Lynn Ware Peek

City & Education Reporter

When it comes to Park City meetings and events, as well as education issues for the entire Summit County, Lynn Ware Peek has it covered. Joining the station in 2012, makes her the ‘cub reporter’ of the KPCW news team, but far from green. Her natural curiosity and strong roots in the community give her the advantages she needs to get the scoop on the local news.

She also co-hosts two of KPCW’s Public Affairs Hour shows, The Mountain Life on health and lifestyle on Wednesdays and Cool Science Radio, tackling science and technology  every Thursday.

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Transportation
12:38 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Just Leave The Car At Home

Credit Sundance Institute

With at least 14 additional busses - sometimes more - running throughout the Sundance Film Festival, you'll never have to get in a car - nor should you, especially with additional parking restrictions around town. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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USSA PSA
8:45 am
Tue January 14, 2014

3-D Signs Target Underage Drinking

The 3-D signs, waiting to be mounted on the wall of the Swede Alley State Liquor Store.

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, along with Parents Empowered, have rolled out a publicity campaign to eliminate the target: underage drinking. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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Library Renovations
2:25 pm
Fri January 10, 2014

City Council Agrees to Move Ahead with 21st Century Library Renovation

After delving into the idea of building an entirely new library in Park City, the city council agreed that keeping the library in the Carl Winters Building and renovating that historic building is more of a priority for the community. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

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School Budget
1:50 pm
Thu January 9, 2014

Park City School Board Grappling with Deficits in Budget

The Park City School board is again grappling with deficits in its budget. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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Library Site Alternatives
1:37 pm
Thu January 9, 2014

Plans Scrutinized For 21st Century Library

The plans for bringing Park City residents a "21st century" library are being scrutinized as the city council considers whether the price tag for building an entirely new building is more feasible than updating and greening the current library, a 20th century building. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

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