Jon Henry

The surviving family of a laborer, who died last winter when he was struck by a massive ice slab falling from a roof, have filed suit against the property managers and the owner of the building where he was working. Rick Brough has more.

Park City Man Succumbs to Injuries from Falling Ice

Feb 6, 2017
Photo courtesy of Go Fund Me Page

A 50 year old Midway  man died of injuries sustained  by a falling block of roof ice while washing windows at a property on Woodside Avenue.  The man died a day after undergoing surgery.  Jon Henry was a frequent contributor to KPCW’s “Tales from the Wasatch Back."  KPCW’s Carolyn Murray has the story on this tragic accident. 

  This morning we are first joined by Jon Henry from the Park City Toastmasters Club to talk about a Taste of Toastmasters workshops coming up on February 13th at the Park City Library. 

Then we talk with Ann Bloomquist and Laurel Bartmess about Park City EATS (Eat Awesome Things at School) when they talk about what's next for revolutionizing the school lunch program - from "ready-to-heat" foods to preparing on-site whole food.

During the Local News Hour, we speak with Century Link about their 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) speeds.  Then Travis English who gives a review of the Summit County Fair, Rory Murphy, Park City Council candidate, and Jon Henry who talk about the Youth Speak Competition on Monday. 

Poor communication is one of the main reasons people don't find advancement in their professional world. The public speaking group Park City Toastmasters invites anyone interested in speaking and communication more clearly to an open house, Tuesday, March 11 at 7 AM. Lynn Ware Peek has more.