The People’s Health Center is celebrating this week with the news that they received a $2500 grant from the insurance carrier SelectHealth. Health Center director Nann Worrell said with that, they will be able to provide glasses for 100 youngsters who don’t have insurance. Rick Brough has more.
The Wasatch Back has avoided being ranked right at the bottom. But the study said that Park City is the fourth worst city, looking at crashes per population. Wasatch County is the fifth worst driving county, and Summit ranks as the 10th worst. Rick Brough has more.
A Pennsylvania hair stylist who won the HGTV Dream Home in Midway, today was handed the keys to her new house. KPCW’s Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Spring means that it’s the birthing season for migrating animals, so the Wildlife Protection Society is advising motorists and trail users to be extra careful. Rick Brough has more.
The City Planning Commission met last night to look again at the proposed Raleigh Movie Studio, this time to determine whether the project meets the city’s general plan. KPCW’s Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Tyler and Brian give us an update about a new city program to help us reduce our energy consumption in town. You can find more info on their website: http://parkcitygreen.org/LowCarbonDiet.aspx
Summit County officials aren’t going to lose any sleep worrying about the spring run-off season
But instead of floods, now they have a concern over fires. Public Works Director Kevin Callahan
says that with the dry conditions and winds, it’s looking like a long fire season. Rick Brough has
The annual Park City Road Tour is headed this year for Las Vegas, Nevada, with a stopover at
Brian Head, Utah.
And despite what nay-sayers might argue, trip organizer Myles Rademan says that Parkites can
learn some lessons from Vegas about reviving a downtown and diversifying a city’s economy. Rick
Brough has more.
The termination of one of Park City’s Midwives from the Specialty Clinic located at Park City
Medical Center has members of the community working to figure out how she can be reinstated.
KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.