The Park City High School Miners Mountain Biking will head to St. George on Oct. 25 to compete in the state championships. The team has already experienced great success, typically placing first at each of the races. But, they say, it's not all about winning - the team and social aspect along with volunteerism is of equal importance. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
How parents talk to their teens and how teens talk to their friends about the challenges of life - from mental wellness to substance abuse to bullying - are all topics that will addressed at a seminar on October 1 and 2 at Park City High School. Lynn ware Peek has more.
On Wednesday, 10 Park City High School senior boys will be strutting their stuff - vying for the coveted title of Mr. Miner - and helping to send the high school dance company to New York City. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
In this edition of The Morning Mix, John Wells and Peggy Ijams talk with Derryl Yeager from Odyssey Dance Theater about their upcoming show “Thriller”. They also interview Lisa Schneider (executive director) and Shirley Wright (board member), of Habitat for Humanity about the Overall Ball gala October 4. Plus upcoming weekend events in Park City and Heber, and high school sports in Park City.
Hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson kicked of this episode with a conversation about Engineers Without Borders. Jessica Karz, a Park City High School graduate and Chemical Engineering major at Montana State University, joined the show to talk about her month spent working on a drinking water project in Kenya. Amy Roberts of Park City Medical Center and John Nuffer from Falling Water, Inc. then stopped in for an update about the community garden located at the medical center.