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As Click and Clack from NPR’s Car Talk announce their retirement from recording new shows, KPCW staffer Monika Guendner uses this week’s installment of Tales From the Wasatch Back to muse on how a chance encounter with vehicle and its owner could be credited with her start in radio.
No one tells better fishing tales than David Bullock. in our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, avid tells the story of how at 4 years 0ld he caught a fish that became his pet.
Summer’s almost here and summer means music outdoors – sitting out under the warm summer sky with great music and even better friends. In our continuing series, “Tales from the Wasatch Back”, Lynn Ware Peek replays her summer concert 35 tears ago that came alive again last year.
Wandering around the West gives us a glimpse of things not experienced anywhere else. In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, Bruce Rogers explores one of those things – the “Ranch Exit”.
We’d likely all agree that this winter season has been a strange one to say the least. In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, Lynn Ware Peek explores the memorable winter.
Life is always accompanied by twists, turns and surprises. In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, Lynn Ware Peek talks about when the big surprise is small, but means big things.
For Derek Parra, winning Olympic Gold in the 2002 Olympic Winter games was beyond his wildest dreams. But as he explores in our commemorative series, Olympic Tales of the Wasatch Back, the significance of the Games went much deeper than even gold. Derek is a Gold and Silver medalist in the 2002 Winter Games.
During the 2002 Winter Olympics, tens of thousands of staff and volunteers witnessed Olympic History. In our continuing series, Olympic Tales from the Wasatch Back, local Michelle Palmer talks about her experience standing on the sidelines of the snowboard half pipe events.
In our commemorative tribute, Olympic Tales from the Wasatch Back, John Rosen talks about his excitement standing along the wall of the Bobsled track, officiating the event and witnessing Olympic Glory.
In commemoration of the 10 year anniversary of the 2002 Winter Olympic games, during the month of February our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, will feature stories from the memories created by those games. In this installment local Jill Orschel recounts her story of how she reached Olympic gold in the sport of…pin trading.