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The Mountain Life - January 11, 2107

Jan 11, 2017

Today, Lynn and Tim introduce a new feature on the program.  It’s about the role that art and culture play in lifestyle and our overall wellbeing. They are joined by Bari Nan Rothchild of the Park City Institute and Hadley Dynak of the Summit County Arts Council.  Next, they speak with Sheri Fisher and Jill Packham about taking out our emotional trash. The final guest is Dr. Henry Malus from Diamond Wellness Center in Midway. His subject -  detoxification from heavy minerals in our bodies.

Park City High School Expansion Plans Progress

Jan 10, 2017

The High School Expansion subcommittee wants to hear what people have to say about the design plans to enlarge the high school to accommodate 9th grade. They have another presentation scheduled for Wednesday.  Carolyn Murray has more:

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The local organizer of the Women's March on Main says there could be "thousands" at the event which takes place Saturday, January 21, 2017.  That's also anticipated to be one of the busiest days of the Sundance Film Festival.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

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A group of Utah business leaders are considering an end-run around the Utah legislature, which isn't make state lawmakers very happy. Leslie Thatcher explains.

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Noah Hawley's suspenseful novel BEFORE THE FALL keeps you on the edge of your seat. Fasten your seatbelt and prepare for a bumpy ride. Here's Barb Bretz with this month's book review.

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Park City Council has a new way to get the public involved in city politics, but there may be a slight legal snag in their outreach project.   The issue involves how many council members participate.  If there are more than two members present, the gathering could violate Utah's Open Meetings Act.  That was the case January 3, 2017, at the "Apres With Council" meeting at Old Town Cellars, when all but one council member addressed the crowd.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

This Green Earth - January 10, 2017

Jan 10, 2017

On the January 10th show, Nell Larson and guest cohost Renai Bodley started by talking with Sheryl Carter, Co-Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council's Energy Program, about the future of renewable and clean energy here in the United States.

Local News Hour - January 10, 2017

Jan 10, 2017

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt , who is in for county manager Tom Fisher and previews the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson hs the rundown of tomorrow's Park City Planning Commission agenda, including Treasure.

Sundance Interviews on KPCW - 2017

Jan 9, 2017
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It's Sundance time again!

Park City's favorite local radio station, KPCW, is once again in the middle of all the action, emotion and filmmaking of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, running January 19th through January 29th. Once again, our veteran news team brings fresh interviews every morning with filmmakers, industry professionals and film festival insiders.

Times, dates and interviews names are subject to change.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017

Local News Hour - January 9, 2017

Jan 9, 2017

Park City Sustainability Manager Luke Cartin and SCPW Project Manager Mary Christa Smith have details about the Festival Base Camp Panel on Sunday, Jan. 22nd. Summit County planners Amir Caus and Tiffany Robinson discuss tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda. Jim Carter, senior planner with Logan Simpson to talk about his firm’s work with Summit County. They will be conducting community outreach events on January 30-31st to gather resource management-related input from Summit County residents. Tom Kelly with USSA with his weekly update. In studio.

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