As 30 women made their Olympic debut in last Tuesday's ski jumping competition, one Park City resident who helped make that happen breathed a sigh of relief. And now she has her sights set on opening the large hill to women too. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.
If you don't want your child to go without lunch while at school, keep their account somewhat current. Because as it turns out, even in Park City, a student can be refused lunch. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Spoiler Alert: While the US Shaun White was left off the podium in last Tuesday's snowboard half-pipe, he can cheer for his female counterparts who make it in a big way onto the podium. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Athletic Competition is not just about the thrill of victory, but the agony of defeat - especially in the Olympic Games. USSA spokesman Tom Kelly said that was brought home in the competition on Tuesday in Sochi, Russia. Rick Brough has more.
While last Tuesday was a bitterly disappointing day for the U.S. in several categories, the silver lining was the first-ever competition in a Winter Olympics for women's ski jumping. Rick Brough has more.
Chris and Nell's first guest is Brent Giles, Chief Sustainability Officerfor Powder Corp, which includes Park City Mountain Resort. Brent will talk about "Protect Your Playground" a contest soliciting ideas from individuals on how to protect your natural surroundings and playgrounds, and how that idea could win you up to $2500! Their second guest, Kevin Emersen, Senior Policy and Regulatory Associate with Utah Clean Energy, provides an update on all those clean air bills being considered by the state legislature.
Women ski jumpers from around the world soared into the history books last Tuesday in Sochi and Park City's own Olympic jumpers were smiling along with the rest of the 30 jumpers. Lynn Ware Peek has more.