In this edition of Mountain Money, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Adrian Gostick, author of What Motivates Me. Next, Tod Mark, Senior Editor of Consumer Reports, talks about How America Shops Now. Lastly, Patty Connor, Director Utah Health Exchange is interviewed.
Wasatch County voters are being asked whether they support a $24 million bond to build a new aquatic center and out door fields to meet the ever-increase growth. One resident, however, says it just doesn't make good economic sense. Leslie Thatcher reports.
Wasatch County voters are being asked to decide whether to raise their taxes to pay for a new aquatic center and recreation fields. The county's recreation director says he's out of room in both the pool and on the turf. Leslie Thatcher has more.
In this special Halloween edition of The Morning Mix John and Peg welcome KPCW Program Director Andy Martin to talk about new music on the station. Also Veronica Vasquez and Jenny Skoy from The Leonardo tell us about Bodyworlds - The Cycle of Life exhibit, currently playing at science museum. Then Dr. Doug Smith, Chief of Medical for Arches Health Plan, talks about anatomical means for the lay person in the scientific and medical community.
The Summit County Republican party is taking advantage of an error made by Summit County Clerk Kent Jones to drum up support for their candidate, Nick Coleman. Meanwhile, the Summit County Attorney's Office remains confident that the issue is a non-starter. Leslie Thatcher has more.
Hosts John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek speak with paraplegic Dustin Shillcox who, thanks to his involvement in a study in which an electrical epidural stimulator was surgically implanted on his spine, now has regained control to voluntarily move his legs, hips and toes and has restored bladder, bowel, and sexual function.