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Guest host Jason Hackney sits in for John Wells and joins Peggy Ijams on this week's The Morning Mix. The show starts off with the music of Nancy Hanson, playing live and talking about her music. Then Anne Barrett from Park City Nursery stops by to talk about gardening this year and finally, Park City Education Foundation Marketing Director Jennifer Billow and PCEF Board Member Sean Beard come in to remind everyone that today is the last day to register for the popular Running with Ed relay race.

  This week on Cool Science Radio, Lynn Ware Peek and guest co-host Tim Henney speak with Thor Hanson, author of the book, "The Triumph of Seeds," Seeds are flying through the air as we speak - they are everywhere, they are the stuff and staff of life. In a conversation with this award winning writer, field biologist and storyteller Thor Hanson, he explains how grains, nuts, kernels, pulses and pips conquered the plant kingdom and shaped human history.

  

The Park City Municipal golf course's Women's 9-hole Golf League begins soon and the reception to welcome new members is planned for next week. KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek has more.

In todays The Mountain Life hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney revisit with Kimberly Snyder, author of numerous books on the beneficial health effects of a beauty diet. Yes, it was Kimberly that 2 years ago introduced us to the GGS or Green Glowing Smoothie. Kimberly has some new wisdom, and a new book, The Beauty Detox Power.

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Bob Wheaton gives a wrap-up of the winter season for Deer Valley.

Nell and Chris first speak with Professor Christopher Norment, author of the book "Relicts of a Beautiful Sea - Survival, Extinction, and Conservation in a Desert World".   Then in the second half of the show they speak with Robyn Geist and Caitlynn Willard about the upcoming 7th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival, to be shown in Park City on April 23rd. 

Lynn Ware Peek hosts the Local News Hour, with guests Bob Wheaton, general manager of Deer Valley Resort, Alpinist Connie Self, Park City Manager Diane Foster, Park City Women's Business Network President Kathleen Barlow and Summit County Democratic Party Chair Glenn Wright.

In this edition of Mountain Money. Doug Wells and guest host Tim Henney interview Wesley Smith, founder of Isomer, a computer coding “camp. Then it's Ron Mastrgiovanni, President of Health View Services, Inc., to talk about health care costs for retirees.

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On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with the director of Envision Utah Robert Grow about the new survey released this week. They hope 50,000 Utahns will fill it out: http://envisionutah.org/. Then Peter Howe a professor in the department of Environment and Society at Utah State University talks about a new online map that shows how concerned Americans are about climate change and where they live: http://environment.yale.edu/climate-communication/.

In this weeks Morning Mix hosts John Wells and Peg Ijams Emily Bea makes a return appearance to the show and she'll be with Eric Michaels for a solo and duet performance.  Plus Weekend Events, Jason Hardink from Nova Gallerie Series and Stuff and Junk.    

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