Lost Boy Earns Gold

Sep 7, 2013

The tragedy of a lost boy in a Korean market had a happy ending at the 2006 olympics in Torino. 

Hi, this is Tom Kelly and I’ll be right back with the Olympic story Behind the Gold.

The U.S. ski team had long been a powerhouse in freestyle moguls with medals in every Olympics since its 1992 debut. Heading into Torino in 2006, all eyes were on Jeremy Bloom. Instead, it was a Korean born athlete from Yale who stepped into the spotlight.

  The Park City Film Series kicks off again with it's Fall line-up of films coming to the Jim Santy auditorium of the Park City Library Building. Lynn Ware Peek has more.  

  Whenever there's a cougar sighting in the Park City area, that means residents need to watch out for their pets. Charley Sturgis from the Mountain trails Foundation said he's been told of a sighting. Rick Brough has more. 

  A red tailed hawk was injured on Main Street last week, after being hit by a passing motorist, and was rescued by Park City Police. Rick Brough has more. 

  When architects try to create a 21st century library out of an historical building, they have some considerable challenges. As the Park City Council heard this wee in a presentation, juxtaposing historic design with modern design is how Carl Winters Library building could transform with it's upcoming renovation. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

The Park City Newcomers Club is hosting its annual membership luncheon this week. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

  At this weeks Park City Council meeting, Park City Mayor Dana Williams presented the Mayor's Excellence Awards to two citizens for their contributions to the community. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

  The Oakley School has a new director. Rick Brough has more. 

The trials and tribulations of being a teen was again a featured topic in this summer's crop of films. Friday Film Reviewer Linda Jager is here with her take on the 2013 favorite, "The Spectacular Now".

The Friday Film Review is sponsored by the Utah Film Center.

The final film is Sundance's summer series, a free showing Friday is a favorite from last winter's Film Festival, chosen by audience members. Rick Brough has more.