When the snow stops falling and a little more green begins to peak out, the Park City golf course will open for its 50th season with improvements that will better serve its patrons. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Wildlife on Utah roadways is a dangerous reality. On Hwy 30 over the weekend, a driver in a mid-size car struck a moose and is lucky to be alive. The moose didn't fare as well. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Doug and Larry open this show with Suzanne Mettler, author of "Degrees of Inequality: How the Politics of Higher Education Sabotaged the American Dream". Since 1980, young adults from low to middle income families are not much more likely to graduate college than four decades ago. In the second half, representatives from the IRS, including Bill Brunson, IRS Media Relations, Tamara Angeloff, IRS Taxpayer Advocate and Virginia Keys, IRS Compliance Officer.
It was the spring of 1974 when Park City's first Clown Day capered and wisecracked its way across the Park City ski slopes. After a long winter, Park City's ski bums let loose for a day of dressing up, over indulging and basically having more fun than a barrel of monkeys. In this final Park City story, Jay Meehan recounts that first crazy spring celebration.
It's our April Foods Day show featuring a variety of tales to bring a laugh to your heart. You will enjoy these Trickster stories. This show features a several of our National Storytellers. Ed Stivender retells Bre'r Possum and sings "50 Ways To Fool Your Mother". Len Cabral shares "How The Rabbit Lost It's Tale" and Ron Chick, shares his tall tale, "Hiss".
Officers from the Wasatch County Sheriff's Department and Heber City Police responded today when a State Prison convict walked away from a work detail. The escapee was caught shortly afterward at Wal-Mart this afternoon, but officers also had to deal with a bomb discovered with the inmate. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County's Democrats will hold their convention this Saturday at 4 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church near the Blue Roof Market off Highway 224. The delegates have one contest, within their local party, to vote on. Rick Brough has more.