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If you were trying to get out of town on State Road 224 Thursday evening, or into town on 224 Friday morning, you were probably frustrated by flashing traffic lights and four-way stops at major intersections.  Carolyn Murray has the story:

The Morning Mix - January 12, 2018

Jan 12, 2018

Today's Morning Mix is jam-packed with music, musicians, and music programmers. Jordan Matthew Young,2016 winner of the Utah Music Awards Best Album and Best Rock Band is in studio with Cory from the Green River Blues Band. Anders Osborne talks about playing two solo acoustic shows at The State Room. Jarom Rowland, senior manager of the film music program at Sundance Film Festival, will be announcing the ASCAP Music Cafe schedule. In addition to these interviews we update you on all the music and events happening in and around town this weekend. 

    

Local News Hour - January 12, 2018

Jan 12, 2018

Trent Meisenheimer leads off today’s program with the Utah Avalanche Center forecast. Park City Planning Commissioners Melissa Band and Preston Campbell react to the latest Treasure Hill plans. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman recaps Thursday night's city council meeting. Finally, Peace House Development Director Sally Tauber and Jorden Saxton, clinical intern, describe an upcoming outpatient group that addresses reducing shame after a domestic or sexual abuse or even a past childhood abuse.

Quagga Mussels Cleared From Deer Creek Reservoir

Jan 11, 2018
Utah State Park

After a three-year effort on the part of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Quagga mussels are no longer found in Deer Creek reservoir.  This means vessels coming off of the reservoir no longer have to be inspected, drained and decontaminated. Carolyn Murray has this report:

Summit County, UT

Summit County's new Kamas Services Building is still not ready for occupancy.  County Manager Tom Fisher reports that the contractor has missed a number of deadlines, and if that continues, there will be consequences.  Rick Brough has the story:

Yesterday afternoon Park City police, fire, health department and hazmat responders were dispatched to the Marriott Hotel on Sidewinder Drive in the Prospector Square neighborhood after a caller reported gaseous odors coming from a small utility closet in the hotel.  Carolyn Murray has this:

This morning, Evelyn Lees has today’s Utah Avalanche forecast; Summit County Council member Kim Carson recaps Wednesday's meeting; Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Thomas Cooke reviews that body's meeting on Tuesday; and Egyptian Theater executive director Randy Barton details the newly acquired space below the Parkite to be used for YouthTheater, with a black box theater space and space for events.

Cool Science Radio - January 11, 2018

Jan 11, 2018

John and Lynn’s first guest is Bill Andrews, senior associate editor of Discover. His team has been hard at work assembling their annual Discover "Top 100 Science Stories 2017" special issue which includes "Spacecraft Juno Delivers Jupiter’s Secrets", "Age Is Just A Number (Of Neural Stems Cells)", and "Who Or What Is Sending Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) From Deep Space?".  John and Lynn next speak with Sarah Murphy, STEM educator from the Leonardo Museum in Salt Lake City, who will be talking about the Bill Nye: Science Guy documentary.

After several months of negotiations, Summit County and the Park City Chamber/Bureau have reached a draft agreement to re-allocate revenues from the transient room tax.  Rick Brough has more:

Tour of Utah

After a hiatus in 2017, the multiday Tour Of Utah road bike event, known as America's Toughest Stage Race, brings the action back to Main Street in Old Town Park City this summer.  Leslie Thatcher brings the news:

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