Budget forecasting for the Park City School District's five year budget plan tends to be dismal, but as the more realistic numbers for both revenues and expenditures are considered - the district may not be in as hot of water as it seems. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Park City school board is wrestling with the safety of students and concern for the property owners who live near the district's four elementary schools as they consider a recommendation to install fencing at all four schools. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
With two school board seats up for grabs in the coming elections and the filling window now closed - four candidates are vying for the District 5 seat. One of those is Julia Nirula. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Although a lot was made early on in this year's legislative session about cleaning up Utah's dirty air, many of the proposals to do that didn't make it through the process. Still, as KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports, a handful of them did and will help make a difference.
Upcoming shows at the Egyptain Theatre, like the Follies, may just be "3.2 beer" events, and won't include wine - unless Egyptian Manager Randy Barton successfully pleads his case at a Tuesday morning meeting of the Utah Liquor Commission.
Barton, who is also a KPCW host, says the Commission and the State Division of Alcohol Beverage Control have shifted direction and won't allow the Theater a single-event wine or spirits permit. Rick Brough has more.
The race for Utah's House District One includes some independent-party candidates running against incumbent Rob Bishop and two Democrats. One of the independents is Park City-based attorney Dwayne Vance. Rick Brough has more.