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The PC MARC’s Intro to Bouldering clinic teaches essential skills for enjoying the vertical world of indoor bouldering. Classes will cover basics like hanging, weighting your feet and flowing movements. The Session runs January 11th to February 1st on Wednesdays, 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. The fee is $40 for the session or $12 for drop in. For more info and to register, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

Take your cycling to the next level this winter by learning how to properly train and fuel to reach your highest potential. Join the PC MARC’s Indoor Cycling Training program led by coach and nutritionist Audrey Lee. Sessions include pre- and post- fitness testing, nutrition analysis and a personalized fueling plan. The first of two sessions will be held January 10th to February 16th on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. Cost is $160 and registration deadline is January 8th. For info and to register, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

Local News Hour - December 13, 2016

Dec 13, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County manager Tom Fisher who previews the agenda for Wednesday's meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has a review of Wednesday’s planning commission meeting, which includes the monthly update on the Treasure project as well as the appeal of his denial for a building permit for a building over an outdoor pool.

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A recent public open house  unveiled a dozen options for new recreational facilities in the City and County. Now, the recreation experts will continue to evaluate and vet the various options for new playing fields, possible aquatics facilities, field houses and parks.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Development Director Pat Putt and Personnel Director Brian Bellamy; Colin Deford, who is running for Summit County Council; Kyle Oram who talks about solar panel installation; and Rick Rea, Artistic Director of Ziegfeld Theatre Company about Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

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On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Manager Tom Fisher, Park City Planners Francisco Astorga and Kirsten Whetstone, Dondee Sherer-Lykes and Gina Van Luven and Historic Park City Alliance Director Alison Butz.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Mary Christa Smith and Matt Abbot with Summit Community Power Works about the most recent rankings that show Summit County in 6th place for the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize. Later, Tom Kelly with USSA has a weekly update. Park city Magazin Editor Melissa Fields and Contributor Tom Clyde highlight the new winter edition and PC MARC's Karen Yocum has a rundown of winter programs.

On today's program, Summit County Planning and Zoning Administrator Peter Barnes discusses the proposed code changes for the east side of the county. Park City planners review the agenda for Tuesday's planning commission meeting. The PC MARC Wellness Coordinator Dondea Sherer=Lykes talks about Wednesday's free Lunch and Learn topic with guest Erin Kay.

On today's program, Park City Planners Francisco Astorga and Anya Grahn review the agenda for Wednesday's Planning Commission meeting. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher talks about the 2016 budget. Dondee Shearer-Lykes has information abut this week's PC MARC Fight Week, Paul Putnam has information about an athletic recruiting meeting on Monday and Laurie Moldawer talks about a new way to fund tuition at the Park City Culinary Institute.

Rocky Mtn Power Slow to Hook up Large Solar Projects

Oct 12, 2015
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There are two massive solar energy installations in Summit County – one at the PC MARC, the other at the Summit County Justice Center  - that were completed months before they could be hooked up to the grid. It has questions that could complicate the relationship between Rocky Mountain Power and solar companies and their clients. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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