Technology
2:43 pm
Thu April 24, 2014

Cool Science Radio - April 24, 2014

Lynn and John talk to Tom Chiller, epidemiologist for the Center for Disease Control, about Valley Fever. Most cases occur in people who live in or travel to the southwestern United States. Then, Dr. Peter Squire, researcher at Office of Naval Research. Navy researchers what to know if those facing the unexpected in the heat of battle can be trained to guess right more often than not.

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every other Saturday, 1-4PM

Healthy Lifestyle
12:22 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

The Mountain Life - April 23, 2014

In an active and  aging community like the one we live in, the health of our joints is really a top priority.  We speak with Dr. Phil Davidson, a surgeon in the Heiden Davidson Orthopedic office in Park City. He’ll join us to talk about some of the ongoing practices that give longer life to our weary and overused joints. Then, we’ll talk about Essentialism  - what do real really need in our lives to thrive.  Greg McKeown is a blogger for the Harvard Business Review and speaks all over the world.   We’ll talk to him about his new book, Essentialism:  The Discipline Pursuit of Less.

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Breaking
9:56 am
Wed April 23, 2014

Rolling Blackouts In Summit County

Submitted by Rock Mountain Power

Update:

Wednesday 12:15 p.m.

Rotating outages in Summit County have concluded

Wednesday 9:30 a.m. update

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Kevin Kniestedt became the host of Morning Edition on WFAE in September of 2013. Prior to that, he spent twelve years in public radio in Seattle/Tacoma and Spokane, Washington, where you could find him on the air just about any random hour of the day. Kevin has spent time hosting both news and music, has interviewed the likes of Dr. John, Chick Corea, and Branford Marsalis, and has authored the list 1,000 Jazz Albums You Should Hear Before You Die. Kevin is also a huge sports fan, loves a good film festival, and can often be found indulging on a massive plate of nachos.

Park City History
3:30 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Park City History Bits - December 19, 2013

Did you know Park City’s own Little Train That Could, could for about nine years?

This is Mark Eaton with your weekly Park City History Bit.

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Poor Buckley
2:13 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Dog Protecting Family Vs Moose Protecting Young

Buckley Shoaf and his injured leg.
Credit Carrie Shoaf

It's that time of year - when the mama moose are very protective of their babies and as one Park Meadows family learned the hard way - the moose usually win. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.

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PSA - Program
1:05 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Another Way School Summer Camps

Another Way School offers summer camps June 9-August 1 for children ages 4-12. Camps include Equestrian, Reading, Art, Gardening and Cooking. Every camper will have the opportunity to ride horses in a private lesson setting. More info on each camp is available on anotherwayschool.org or contact via email or phone: info@anotherwayschool.org or 435.615.1429.

Environment
12:42 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

This Green Earth - April 22, 2014

In honor of Earth Day, This Green Earth looks at environmental stewardship in terms of acts, educationand advocacy.  First, Dee Williams discusses the growing "tiny house" movement in the U.S. and why she enjoys living in an 84 square foot house.   Then Lisa Schneider of Habitat for Humanity comes on to talk about their latest LEED certified home, and finally Brent Giles from POWDR Corporation stops by to announce the winners of "Protect Your Playground".

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Anya Kamenetz is NPR's lead education blogger. She joined NPR in 2014, working as part of a new initiative to coordinate on-air and online coverage of learning.

Kamenetz is the author of several books about the future of education. Generation Debt (Riverhead, 2006), dealt with youth economics and politics; DIY U: Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming Transformation of Higher Education (Chelsea Green, 2010), investigated innovations to address the crises in cost, access, and quality in higher education. Her forthcoming book, The Test (PublicAffairs, 2015), is about the past, present and future of testing in American schools.

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