted a road tour group from Lake Tahoe. It's a region where a lake, not a mountain range, is the center of the economy. But the group is hoping to learn from Park City. Rick Brough has more.