Candidates for Summit County Sheriff answered questions at the KPCW-Park Record 2014 Election Forum Monday evening. Justin Martinez said he would be the people's sheriff; Kris Hendriksen said he would make everyone feel safe inside their homes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Nick Coleman (R), running against the incumbent for Summit County Clerk, says he'll bring business and tech experience to the position, and he aims to correct some problems with Summit County's voter database. Rick Brough has more.
The candidates for Summit County Attorney, incumbent David Brickey and former Third District Court Judge Robert Hilder, jousted over their records, as well as their qualifications to handle both the civil and criminal sides of their job. They also delved into some of their judgment calls at Monday's 2014 Election Forum. Rick Brough has more.
In this edition of Mountain Money, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Susan Ershler, author of Conquering the Seven Summits of Sales: From Everest to Every Business, Achieving Peak Performance. Then, they are joined by in studio guests Dmitri Sorokovski from Intermountain Airstream and Mark Blocker, managing partner of National Affinity Services.
This week's installment begins with Monsters Under the Bed, a story co-host Dave Bullock tells about his fear of being swallowed up by those creatures that crawl up from under the bed. Dave continues with a poem he wrote about The Old Thrift Store. Storyteller Kim Weitkamp wraps up the program singing Head Bone Rattles.
Rick Brough and Friday Film Review-ers Linda Jager, Stacy Dymalski and Mark Harrington dissect the great yawn of Summer 2014 films, what they're looking forward to in the next few months and their dream casts for the female version of a Ghostbusters remake.
Veteran Utah lawmaker Mel Brown is asking to be elected again to represent House District 53. He's got a multi-county district that is primarily rural, and he says representing rural Utah is a paramount concern. Rick Brough has more.