State & Regional

Stories within Utah and the Western United States that have a particular resonance with residents of the Wasatch Back.

  John and Christie welcome Brian Kelm, President of the Utah Blues festival which is being held Saturday June 18th at the Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City.  This is the only festival in Utah solely dedicated to increasing awareness of a uniquely American musical art form – Blues music

The second guest on the program is KPCW General Manager Larry Warren who brings us up to date on all the station’s summer activities.

The Final guest on the program is Katrina Kmak from the Park City Library speaking of all the summer kids’ activities the library is offering.  

  Lynn and John’s first guest is Alan Westenskow, Director Business Development for Proterra. With the launch of their first fast-charge bus the EcoRide, Proterra broke new ground and became the leading innovator of zero-emission commercial vehicle solutions.

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Todd Hageman,  technical director for the Tour of Utah; he’ll talk about this year’s course and where the 53,000 vertical feet of climbing will take the professional cyclists on the 7-day, 704-mile stage race.

 Joining Chris on the first segment of the program is Mike Luers who is the General Manager of the Snyderville Basin Recreation District.  They talk of existing wastewater collection and treatment infrastructure and what plans there might be for expansion.

Then in the second half of the show, National Weather Service Senior Hydrologist,  Brian McInerney, recaps the past three months of weather and climate conditions locally and  throughout the state.

Larry and Doug’s first guest is Shirin Spangenberg from the Escape Room Park City, an entertainment center where a group of up to 8 people are "locked" in a room and have an hour to figure out clues and puzzles to unlock the door and win the room.

The second guest is Courtney Johanson, Managing Partner, 350 Main and Spur Bar and Grill is in studio. Courtney is discussing the Grand Opening of the newly expanded Spur Bar and Grill.

  John and Jude welcome Singer Songwriter Rob Harmon to the program.  Rob performs live in studio. The second guests on the program are Jason Dyer and Alex Mietcen  who bring us up to date on Olympic Day which takes place June 15th and 16th. And finally, Rick Brough talks about the entire summer blockbuster movie season coming our way.

  Lynn and John’s first guest on the program is Phil Davidson of Davidson Orthopedics. Dr. Davidson is renowned for his expertise in Cartilage Restoration and Joint Resurfacing of the knee and shoulder. For two decades, he has been recognized among the nation's foremost orthopedists in treating articular disorders. His particular area of clinical interest and expertise is in the field of biological and anatomic joint resurfacing.

  Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney delve into the fascinating topic of Subscriber Solar with Rocky Mountain Power representatives  and Ann Ober from Park City Municipal.

Then we talk with some folks who have just completed 40 days straight of meditation, yoga, and eating well.  We thought we would speak with them to find out what we all wonder – could I really pull off such a thing?!

  On the program today Jordan Fisher Smith describes the role scientists and policy makers play in managing nature and our national parks in his new book:  Engineering Eden: The True Story of a Violent Death, a Trial, and the Fight Over Controlling Nature.

In the second part of the program, Chris and Nell get a visit from local girl scouts who recently received a Girl Scout Bronze Award for their project titled Plastic bag-free PC.

  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Ryan Dent, Deal Flow Chair for Mountain West Capital Network.  It is Utah’s first and largest business networking organization.

Then Emily White talks about her new Wish Party Store, a party décor boutique for special occasions in the Redstone shopping center.

The final guest is Bobby Martin, author of The Hockey Stick Principles: The 4 Key Stages to Entrepreneurial Succes.

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