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Local News Hour - July 31, 2017

Jul 31, 2017

On today’s program, Pat Vaughn, Colleen Bonner and Celeste Johnson - the three Midway Mayoral candidates competing in the August 15th primary. They discuss their involvement in politics, how it’s come to having three women running for the office, what their positions are and how they differ. Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley previews tomorrow's school board meeting.

Utah's 2002 Olympic venues will play a key role in determining the first skiing athletes nominated to the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team to compete in PyeongChang, South Korea. Rick Brough has more.

Keefe Pulley

With the sale of Park City Television to Deerfield Media, the station has a new manager with experience in Salt Lake television. However, Keefe Pulley isn't a stranger to the offices at PCTV. Rick Brough has more.

Teen Council Teaches Teens about Teenage Issues

Jul 28, 2017
Planned Parenthood-Teen Council

The fourth year of the Planned Parenthood Teen Council kicks off with a student retreat next month.  The students, once trained in this program, become a resource for other young people who want information about reproductive health, contraception and healthy relationships. Carolyn Murray has more. 

Melissa Allison

The plastic bag ban in Park City went into effect June 25 and according to city staff – it’s been a great success. Not so says one KPCW caller. According to her – there are plenty of locals not happy about the ban, so KPCW’s Melissa Allison looked into it.

Planned Parenthood...Plans a Hike

Jul 28, 2017
Daily Herald

After the outpouring of support for the Women’s March on Main Street last winter, the Planned Parenthood of Utah Board wants to coalesce that local energy. They’re starting with an organized hike happening on Sunday. Carolyn Murray has more. 

Empire Lodge Parking Lot Closes Next week

Jul 28, 2017
Empire Lodge Web site

Parking at the Empire Lodge parking lot closes down next week.  Kpcw’s Carolyn Murray has more. 

Local News Hour - July 28, 2017

Jul 28, 2017

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Tania Knauer, Deanna Rhodes and Ruth Silverstein with Planned Parenthood of Utah have details about Sunday's hike, the Wasatch and Summit county Teen Council and "The Art of Safe Sex" an upcoming fundraise in October. Park City Planning Commissioner Preston Campbell recaps Wednesday's meeting and the New General Manager of Park City Television, Keefe Pulley, has details about the recent sale of the station to Deerfield Media Group and the future of PCTV.

On today’s show, Jude Robinson and guest co-host Bob Hendricks talk with Amy McDonald, Artistic Director Of the Kimball Art Center and Jenifer Worsley, one of the artist showing her work during the Kimball Arts Festival August 4 thru 6. Then, they welcome Travis English who tells of all the events during the Summit County Fair.  Connie Nelson from Sunrise Rotary talks about the third annual Tour de Sunrise family fun walk, run and ride Saturday, August 12 in Coalville. Music guests are Tony Holiday and the Velvetones.

Under new ownership with Deerfield Media, Park City Television will have some familiar elements and some new items moving forward. And while Deerfield is tied in other locations to the controversial media conglomerate Sinclair Broadcasting, PCTV's new manager said that's not the case here. Rick Brough has more.

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