First up on today's show, Insa Repien, Executive Director of Recycle Utah, joined the show to discuss renewable energy, solid waste issues and the anti-idling ordinance. Park City Silly Market also dropped by for an update on their Zero Waste program.
The Utah Department of Alcohol Beverage Control Commission, or UDABC, has come under fire for its interpretation and enforcement of vague state laws. One commissioner, however, says the state should issue more liquor licenses, which could help stop the troublesome run-around of getting single event permits. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome David Bradford, ex-CEO of Fusion-io and Hirevue, author of Up Your Game: 6 Timeless Principles for Networking Your Way to the Top. Cheleste Devereraux of Lunch Box also dropped by to talk about the services offered at the salon. Larry and John finished up the show with a conversation with Vicki Varela, managing director of Utah Office of Tourism.
Lynn and John talk to Jared Heyman, CEO of Crowd Med, an on line crowd-sourced medical diagnosis platform that helps solve difficult medical cases. In the second half, Lynn Sherr, author of "Sally Ride: America's First Woman In Space".
The first guest is two time former Park City Mayor, Brad Olch. He has made many a lot of observations around the globe about what works in towns like ours. The second guest is Greg McKewen, author of the book "Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less".
First, Nick Comerford, University of Florida professor discusses soil erosion and soil loss. Soil is a non-renewable resource, and once gone, it's nearly impossible to replace. Then, Matt Pacenza, Policy Director with HEAL Utah comes on the second half to discuss Rocky Mountain Power's request to add a monthly $4.25 fee to owners of solar panels.
Larry Warren and guest host John Wells have a very busy hour with several guests, starting with Kurt Repanshek, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of National Parks Traveler. Then, Rick Lindquist, president of Zane Benefits is in the studio to discuss self-insured medical reimbursement plans. Finally, Jennifer Jackenthal, Director of PCCAPS, along with contest winners PJ Dowling and Skylar Jackenthal.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The Utah attorney general's office says its investigation into changes to the joint operating agreement between The Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News doesn't mean any wrongdoing has occured.
The office said in a statement Saturday that the inquiry can shed light on improprieties or validate proper conduct. It says the state has an "independent interest" in investigating and enforcing antitrust laws outside a review by the U.S. Justice Department.