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Park City Youth Council Invited to Council Retreat

Feb 13, 2017
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On the third floor of the Park City Library, overlooking Old Town, several tables were shaped into a large square with huge monitors and easel pads on each side with charts, lists and diagrams displayed.

KPCW

The push to raise millions of dollars to save a beloved parcel of open space is entering its final month.    It’s an effort that’s been in the headlines since last summer, and the county that contains that land is now joining the conversation.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more on what Wasatch County is doing in regards to Bonanza Flats.

      There’s a community conversation scheduled for Monday night at the Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church. It’s part of the Project for Deeper Understanding. The panel discussion topic is the cost of community development and services and the long term impacts on the quality of life in Park City and Summit County.  Carolyn Murray has more:

      

Today’s music guest is Michael Dallin .  He performs live in studio during the program. John and Christie have an update of all the weekend events around Park City.

Local News Hour - February 10, 2017

Feb 10, 2017

On today’s program, Acting Park City Chief Building Official Michelle Downard and Building Inspector Kurt Simister talk about snow removal safety recommendations. Artist Bridgette Meinhold and Utah Open Lands Director Wendy Fisher talk about Bridgette donating artwork to preserve Bonanza Flat and KPCW Board Chair Bob Richer and Station Manager Larry Warren announce Larry Warren's retirement this summer.

Cool Science Radio - February 9, 2016

Feb 10, 2017

John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek speak with environmental writer McKay Jenkins, how has written an exhaustive account of GMO's.  His new book is called, "Food Fight:  GMO's and the Future of the American Diet."  

Then, an exploration into the concept of time, with New Yorker staff writer and National Book Award Finalist, Alan Burdick.  He explores the topic that we all think about, but never talk about in this depth: time.  Burdick's book is,  "Why Time Flies: A Mostly Scientific Exploration."

KPCW

Road repairs took longer than expected Wednesday night, causing an evening rush hour backup on 224.   KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, UDOT warned drivers about pothole repairs on SR 224 near the McPolin Barn.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

Local News Hour - February 9 ,2017

Feb 9, 2017

On today’s program, Summit County Council member Doug Clyde reviews yesterday’s county council meeting. Park City Planning Commissioner Preston Campbell discusses last night’s meeting. Pastor Charles Robinson and Ray Freer with Project for Deeper Understanding discusses Monday’s forum: Our Community's Vision for the Future: How Will We Pay for it All?

The Mountain Life - February 8, 2017

Feb 9, 2017

Lynn and Tim continue their monthly segment on the importance and connection art and culture have to our mountain Lifestyle and community.  Hadley Dynak, Executive Director of the Arts Council, and Corrine Humphrey join in the conversation. In the second half of the program, they explore the Inca formula for transformation with local Western Shaman Danielle Bryan who will be presenting a Medicine Wheel workshop through 2017 in four classes. Finally, they dive into the controversial topic of vaccines with author of The Vaccine Race, Meredith Wadman.

The Park City Board of Education has a multitude of projects on their immediate horizon. There’s grade realignment, high school expansion plans, over crowded elementary schools, a junior high school in need of replacement, a potential school bond on the ballot, not to mention the day in and day out work of academia. Carolyn Murray has more on this:

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