Monika Guendner

Marketing Director & Volunteer Wrangler

Monika came on board with KPCW in 2011 as a sales associate in Underwriting and Fundraising, but that was after nine years as a volunteer DJ, and most of them as a co-host of the KPCW Classifieds Show.

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Originally aired April 15, 2013.

Park City’s three local resorts – Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons closed for the season on Sunday – just in time for a spring snowstorm.  KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

Originally aired April 11, 2013.

Canyons Resort is asking Summit County for an extension of time to complete its golf course, which is supposed to be finished by this September. County Manager Bob Jasper says the resort is asking for another year to finish the project.

Local mother promotes bone marrow donor drive with free public service announcements on KPCW to find a match for son.

180+ people show up for the event. News on a match for son and another local in need  a month later.

August 26-30, 2013.

KPCW joined its online auction with the Pledge Drive, so now you have the option of bidding on unique items while supporting your local public radio station.

Here's all the ways to have fun with the online auction:

Donate an item to the auction and get National attention.

National Attention.

Find out what businesses in and outside of Park City, Utah have donated.

State Liquor Stores are closed for a holiday.

 KPCW airs this as a public service announcement.

Premiered June 13, 2013

Do you know who brought celebrities and literati to Park City decades before Robert Redford did?

This is Hope Woodside with your weekly Park City History Bit.

Exotic dancer Shirley Price, known as “The Duchess”, arrived in Park City in the 1960s after leaving Hawaii and Las Vegas, and made the town her home and stage. She performed her illustrious act at the C’est Bon, located where the Sweetwater Lift Lodge now stands, and the Ore Haus, which stood at 1410 Empire Avenue.

Did you know you would have been pitied if you told folks you lived in Park City in the 19th century?

This is Bill Redeker with your weekly Park City History Bit.

 

What do the movie Citizen Kane and Park City have in common?

Park City shares part of its origin story with newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst – whom many people also believe the movie Citizen Kane is based on. Hearst’s father George Hearst was in Park City in 1872, when he met four men working a mining claim, and bought it for $27,000.

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