Senior Hydrologist Brian McInerney with the National Weather Service joins host Chris Cherniak to talk about local weather patterns and global climate issues. Chris also gives an update on the ongoing bald eagle deaths occurring in northern Utah.
Larry welcomes guest host, John Wells to the show today. Their first guest is Gary Williams, author of "The Art Of Retirement". Then, Melissa Garland, owner of Tadasana Yoga Studio, which offers Hot Yoga and Power Vinyasa. To finish the hour, Meryl Van Der Merwe, chef at Du Monde Gourmet Kitchen.
It's a Burdick Family Fun Friday, as John's Mom, Kathleen and Sister, Megan are in the studio, to share holiday greetings and family Christmas stories. We also extend the holiday "spirits" with bartender, Casey Metzger.
John and Lynn talk with Bruce Bugbee, Director of the Plant Physiology Laboratory at Utah State University. USU has flown more experiments in space than any other university in the world. Also, a conversation with Guy Harrison, author of "Think: Why You Should Question Everything".
Chris Cherniak is joined by guest host, Lynn Ware Peek, as they talk to Mayor Dana Williams about his 12 years in office and the environmental issues he took in that time. At the end of the show, the Park City Lacrosse Team are in to talk about their Christmas Tree pick up fundraiser.
The first guest is Matt Mitton, chair of the Business Department at Jones Waldo, who specializes in estate planning. Then, James Stevenson, co-owner of Cooper's Cabin, a concierge service for property owners. He explains his "new kind of concierge". Finally, Chuck Lamb, from Park City Meat and Provisions, says they are more than just meat but fish, gourmet foods and a deli.
The hour starts out with a conversation with Bryton Sampson from the Leonardo about the Dead Sea Scrolls. In the second half, James Kirkland, Utah State Paleontologist, who issues permits for paleontological research on Utah state lands.
The airport is reporting that two of three air carrier runways are now open. They still recommend checking with your airline regarding flight status.
Salt Lake International Airport is closed due to ice on the runways. The airport is working to make the runways safe but the report is that the ice has compromised the braking action of planes so all runways are closed.