Myles Rademan

Pretty much everyone in our mountainous region knows that the 23rd Winter Olympics launch next week in Pyeongchang, South Korea.  But if you're one of the many who have never heard the story of how the Olympics came to Utah in 2002, you might want to attend a free presentation on the topic next Monday evening at the Jim Santy Auditorium.  Rick Brough has details:

Evelyn Lees checks in with today’s Utah avalanche forecast. Julie Eihausen of the Park City Board of Education talks about her time on the board as well as her early departure from the position.  Park City Manager Diane Foster and Mayor Andy Beerman preview the agenda for Thursday's City Council meeting.  And Myles Rademan, founder of Leadership Park City, sets us up for the Olympic Experience on Monday at Santy Auditorium as well as next Wednesday's Leadership 101 program.

On today’s program Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Park City Council member Tim Henney has details on last night's meeting. Tracy Sjostrom, Principal of the Park City Learning Center discusses curriculum changes, mentoring programs and a possible name change for the District’s at-risk high school students and founder of Leadership Park City Myles Rademan with details on how to register for Class 24.

Applications are being accepted for Class 24 of Park City's Leadership program. Rick Brough has more.

On t today’s program, Kathy Donnell - Park Naturalist with Utah State Parks has her monthly update on our local State Parks. Mountain Lands Community Housing Trust Executive Director Scott Loomis has details about the lottery for affordable housing and what people who didn't qualify this time can do to qualify for the next set of homes. Fairweather Foods owner Jen Rattray is celebrating the store's 25thanniversary. In studio.

Local News Hour - February 1, 2017

Feb 1, 2017

On today’s program,  Park City School District Special Education Director Jennifer Slade talks about her new job and what she hopes to accomplish with news that the school district is not in compliance with federal law.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher has a farewell interview the outgoing director of Snyderville Basin Recreation; Summit County Clerk Kent Jones reviews the process for filing for office; Park City Mayor Jack Thomas has a recap of the city council retreat so far; Charlie Matthews talks about his new role as Park City School District's STEM Program Coordinator and Leadership Park City Myles Rademan has details about Monday's Women in Leadership Forum.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong about the  Summit County Fair and Tuesday's EPA meeting. Gary Marx, the President for the Center of Public Outreach will be the guest speaker at Monday's Community Conversation. Park City Leadership Founder Myles Rademan has details on the pending deadline to register for Class 22 and Ski Utah Director Nathan Rafferty promotes the #100DaystoWinter celebration on Friday at the Utah Olympic Park.

In a sold-out event, the Park City Area Lodging Association handed out its first ever Black Diamond Awards Wednesday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Tom Kelly

Park City Rotary has presented its annual Professional Citizen of the Year Award to Mike Luers, director of the Snyderville Basin Water Rreclamation District. 

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