This show transitions from winter to spring. Maura Robbins and Sean Beard are in to get us excited about getting a team together for Park City Education Foundation's Running With Ed fundraiser. Spring also brings golf season. Christopher Johnson, Certified Personal Coach with GolfTec helps us "swing into spring". Then Jan Mitchell is here to cheer on the Youth Sports Alliance 'Team Park City' Olympic and Paralympic Homecoming Parade.
Summer Concert Season at Deer Valley is not far off. It begins in June and this week the Park City Institute this week announced its St. Regis Big Stars Bright Nights series with 10 concerts, sure to bridge many varied musical tastes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Summit County Attorney Dave Brickley announced Tuesday that he has appointed a Chief Prosecutor - naming Matthew Bates, who has worked in the Attorney's Office the past three years. Rick Brough has more.
Park City has received more than 200 letters and comments on the new proposed design plans for the Kimball Art Center Expansion and the city manager says there are more opportunities for public input. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.
Attorneys for the Park City Mountain Resort went into Third District Thursday, asking Judge Ryan Harris to reconsider a major ruling against the Resort which he handed down a year and a half ago. In the legal fight with its landlord, Talisker, the Mountain Resort argues that the lease on over 3,000 acres of its ski mountain is still valid.
John and Lynn start with "America's funniest science writer", Mary Roach with her new book "Gulp: Adventures On The Alimentary Canal". Then, Dr. Pearl Sandick, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah. Pearl talks about the discovery of ripples in space that may provide validation of the Big Bang Theory.
Park City resident Kris "Fuzz" Fedderson is one of six inductees into the National Ski Hall of Fame, and will be inducted Saturday evening in the crescendo of Skiing History Week, taking place in Park City all week. Lynn Ware Peek has more.