There have been headlines in Salt Lake, and protests, after a Salt Lake City police officer shot a dog he claimed was threatening, while the officer was conducting a yard to yard search for a missing child. Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter and Sheriff Dave Edmunds said the case is certainly cause for reflection for them and their officers. Rick Brough has more.
After 18 years, the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association is under new leadership and that means a different way of doing things. And for new leader Tiger Shaw, it means going back to the basics. KCPW's Leslie Thatcher has the report.
Summit County Sheriff Dave Edmunds says that he hasn't been affected much by the Rainbow Family Gathering near Heber City. But he remembers the Rainbow event that took place in his jurisdiction, his first year as Sheriff in 2003. Rick Brough has more.
First up on today's show, Insa Repien, Executive Director of Recycle Utah, joined the show to discuss renewable energy, solid waste issues and the anti-idling ordinance. Park City Silly Market also dropped by for an update on their Zero Waste program.
In Wasatch County, the corn isn't usually as high as an elephant's eye. But it will be the next couple of weeks, as the musical "Oklahoma!" is presented by the High Valley Arts Outdoor Theater of Midway. Rick Brough has more.
The Utah Department of Alcohol Beverage Control Commission, or UDABC, has come under fire for its interpretation and enforcement of vague state laws. One commissioner, however, says the state should issue more liquor licenses, which could help stop the troublesome run-around of getting single event permits. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome David Bradford, ex-CEO of Fusion-io and Hirevue, author of Up Your Game: 6 Timeless Principles for Networking Your Way to the Top. Cheleste Devereraux of Lunch Box also dropped by to talk about the services offered at the salon. Larry and John finished up the show with a conversation with Vicki Varela, managing director of Utah Office of Tourism.
The county's Mountain Regional Water District has some changes coming up in the near future for its rates, impact fees and its connections to other systems under the year old Snyderville Water Compact. Rick Brough has more.