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ON today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher discusses the favorite design of the master planning committee for the Kearns Campus with superintendent Ember Conley as well as how many books is the Park City High School library losing. Tom Kelly with the U-S Ski and Snowboard Association has an update from last week's annual Congress. Rena Jordan talks about the Snyderville Basin Recreation District's summer projects and Craig McCarthy with the Park City Chamber Bureau invites you to the annual meet and Eat Expo this Wednesday the the Yarrow from 4- 7 pm.

In this edition of Mountain Money hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Joe Plumeri, author of The Power of Being Yourself: A Game Plan for Success--by Putting Passion into Your Life and Work.  Then, they speak with Robert Cooper, Owner and Manager of Mangia Neopolitan Pizza (in Plaza by The Market). Finally, they interview Debbie Lund from Lunds Fine Art Gallery.

The Kimball Art Center has announced its new temporary home where it will relocate in September when it moves out of Old Town and the Historic Kimball Garage

Historic preservation and restoration is a passionate topic in Park City. The developer of the Rio Grande property where a historic building sits presented at the Park City council meeting last week, stressing that he’s doing everything he can to restore that historic building.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

On today's Local News Hour, Charlie Sturgis with Mountain Trails Foundation talks about the process of allowing a dogs on - dogs off schedule on local trails. Summit County fire warden Bryce Boyer discusses the upcoming fire season he's preparing for. Vern Latham is a partner in VCBO Architects and talks about the Master Planning Commission's preferred alternative - Scheme 3.

The first same sex couple married in Summit County during a 17 day strike-down of the gay marriage ban in the final days of 2013 and early 2014 celebrate as their daughter now has both parents placed legally on her birth certificate.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

In todays podcast of The Morning Mix hosts John Wells and Peg Ijams welcome musical guest Bonanza Town performing in studio. Then later, Santosh Macknikar is in to talk about the Downtown Yoga Festival. Finally it's Scott Thompson and Jacob Hall from OP Rockwell. Plus weekend events and stuff and junk.

Can an aging rock star reinvent himself for a second act on stage and in life? That's the question behind the new comedy-drama, Danny Collins. Linda Jager has this week's Friday Film Review.

The most recent economic impact study results came out Thursday and shows that the 2015 Sundance Film Festival pumped more than $83 into the Utah economy. Leslie Thatcher has more.

On today's Local news Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County council member David Ure and gets his take on Tesoro's announcement that the pipeline is on permanent hold and the toughening up of the county's anti-idling ordinance. Sundance Managing Director Sarah Pearce and Park City Chamber Bureua director Bill Malone discuss the release of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival  Economic Impact findings which pumped more than $83 million into the Utah economy. Actors in this weekend's Youth Theater production of Alice in Wonderland talk about their roles and Mrs.

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