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Local News Hour - August 26, 2016

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  On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Jeana New and Kate Geagan, both nutritionists and members of the Park City School District’s Children Nutrition Task Force to talk about the 15 to Clean program started in school cafeterias this year. Park City Council Member Tim Henney updates the council’s discussion on the Woodside Park affordable housing project.

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  Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Scott Kelly, the founder of Rebound Health and Performance Center.  Scott talks with us today about state of mind and the role it plays in overall health and fitness. 

 

Then --  a refreshing, energetic and unique voice among people who have figured out what it means to accept himself and others for who they are.  Hard to explain until you listen to our conversation with Jeffrey Marsh, he’s written a new book, How to Be You:  Stop Trying to Be Someone Else and Start Living Your life. 

 

 

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Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with the MTB Trail Trust from Nelson, New Zealand, about their recent IMBA Gold Ride Center designation.  They join local trails gurus Charlie Sturgis and Bob Radke to exchange information.  

Then, Raising Can-Do Kids, with Robert Rende, PHD.  How to teach traits of innovation, creativity, industriousness, optimism, and entrepreneurship to our children in a rapidly changing world.  

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A U.S. Senator on a mission to address climate change in Congress made a stop in Park City today.  He spoke with some city leaders about how this ski town is achieving it’s environmental goals.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more:

Lynn Ware Peek and guest co-host Tim Henney speak about a growing medical industry, palliative care, known as end-of-life care.  Mr. Michael Fratkin specializes in this type of medical care at Resolution Care in Arcata, California.  www.resolutioncare.com

Then,  best-selling author and Wharton School of Business professor Jonah Berger on Invisible Influence: The Hidden Forces That Shape Behavior. When and why do we follow the tide or do as others do? And when and why do we strike out on our own and go against the tide?

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Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Dierdra Walsh, Food & Beverage Director and Alex Malmborg, Executive Chef from Park City Mountain Resort to talk about Recycle Utah's 100-Mile Meal event coming up July 23rd. 

Then, two things that seem to go together well, stand-up paddle boarding and yoga.  WE speak with Alisha Niswander and Christa Jutras who have teamed up to lead 3-hour SUP/Yoga adventures on the Jordanelle Reservoir this summer.   

Several weeks ago, the Park City Council invited the public to speak about Vail’s application to trademark the name "Park City," and the Council was urged to oppose the application – but Park City Council member, Tim Henney, says the stance the City takes may not influence whether the trademark is granted.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Today Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney talk about the scientific truths about gluten that will cut through the din of confusion with Dr. Peter Green, who has studied celiac disease for 25 years.  Dr. Green is the author of, "Gluten Exposed: The Science Behind the Hype and How to Navigate to a Healthy Symptom Free Life."

Then, Rosemund Stone Zander joins us with a new vision for achieving true human fulfillment in her latest book, "Pathways to Possibility: Transforming Our Relationship with Ourselves, Each Other, and the World."

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  Parking in Old Town will get more expensive, but the upside is parking will likely be available when you visit Old Town thanks to a new concept that will give people a choice about where and when to park. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski, in her first State of the City speech, said Salt Lake plans to stand with its neighbors in Park City to achieve a common goal.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

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