Tim Henney

Co-host of The Mountain Life.

Ways to Connect

Dave Hanscomb joins Tim Henney and guest co-host Chris Cherniack to share the details of tis years race schedule at the Wasatch Citizens Series. Then they talk with Lauren Beheshti, Community Education Program Coordinator and director of the Good Neighbors program at the Park City School District about some issues facing Latino Members in the community.  And finally, they visit with Lisa Napoli, author of Ray and Joan: The Man Who Made the McDonalds Fortune  and the Woman Who Gave it Away.  

The Mountain Life - November 16, 2016

Nov 16, 2016

It’s Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.  Lynn and Tim speak with Jessica Sweeten, the activities director at the Assisted Living Facility – Elk Meadows – located in Oakley.  The second guest on the program is Dr. Vern Cooley of the Rosenberg Cooley Orthopedic Clinic located at the Park City Hospital about the upcoming ski season and dealing with the fragility of our human bodies. 

The Mountain life - November 9, 2016

Nov 9, 2016

Today Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Dr. Vanessa Hart, a surgeon from the Park City Hospital who specializes in breast cancer surgery.  Then, we talk with Thomas Laakso and Jim Christian of Avatech, and now Mountain Hub.  It’s a local business that brings technology to our snowpack.  It began with a hi-tech avalanche probe, now it tracks the world’s first global snowpack network for the mountain community.

The Mountain Life - November 2, 2016

Nov 2, 2016

Today Lynn and Tim speak with Barbara Wirostko about her son’s struggle with dyslexia, his death, and the scholarship they established in his name. Then they delve into another topic that hits close to home. They speak with David Greenwood about his book, Overcoming Distractions: Thriving with adult ADD/ADHD.

The Mountain Life - October 26, 2016

Oct 26, 2016

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Annie Morgan of the Nordic Betties, and Ann Blomquist of the EATS Park City and Katy Wang of the Park City Film Series about the upcoming Food and Film weekend, a fundraiser for the EATS program. 

The Mountain Life - October 19, 2016

Oct 19, 2016

In the first segment of the program, Lynn and Tim talk parenting and accountability with John G. Miller, founder of QBQ, an organizational development company dedicated to making personal accountability a core value for organizations and individuals. His latest book is, Raising Accountable Kids.  The second guest is Julia Geisler, the executive director of the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance. The final guest on the show today is Dr. Marc Harrison who was recently named the new President of Intermountain Health Care.

The Mountain Life - October 12, 2016

Oct 12, 2016

Today Lynn and Tim speak with Rebeca Gonzalez.  Rebeca is a Park City high school graduate and an astonishing young woman who is doing incredible things for the Latino community and potential first generation college students in general. They speak with her in the first half of the show.

The Mountain Life - September 28, 2016

Sep 28, 2016

First guest is Luke Cartin, Environmental Sustainability Manager at Park City Municipal. Guest number two is Craig Sanchez who is retiring after 24 years with Park City Municipal. The last guest on the program is Esther Gokhale talking about easing  back pain  with the Gokhale Method. 

The Mountain Life - September 22, 2016

Sep 22, 2016

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Rebecca Brenner about her speaker series at the PC Hospital on mindfulness and her new book, A Kid's User Guide to A Human Life:  An Open Heart.

Then, Sam Plumb of Utah Naloxone who talks about addiction, opiate overdose, and this rescue drug that can give a second chance.

Finally, Pulitzer Prize finalist, Alan Schwarz, and his new book, ADHD Nation:  Children, Doctors, Big Pharma, and the Making of an American Epidemic.  

 

The Mountain Life - September 14, 2016

Sep 14, 2016

Today Tim speaks with a group of local doctors who have joined their practices under a common roof.  Doctors Jared Nielsen, Babbie Lester and Alice Holman join in the conversation. Next up is Melinda Roalstad, the former Medical Director for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association.  She now oversees Think Head First, a program designed for management of mild head injury which provides education and Consultation expertise for sport organizations.

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