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With promises of a new name, new brand and new logo from the new owners of Park City Mountain Resort, the suspense was finally lifted. Leslie Thatcher reports.

Leslie Thatcher

  Sunday's evacuation of Old Town businesses will be something one family won't forget. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

In the Park City School District, a new school to replace Treasure Mountain Junior High school may be a school for 5th and 6th graders as the district looks as grade realignment and being most efficient with resources. Two public meetings coming up this week will address these evolving plans.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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Mar 24, 2015

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For local Dave Hanscom, a bike ride and bird-watching jaunt ended in 23 stitches and without information regarding the dog or its owner.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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Long-time Park City resident, Deer Valley employee and former Park City council member Bob Wells died Sunday evening.  He was 72.  KPCW's Leslie Thatcher looks back at the legacy and kindness that Bob Wells showed to everyone he met.


David Dolby and Glenn Kiser stopped by the KPCW studios to talk about the new Dolby sound system donated to the Eccles Center in Park City by the Dolby Institute.


Jarom Rowland, music programmer for the Sundance Film Festival talks about the Music Café and other music offerings during the festival.

Darren Davis and Heinrich Dieters from Park City Municipal talk about the 'My Stop' app.

Summit County officially advanced to the semifinal round of the Georgetown University Prize Wednesday - a national competition to reduce energy use. Leslie Thatcher has more.

The Park City Planning Director calls the proposed design for a renovation where the Kimball Art Center now sits, "less iconic, more subdued," after a historic design review of a pre-application with the business that has the historic art center under contract. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Park City Municipal and Summit County officials will compile data this week collected by those who attended Monday's Mountain Accord meeting, to flush out what the public added to the process of what County Manager Bob Jasper calls, "saving the Wasatch from being 'loved to death'." Rick Brough has more.