The Annual St. Patrick's Day show is green and fun. Our first holiday guest is Mike From Top Shelf Services, who has a range of drinks, with and without alcohol. Then Chef Mike from Maxwell's leads us down the path of traditional foods to make. Have a fun but safe holiday.
The newest member of the Park City Planning Commission, Clay Stuard, has been around town for a quarter century, and has been involved in community discussion for most of that time. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Summit County Council generally supports giving a $1,000,000 payment to the Park City Peace House, for a transitional housing facility. But the Council put off action for a week, to fine tune the approval. Rick Brough has more.
The Park City School district has a new child nutrition specialist, Elizabeth Strasser. Strasser says with some recent upgrades on school lunch and continual efforts, school lunches are much healthier than the reputation they have. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The deadline to submit comments to the U.S. Forest Service on the proposed Tesoro pipeline is this Monday, March 17th. Given that, the Summit County Council Wednesday reviewed their concerns and comments, and directed their staff to pass those on to the Feds.
Lynn and John start the show with Jonathan Rottenberg, psychologist and author of "The Depths: The Evolutionary Origins of the Depression Epidemic". Rottenberg explains depression in evolutionary terms. In the second half, Mary Hall and the Skeleton Crew from the Lego League. 48 teams, ages 9-14, competed n the 4th annual Utah FIRSTLEGO League, an organization that promotes innovation, science and technology.