Today in the program, we’ll talk comedy with Park City’s own Stacy Dymalski and Tony Oros, who have banded together in a new comedy act called Dueling Cheeses. Then we will speak with Shawnie and Travis Bray, directors of a new foundation that has just surfaced in Park City. This is about Hereditary Colon Cancer and a fundraiser that features a 21 day commitment that every one of us can participate in. Then Dr. Brad Lester of Mtn Sage Natural Health about how naturopathic medicine has been brought into the national spotlight.
The 240 unit Park City Heights development near Quinn's Junction is hoping for states approval on an on-site toxic soil repository. But Before that happens, they'll ask the Park City Planning commission for some changes to the project due to locating a repository there. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Saying it's a $1,000,000 loss to the state, Utah Governor Gary Herbert Tuesday formally requested President Obama to re-open the state's five national parks, several national monuments, historic sites and recreation areas. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.