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Summit County's Republican Party convention on Tuesday night heard from half a dozen candidates running for U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch's soon-to-be-vacated . The best known of the contenders, Mitt Romney, wasn't at the meeting. Rick Brough has details:

Summit County Republicans held their convention Tuesday night in Kamas, where they heard from three candidates running for Utah Senate District 26. None of the contenders are from Summit County, but one candidate was endorsed by a familiar name in local politics. Rick Brough has more:

Edward Rosenfeld joins the show. He is the author of, The Book of Highs: 255 Ways to Alter Your Consciousness Without Drugs. He discusses what he calls an encyclopedia for the curious and courageous, and catalogs the hundreds of ways humans can alter consciousness, minus drugs and alcohol.

 

 

 

 

The Mountain Life shares a conversation about the connection of art and culture to our mountain lifestyle with a focus on how both can bring diverse groups together through a creative process. In this case, our local youth, with the help of a New York-based visual artis, Bisco Smith and local art and recreation groups will design and create in the tunnel that runs under State Hwy 224 at Kimball Junction. 

Sean Beard and Summer Schlopy join the show to share the details for this year's "Running With Ed," the enormously popular community fundraiser for the Park City Education Foundation.

Public Forum On The Era Of Megafires

Apr 18, 2018

On Thursday night, April 19th, The Park City Area Project for Deeper Understanding hosts a conversation addressing forest management and fire prevention in Summit County. KPCW will broadcast the conversation, David Boyle has a preview of the forum:

Park City School Board Announces Interim Superintendent

Apr 18, 2018

The Park City Board of Education announces Parleys Park Principal, David Gomez as the interim superintendent to handle daily leadership duties for the district while Superintendent Ember Conley transitions to her new leadership role in Mesa Arizona. Carolyn Murray has this:

Today's program includes an update from the Park City School District on the superintendent search. The school board announced an interim superintendent to cover academics during the transition to a new leader. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Development Director Ann Laurent preview Thursday's city council meeting.

The Park City Board of Education is ready to tackle the next step in selecting a new school superintendent. A recruiting firm has identified dozens of applicants and now the board will convene a selection committee. Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City Reads is hosting a “Dyslexia Awareness Seminar” this Saturday, April 23. The program will be conducted by Kelli Sandman-Hurley and Tracy Block-Zaretsky from the Dyslexia Training Institute. It's estimated that 20 percent of the U.S. population has some dyslexic function. The seminar will provide information for educators, parents and students who want to know more about what it’s like to struggle with this cognitive learning condition. Carolyn Murray has this:

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