The Talisker Land company won a round in Third District Court Friday, in its ongoing legal battle with the Park City Mountain Resort. Judge Ryan Harris ruled that there can be an examination of internal e-mails generated by PCMR officials and attorneys, to determine how a document was backdated. The Mountain Resort had cited that letter to back up its case that the lease of the ski mountain was still valid. Judge Harris said he was making an exception to the attorney-client confidentiality, but said the disclosure of some 22 e-mails is subject to his review. Rick Brough has more.
When architects try to create a 21st century library out of an historic building, they have some considerable challenges. As the Park City Council heard at a recent meeting, juxtaposing historic design with modern design is how the Carl Winters Library building could transform in it s upcoming renovation. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
An attorney for Park City Mountain Resort says that although it has received a Notice to Vacate from Talisker - the landlord for 3,700 acres of the Resort's ski mountain - they're taking Talisker's word that they will be allowed to operate for the ski season of 2013-14. KPCW's Rick Brough has more.
Today's show opens with Tobie Stanger, Senior Editor of Consumer Reports, talking about his article "Grow Your Savings". Then in the studio is Gene Magre, or Vintage Airstream Restorations. Finally, Steve Roney discusses Realty Trac at Prudential.
The Sundance Film Festival and Park City Municipal are one step closer to a long term deal, with each party agreeing to the most significant aspect of the contract - moving the Film Festival off of the Martin Luther King weekend. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
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.