In this edition of This Green Earth Chris and Nell speak with Summit County Sustainability Coordinator Lisa Yoder. Then it's highlights from the news..Clean Air, Beekeepers at airports and the Keystone XL Pipeline.
In this edition of Mountain Money Larry and Doug speak with Tim Leberecht, author of The Business Romantic: Give Everything, Quantify Nothing, and Create Something Greater Than Yourself. Then it's Mason Wooley, CEO Product Development, Linqhome.
The Read Across America Read-athon is coming up this Monday. The organizers at the Park City Education Foundation are still seeking volunteers to read to elementary students. KPCW's Rick Brough has more.
Although County Council member Roger Armstrong was a skeptic of the Mountain Accord process, he thinks the trip he made to view Switzerland's transit systems, sponsored by the Accord, was worth it. KPCW's Rick Brough has more.
In this edition of Cool Science Radio John and Lynn welcome the Internet Doctor Jay Izso, author of Got Media Sociology? Then they speak with Jeff Phillips, Assistant Professor of Computer Science to talk about the U’s Big Data Program.
In this edition of The Mountain Life, Lynn Ware Peek returns from her assignment in Italy to speak with Liz Carslile about creating a sustaininable agriculture. Then it's Dr. Norman Doidge to talk about his book The Brains Way of Healing.
Park City Municipal will continue its Old Town Improvement schedule with the construction of a plaza located along Swede Alley near the KPCW studios in front of City Hall. The Park City Council at this week's meeting approved the go ahead for this summer's project. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
KPCW is building its volunteer program for projects and programs off the air. We are looking for responsible, detail-oriented, computer-savvy local news fans to join our team. Time commitment is about two to three hours a week. Which hours you're here are flexible. For more information, or to sign up, contact Monika at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the volunteer application with the online PSA.
The Wasatch County Council, acting as the Jordanelle Special Service Distirct, recently approved an agreement with a former member of the county council, Steve Capson to serve as a paid spokesman for JSSD. He spoke with KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher on Thursday's Local News Hour. Here's the interview in its entirety.