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As Park City scrambles to come up with $13 million to close on the sale of Bonanza Flat, questions of why the price tag is so high - and will the property continue to be used as it is today - are starting to percolate. Leslie Thatcher has more.

  On today’s program, Summit County planners Tiffany Robinson and Ray Milliner discuss tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda. Logan School District Superintendent, Frank Schofield discusses the later start time changes their school district will implement in Fall 2017. Artistic Director for RDT – Repertory Dance Theater - Linda Smith talks  about the performances later this week at the Egyptian Theater and Tom Clyde - co-writer and emcee of the Park City Follies which open next week at the Egyptian Theater.

Mountain Money - April 10, 2017

Apr 10, 2017

Larry and Doug welcome attorney turned entrepreneur, Doug Schulof, author of Dogs, Dog Food and Dogma. The second guest is Utah Representative Kim Coleman talking on the decision of the State Supreme Court to deny the automaker, Tesla, a license to sell cars in Utah. Then Suni  Woolstenhume  dropped by the talk about her store, Oil and Vinegar, located in Kimball Junction. 

PCSD Uses New Texting Tool to Communicate About Bond

Apr 7, 2017

As the Park City School District proceeds with the November 2017 bond initiative, a new texting program will give district administration the ability to engage instantly with the public. They’ll be able to take comments and answer questions immediately.    Carolyn Murray has more. 

Trailside Students Meditating

Breathing, visualization, active listening and some yoga poses are part of the Trailside Elementary School Mindfulness Pilot Program .It’s held weekly for about 20 minutes per grade level and it’s funded by a grant from the Park City Ed Foundation.  Carolyn Murray visited the school and has this:

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The new version of Beauty and the Beast is a more a beauty than it is a beast. That's the word from Libby Wadman who has this week's Friday Film Review.

Morning Mix - April 7, 2017

Apr 7, 2017

John and Christie welcome today’s musical guest, Jordan Young of Candy’s River House, who performs live in studio.  Then Jimmy Carter, the original founding member of Blind Boys of Alabama, drops by to visit. The Blind Boys of Alabama are appearing this weekend at the Egyptian Theatre.  The final guest of the program is Jocelyn Scudder from the Kimball Art Center.

On today’s program, Erin Ferguson with Save People Save Wildlife and John Montoya UDOT project manager, discuss the UDOT open house at Jeremy Ranch Elementary next week.  Utah Snow Supervisor with the Natural Resources Conservation Service In Salt Lake, Randy Julander discusses the most recent Climate and Water Report.  Park City School District Communications Specialist Molly Miller and CEO of Atlas RTX Bassam Salem discuss the 2-way community engagement platform the school district plans to use to provide information to the public regarding the school bond.

Planned Parenthood Realizes Small Successes

Apr 6, 2017

On a national level, Planned Parenthood funding is under threat from congress and the administration.  Utah State statute limits the teaching of contraception in the public schools. Yet, even with these obstacles, there are still programs they provide that help many people.  Carolyn Murray has more on this:

Teens Teach Teens About Healthy Behaviors

Apr 6, 2017

The Wasatch and Summit County Teen Council is offering a series of sexual health education classes at the Park City Library. They cover a broad array of issues over 4 class times and it’s all done in a peer to peer education environment.  Carolyn Murray has more on this:

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