Three events take place Monday, May 27 in Summit and Wasatch Counties to commemorate fallen veterans on Memorial Day.
Taking a trip back to the Flapper Era, with a backdrop of hip-hop, director Baz Luhrmann brings F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” to the big screen one more time. Linda Jager has the Friday Film Review.
Nearly 70 students from schools in Summit and Wasatch counties competed in Thursday’s 7th annual Spelling Bee. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher – one of the emcee’s of the event – has this report.
The Park City Board of Education has set a public meeting for Friday morning to tentatively approve an agreement with its teachers. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
The Heber Valley has plans to inspire its youth to unplug from technology and reconnect with the great outdoors this summer. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The relocation of the Rocky Mountain Power substation drew mostly criticism and little praise from the public at Park City Council’s recent work session. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
A former Park City police officer is behind bars – charged for stealing money from the police evidence room as well as a non-profit that buys Christmas presents for kids. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
Summit County Manager Bob Jasper talks about granting Canyons Resort a year’s extension on finishing their golf course and his selection of a new permanent Development Director. Rick Brough has more.
America’s rivers – controlled by dams, levees and dredging – at what cost? Amy Mills reviews Daniel McCool’s latest book, “River Republic: The Fall and Rise of America’s Rivers.”