This week, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells start their show off by exploring the Banking on Women program from GE Capital with Kathy Ricci, executive director of the Utah Microenterprise Loan Fund. Then Mountain Money showcases a local businesswoman: Judi Durboraw the local marketing director for Freebirds World Burrito, which just opened in Kimball Junction. The show finishes with Donna Milakovic, Vice President at the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Jennifer Lynn Stone, founder of Fandancy and student in the Young Entrepreneur Academy. They'll talk about the YEA!
A former Heber Light & Power employee has been arrested on a second degree felony for allegedly charging more than $100,000 on the company's credit card.
The Wasatch Wave is reporting that 54-year-old Anthony L. Furness of Heber City used a company credit card to pay for personal expenses between 2010 and 2013. Citing court documents from the Attorney General's office, Furness was the company's chief financial officer between 2006 and 2013. He allegedly concealed the personal charges by submitting expense account statements and claiming the charges were business related.
Spotlighting World Oral Health Day, which was celebrated this past week, we include a hilarious tale by Bil Lepp, an internationally-known storyteller and humorist. Bil is a FIVE time winner of the West Virginia's Liars' Contest. You will enjoy this outrageous tale called, "I Love My Dentist". Ed Stivender will also share his tongue in cheek tale, "Peanut Butter".
Utah Governor Gary Herbert is scheduled to visit a group of Heber City high school students today, who urged lawmakers this year to pass a bill allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to serve as election poll workers. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Summer County Council Wednesday, looking at the future of septic tanks in Snyderville Basin, discussed the issue with two other boards concerned with health and water quality. Rick Brough has more.
Following this year's state legislature and the some 140 education related bills, educators are still sifting through how it all shakes, but it looks like some of the important things like per pupil spending were funded. Lynn Ware Peek has more.