Park City Rotary

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Everything on this tree is natural: the tree bark, the grasses, the ornaments, even the recycled plastic balls.  KPCW is an unique and natural fit to the community, hence our playful “All things natural and Park City unique” décor. 

The purchase of this tree includes a one-year membership to the KPCW Broadcasters Club Silver Level.

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The two candidates running for House District 54 appeared before Park City Rotary on Tuesday. The incumbent Republican Kraig Powell and his Democratic challenger Glenn Wright traded opinions on education funding, the environment and public lands. Rick Brough has more.

  Park City is celebrating Miners Day for the 117th year. The festivities on Monday have some traditional and some new elements. Rick Brough has more.

Tom Kelly

On Tuesday, Park City Rotary presented its annual Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award to Bruce Erickson, whose activities include helping the Glenwood cemetery Association, volunteering for Recycle Utah and serving many years on the City Planning Commission.

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. 

Salt Lake Tribune

If there's one word to sum up the future of the Salt Lake Tribune and the newspaper industry, it would be "unknown", according to Terry Orme, editor and publisher of the paper.

But speaking at Tuesday's Park City Rotary Club luncheon, Orme said it's likely that the future Tribune will be primarily an online news source. Rick Brough has more.

The Park City Rotary Club is looking for a good home for a big rock. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher explains.

Tom Kelley

Park City Rotary Club honored Park City School Board chairman Mo Hickey, and Sister Mary Anne Pajakoski, from Holy Cross Ministries, as their Citizens of the Year. Rick Brough has more.