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Park City Rotary Club

The Park City Rotary Club on Tuesday gave its Professional Citizen of the Year Award to one of KPCW's own - the woman who has been waking up the town for 21 years. The honor went to Leslie Thatcher, KPCW News Director, lead news anchor and longtime morning program host. Rick Brough has more.

After nearly 36 years, KPCW changed its position on the radio dial - a little anyway. Wednesday we celebrated, since KPCW changed from 91.9 tp 01.7. Rick Brough has more.

KPCW Is Moving to 91.7

May 24, 2016
Monika Guendner / KPCW

Wednesday, June 1 at 9:17AM, KPCW will move from its long-time frequency home at 91.9FM to the new neighboring frequency 91.7.

courtesy Running With Ed / Park City Education Foundation

KPCW joins Running With Ed, the annual race and fundraiser for the Park City Education Foundation, Saturday, May 21. 7 to 9AM - The KPCW Classifieds Show broadcasts LIVE from the start line of Running With Ed. 9 to 11AM - KPCW staffs the water station on the run up to the Olympic Park. We'll have music, fun and water (natch) 12:30 to 4PM - KPCW staffs a table at the Finish Line Party. Stop by, say hi and grab some swag! As Fast As They Can - The KPCW Broadcasters Club team will be running the...

Larry Warren / KPCW

KPCW , Park City’s community radio station since 1980, began its long awaited power upgrade and signal move. The station’s main transmitter site on Quarry Mountain will increase its power output from 250 watts to 1,800 watts, giving it a wider reach with a stereo signal. In conjunction with the power upgrade, KPCW also plans to move down the dial from 91.9 FM to 91.7 FM. The station expects that frequency move to take place June 1, pending FCC approval of the signal testing, which will begin...

courtesy Park City Leadership

Tonight's forum on Women in Leadership features KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher as the moderator. Panelists include: Joy Barrett , former owner of The Expanding Heart Beth Lohman , Vail Resorts, Senior Director of Finance, Park City Mountain Mary Beth Maziarz , Musician, author & lecturer Donna McAleer , former candidate for U.S. House of Representatives Nan Chalat Noaker , Editor, The Park Record Liza Simpson , former Park City Council member & business woman Hour 1 Hour 2 Live...

courtesy Park City Leadership

Join the 22nd annual Community Leadership Forum: this year featuring Women in Leadership , on Monday, March 14, at 7:00 PM at the Park City Library’s Jim Santy Auditorium. KPCW’s own Leslie Thatcher will moderate a diverse panel of six exceedingly accomplished women as they discuss the dramatically changing role of female leaders in the 21st Century. This is a free event open to the public and will be broadcast LIVE here on KPCW. Panelists will include: Joy Barrett, former owner of The...

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Check out the new KPCW app! Find all your favorite content: Lost & Found, Local News, Live Streaming and NPR programs Download here: Google Play Apple Store The KPCW Public Radio App allows you to listen to KPCW , pause and rewind the live audio, and view the program schedule all at once! You can explore On Demand content, search for programs, bookmark a program for later, and wake up to KPCW with the alarm clock. Live Streaming DVR-like controls (pause, rewind, and fast forward). You can...

KPCW Joins Chairs For Charity

Dec 5, 2015
courtesy Malia Denali

Park City's EpicPromise Chairs for Charity event takes place at the Kimball Art Center December 8 – 10. What is Chairs for Charity? When Park City took down the Motherlode chair lift this summer, they kept a few chairs to help support local nonprofits. Over the last several weeks, 18 Park City nonprofits, including KPCW , have teamed up with local artists to create a work of art out of their chair. All of the chairs will be auctioned off at a private event on December 10. KPCW's artists are...

Old Motherlode Chairs Become Art

Dec 4, 2015
KPCW

Local artists Bill Kranstover and Malia Denali are busy putting the final touches on two of the old Motherlode Chairs, after turning them into pieces of art for the for Chairs for Charity event next week. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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