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The group Future Park City has updated its position on Vail’s trademark application from one of support if Vail makes good on its promises, to now opposing the trademark application and urging the City to do so as well.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

The challenger to Utah Representative Mel Brown, (R) Coalville, is hanging on to his lead in the Republican primary race for Utah House District 53.   The district covers parts of Summit, Daggett, Rich, Duchesne and Morgan counties.   On election night, Wilde finished ahead by 64 votes.  But Kent Jones, Summit County Clerk, indicated there could be some ballots that were mailed in time, but hadn't arrived yet.  On Friday, Jones said his office counted an additional 305 ballots and Mel Brown had moved ahead by seven votes.

  John and Christie welcome cast members from the show Rock of Ages performing tonight at the Egyptian Theater.  They perform live in studio. The second guest on the program is Renee Huang from the Deer Valley Music Festival who offers a schedule of summer events. Final guests today are Daniel Lewis and Patton Murray from the Leadership Class Project.

So far, so good for fireworks this 4th of July in Park City.    Fire officials say the recent rain has doused the chances for a fireworks ban this weekend.  But they still have words of caution.  Lynn Ware Peek has more: 

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The Park City Transit Department several weeks ago put a new limit on the number of bikes that are allowed on the Empire Pass and  Silver Lake Village buses.   The city says it's partly for safety reasons, but the community says if you want people to ride buses, why are you now limiting them?   Lynn Ware Peek has more: 

The Snyderville Planning Commission on Tuesday night voted an approval for two proposed accessory buildings in a Silver Creek residential lot: an 18,500 sq ft barn and arena, and a 6,400 sq ft gym and lounge.  The proposed plans have brought concerned responses from neighbors in recent weeks.  Rick Brough has more:  

To see the Snyderville Planning Commission Staff Report on the Dell Silver Creek Accessory Building, click here

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The Citizens Open Space Advisory Committee unanimously approved sending a recommendation to the Park City Council to protect Library Field.  Lynn Ware Peek has more: 

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board members Phil Kaplan and Nancy Garrison; Jody Churich COO of Woodward Park City and Resort Planner Michael Barille talk about plans for the new Woodward Camp at Gorgoza and Future Park City Founders Angela Moschetta and Sarah Berry have the latest on the Vail Resorts Trademark issue.

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?

  John and Jude’s first guest is Oli K who performs live in studio.  Then Moe Hickey makes an appearance talking about the Big Stars Bright Nights Lineup for the summer season. Finally, Michelle Moore and Warren Workman talk about the Park City International Film Festival. 

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