Lynn and guest co-host John Wells spoke first with NY Times bestselling author Zac Bissonnette, author of Good Advice from Bad People: Selected Wisdom form Murderers, Stock Swindlers, and Lance Armstrong.
When it's spring in Park City, it's a time for restaurants and other businesses in Old Town to reboot and get ready for the summer - but stay tuned because it's also the time of year for great deals and fun local activities. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Nell and Chris first talk bark beetles with Colleen Keyes of the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands. Some areas of Utah have had all of their spruce trees killed due to the beetle. After that, they speak with Republic Services about what NOT to put in your recycling bin.
Summit County Sheriff deputies Wednesday morning chased three auto-burglary suspects from Kimball Junction to Jeremy Ranch. Two of the suspects were caught, but the third at this time, remains at large.
The Park City School District said they increased security measures at Jeremy Ranch Elementary and Ecker Hill Middle Schools due to the incident. Rick Brough has more.
The Doilney Excellent Educator Awards and the Sarah and Stephen Doilney teaching award were handed out to some surprised educators, as bands from Park City High School played along, adding to the excitement of its annual Park City Education Foundation event. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
This Thursday, County Manager Bob Jasper will hold a review of the construction progress on the Canyons 18-hole golf course, which is scheduled to be finished in September. That comes almost a week after Canyons affiliate TCFC said, in a statement, that the schedule and design of the course could be negatively impacted because Jasper denied the site plan for the resort's new ski maintenance building. However, Jasper told KPCW he doesn't know what position the resort will take later this week. Rick Brough has more.