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Local News Hour - November 14, 2016

Nov 14, 2016

On today’s program, Leslie speaks with Summit County Planner Ray Milliner to talk about tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda. Superintendent Ember Conley discusses Tuesday’s school board meeting, which includes an update on teacher training for tolerance, early start times and the high school expansion. Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez has details on a new community outreach program on Facebook.

Local News Hour - November 7, 2016

Nov 7, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Superintendent Ember Conley to discuss the Mountain Town School Superintendent Summit held here in Park city a couple of weeks ago. Summit County Health Dept. PIO Derek Siddoway talks about the upcoming meeting to preview the final results of the mental health survey. Summit County Clerk Kent Jones previews tomorrow’s voting. Live PC Give PC Committee Chairman Mike Ruzek has the final tally of last Friday’s Day of Giving.

The Local News Hour - October 31, 2016

Oct 31, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park city School District Superintendent Ember Conley about tomorrow’s work session, Jane Patten, is taking a new job as Peace House as Community Campus Project Director and Ginger Tolman and Sarah Scott with Voterise have details on how to register to vote before the November 8th’ election.

Local News Hour - October 17, 2016

Oct 17, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Public Works Director Blake Fonnesbeck to talk about the delay in implementing the downtown parking plan till next spring. Park City School Superintendent Ember Conley is in studio to talk about tomorrow's school board meeting at 4 pm. Basin Recreation District Director Brian Hanton has this month’s update with a monthly update and Robin Marrouche from Kimball Art Center and filmmaker Thomas Morgan are into talk about his new film A Moving Feast and Marrouche’s recent visit to the refugee camp where it was filmed.

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The Park City Board of Education will further discuss whether the district should implement drug testing for students. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Local News Hour - October 10, 2016

Oct 10, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County planner Amir Caus about tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda. Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley has a preview of Tuesday’s school board work session, including a discussion about drug testing. Park City Education Foundation monthly update with Executive Director Abby McNulty and McPolin Instructional Coach Julie Hastings. They will talk about the new Dyslexia Initiative in the Park City School District.

Park City Police are investigating the deaths of two 13-year-old Treasure Mountain Junior High students.  The deaths occurred in two separate incidents.   Grant Seaver passed away Sunday.  Ryan Ainsworth died Tuesday morning.  Both died at their homes.  Police say there is no imminent threat to student safety.    However, they are issuing a community-wide alert about a synthetic opioid called "pink".   They stress there is no confirmation the drug is connected to the deaths of the two boys.

  On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Municipal Housing Specialist Rhoda Stauffer and Park City Board of Realtors Legislative Committee Chair Melissa Band about the panel discussion on Friday – housing on Summit County: Past, Present and Future. Park City schools open this week and Superintendent Ember Conley says they’re ready and Director of the Basin Recreation Brian Hanton and Bob Radke are in with a monthly update.

Local News Hour - Monday, May 16, 2016

May 16, 2016

    Lynn Ware Peek speaks with Alex Natt of the USSA's BRASS Foundation (8:50), PCSD Superintendent Ember Conley (21:25), Brian Hanton and Bob Radke from Snyderville Basin (38:00), PC Film series Director Katie Wang at (46:35)

A threat made back in October against Park City High School staff has parents today worried and now questioning why they're hearing about this seven months later. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.

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