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On Wednesday, the Wasatch County Council reversed its stance and has now agreed to financially support Park City's effort to Save Bonanza Flat. Leslie Thatcher has more.

This morning’s musical guest is Courtney Spaulding  who is a Park City local and member of Troubled Youth Blues Band. She will be performing in studio. Guest number two is Steve Auerbach from Music Garage. He will be talking about auditions for Troubled Youth Blues Band.  Final segment of the program is an update on the Park City Follies April 20th through 30th at the Egyptian Theatre . Hunt Williams  and Jen Hardman are in studio.

Local News Hour - April 14, 2017

Apr 14, 2017

On today’s program, Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has his monthly update of "What's That with Pat” – a look at the development projects planned and on-going in Summit County. Park City Council member Tim Henney discusses last night's meeting and Park City Museum Director Sandra Morrison discusses the free day coming up on Monday and a new traveling exhibit about prohibition.

John’s first guest is Dr. Andrew Shapiro, the manager of early stage innovation for the Space Technology Office at Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He talked with him about current projects and managing a lab where ideas become concepts, possibly projects and even part of a mission for robotic and manned space exploration.The 2nd guest this morning is Bill Andrews who is the Senior Associate Editor for Discover Magazine. John talks with Bill about what’s new in the world of Googles AI Machine.

Local News Hour - April 13, 2107

Apr 13, 2017

On today’s program, Park City Planning Commissioner Steve Joyce discusses Wednesday's meeting. Dixon Resources Unlimited Principal Julie Dixon and Park City Parking and Fleet Manager, Kinzie Coulson  talk about the $2.6 million dollar Parking Management Solution, it's implementation and outreach and she follows up on yesterday’s parking meeting. Basket Weaver Stephanie Wood and Kimball Art Center Education Specialist Jocelyn Scudder talk about the upcoming visiting artist workshops and Youth Sports Report monthly update.

On today’s program, Snyderville Planning Chairwoman Bea Peck discusses Tuesday’s meeting. President of Park City Women's Business Network Kathleen Barlow joins Kirsten Fox who was named as this year’s Business Woman of the Year Kristen Fox.

A member of the Wasatch County Council is asking his colleagues to consider a contribution to save Bonanza Flat – the nearly 14-hundred acres that are in Wasatch County and Park City is hoping to purchase.  In a tweet on April 7, Wasatch County Council member Danny Goode gave his followers a heads up that the request would be on the agenda for April 12th. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

Colson Whitehead's award-winning novel The Underground Railroad brings pre-Civil War history to life through the flight toward freedom of a young runaway slave. Julie Crittenden has this month's book review.

Katy Wang, Executive Director of the Park City Film Series, joins Chris and Nell to discuss several environmental documentaries being shown during the month of April.  They include “Tomorrow” and “Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman”.  Chris and Nell also discuss Rocky Mountain Powers plan to build a 1,100 megawatt wind farm in Southeastern Wyoming. 

On today’s program, Summit County Animal Control Director Clay Coleman discusses the warmer weather which means more dogs running off leash. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson previews Wednesday's Park City Planning Commission agenda and Molly Brooks  from Recycle Utah is this month's guest at tomorrow’s free Lunch and Learn at the PC MARC.

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