Peter Baxter

Local News Hour - January 3, 2018

Jan 3, 2018

On today’s program Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Drew Hardesty has an update on the avalanche danger and mountain weather outlook. Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis talks about issues related to the Mayflower expansion, affordable housing, the projected 4 percent growth, and the latest on the Heber Light & Power/Rocky Mountain Power high voltage transmission lines being considered. Park City Manager Diane Foster previews the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including another look at the new Treasure Hill proposal. Then it's U.S.

On today's program, Summit County Animal Control Director Clay Coleman, Park City Community Foundation Programs Manager Ollie Wilder, Co-Founder of Slamdance Film Festival and Todd Henneman and Debbie Drain from Storm Cycles.

On today's program, Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt reviews some of the highlights of his report to council on the State of the Canyons report. Park City planners Kirsten Whetstone and Anya Grahn review Tuesday's planning commission meeting agenda. Peter Baxter of Slamdance has details on Thursday's screening of the horror comedy Clinger. Author Kate Bolick talks about her upcoming visit to the Sundance Author Series and her new book, Spinster: Making a Life of One's Own.

Slamdance - the other traditional film festival in Park City - is returning for a 21st year of highlighting a festival by filmmakers for filmmakers. Rick Brough has more.

This is an anniversary year for a couple of Park City Film Festivals. While Sundance celebrates its 30th year of managing festivals, Slamdance is also celebrating its 20th year. Rick Brough has more.