Doug & Larry started off today's show with a conversation about Utah's new Outdoor Recreation Office and it's director, Brad Peterson. Tracy Larson, Vice President of Program Development at Bank of American Fork then joined the show to talk about Elder Financial Abuse. Dylan (Sands) and Shelby (Cushman) of Publik Coffee Roasters then joined the show to talk about their business as well as their new Park City area location.
The Snyderville Planning Commission begins the next big chore in its overhaul of the Snyderville General Plan, looking at Phase II. That's a major item for the group, in their regular meeting on Tuesday. Rick Brough has more.
Likely bombarded by media calls, the first official statement regarding the court-ordered mediation between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts was released this morning. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Summit County's Health Department has set up an Ozone Awareness Program. The aim is to report on levels of ozone in the county, advise on the best times of the day for exercise, and show ways to reduce ozone. Rick Brough has more.
Firefighters on the Fourth of July responded to a brushfire in the Rockport area, Friday afternoon, and a small blaze that night in the Trailside neighborhood, caused by fireworks. Rick Brough has more.
Hosts John Wells and Alex Butwinski spoke with a couple of authors on today's show, including Alex Wright, author of Cataloging The World: Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age. John and Alex also spoke with Michael Blastland, co-author of The Norm Chronicles: Stories and Numbers about Danger.
Wasatch County's police officers and other staff are maxed out at the Rainbow Gathering, taking place in the Uintah Forest east of Heber and the event is expected to reach its peak on the Fourth. Rick Brough has more.