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KPCW's Mountain Money covers the unique challenges of working in the mountains by providing small business news, real estate, estate planning and personal finance information. Roger Goldman hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells and Alison Kuhlow. The program is produced by Alison Kuhlow.
 
This Green Earth is a weekly, hour-long program that focuses on the environment and environmentalism. Co-hosts Christopher Cherniak and Nell Larson explore the science, politics, economics and ethics behind the environment, natural resources and sustainability. The program includes interviews with local and national experts in the fields of water resources, air quality, environmental policy, fossil and renewable fuels, climate, conservation, ecosystems, agriculture, aquaculture and sustainab ...
 
Morning Edition & The Local News Hour with Leslie Thatcher NPR's national show Morning Edition is interspersed with Park City's only daily local news source, live every weekday morning from 6 to 8 AM. Whether recapping the previous night's School Board meeting, informing listeners on a recent development on a government project or a featured story on a piece of local color, veteran news anchor Leslie Thatcher delivers the news that makes Park City a community. The Local News Hour follows Mor ...
 
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On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:33) Carolyn Murray reports on school districts along the Wasatch Back have differing personnel policies for staff who are quarantining due to COVID-19. ( 5:48) Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Dana Jones has a monthly update. ( 20:51) Wasatch Community Foundation chair Tom Fowler and board member Jerry Pitts. (…
 
Tavo Betancourt has made a name for himself as a social media influencer. Now, he has decided to give it all up, and embark on an ambitious musical project in an attempt to leave behind both negatives and positives of the social media life. We spend the hour with the artist and hear some of his music. Tavo Betancourt es reconocido como un influenci…
 
On Cool Science Radio , Wendy Suzuki, who has written GOOD ANXIETY: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion . There are about 40 million people— or 18% of the population—suffering from clinical anxiety disorders today. Suzuki unpacks the cutting-edge science that will help readers channel their anxiety for positive outcomes. She beli…
 
Hurricane Ida slammed into multiple states last week. It was a Category 4 storm with winds above 150 mph and rainfall rates that broke records. A warmer world may have made hurricane Ida a stronger storm. On This Green Earth , Dr. Jason Evans, Executive Director of the Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience and Associate Professor of Envi…
 
Most organizations have created always-on work contexts that are burning people out and hurting performance rather than delivering productivity, innovation and engagement. Collaborative work consumes 85% of employees' time and is drifting earlier into the morning, later into the night, and deeper into the weekend. In  Beyond Collaboration Overload …
 
We resume our series about the Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. which was held in December of 2019 We chat with Dinorah Marquez Abadiano, a Mexican artist n…
 
Joana Acevedo, Outreach Coordinator for Mountain Mediation Center joins us to talk about the series of informative vlogs available to the community in Spanish and English bringing information to the public as a service and helpful education tool for renters/leasers. Joana Acevedo, Coordinadora de Alcance Comunitario para Mountain Mediation Center n…
 
Up and coming Model/Singer/Songwriter Rozio joins us to debut some of her new music, talk about the production of her work, and upcoming events. Also in this hour, Damian el Profeta from Radio La Explosiva joins us to talk about his ambitious non-profit streaming service on FaceBook, and about his love of music. Rozio es Modelo/Cantautora y nos aco…
 
The Utah State Judiciary has created a new division, the Office of Fairness and Accountability. Valeria Jimenez, Public Outreach Coordinator joins us to talk about the organization, its mission, the types of services they provide, and we discuss how these will benefit the marginalized members of our community across the state of Utah. El Jurado del…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:50) Mountain Trails Foundation weekly trails report with Executive Director Lora Smith ( 7:08) High Valley Transit District Board Member Kim Carson has an update. ( 20:55) Retired army general, Parkite and author Jeff Schloesser discusses his new book, Marathon War: Leadership in Combat in Afghanistan. ( 36:14) Dieg…
 
Despite the wide availability of COVID vaccines to the public for anyone 16 years or older, there is still much to do to ensure we reach herd immunity, and to provide access to the vaccine for the most vulnerable in our society. Edwin Espinel, Health Systems Specialist with the Utah Department of Health joins us to talk about the vaccine rollout, t…
 
Rancho Markets in Salt Lake City continues with their highly successful COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Cristina Diaz de León, COVID-19 Community Organizer with the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs joins us to talk about the success of the clinics, the importance of getting vaccinated if you are able to, and attempts to dispel many myths surrou…
 
On Cool Science Radio , John and Lynn bring Mary Roach on the show. Roach has written Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law …What should we do with a jaywalking moose? A bear caught breaking and entering? How about a murderous tree? According to Roach, three hundred years ago, animals that broke the law would be assigned legal representation and put on …
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 3:37) Ben Lasseter reports on nonprofit in the Heber Valley wanting families to come have a free meal and take one to go next Monday . ( 5:55) PC Municipal's Linda Jager, Alex Roy, and Andy Stevenson on the City's Fall Open House Projects ( 19:15) Park City Museum Education Director Diane Knispel talks about the upcom…
 
On today's Local News Hour : (10:12) - Peace House Executive Director Kendra Wyckoff and Board Member Karen Marriott have details about the 25th anniversary celebration at the Peace House on Saturday. (26:09) - Park City Institute Executive Director Ari Ioannides has a rundown of the Main Stage season that was announced last night at the reveal par…
 
On This Green Earth , Nell and Chris talk about why our overnight lows are not so low anymore. Across the continental US this summer it was unusually hot, particularly at night. Overnight lows were the warmest on record for every state on the west coast and parts of the northeast. Utah experienced its warmest summer nights on record, with nighttime…
 
On April 27, 2020, the then CEO of Nikola Corporation,  Trevor Milton was a guest on Mountain Money.  Nikola was in the business of producing emission free trucks.  Milton painted an optimistic picture about the state of business.  On July 29, 2021, Milton was indicted for securities and wire fraud.  He was also sued civilly by the Securities and E…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:15) Ben Lasseter's story on the yearly tradition that falls somewhere between a bike race, fundraiser and party, the 2021 Tour des Suds. ( 4:30) Rick Brough has this report on the Snyderville Planning Commission, along with county staff, working to revise their code on landscaping and change how we use and manage wa…
 
Vessel  Kitchen , Park City’s go-to fresh dining option, are celebrating their 5th anniversary! After setting up shop in Park City just five short years ago, in hopes of bringing a new style of dining to the community they love, Co-Founders Nick Gradinger , Brian Reeder, and Executive Chef Roe’e Levy are thrilled with the reception and loyalty to t…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 1:55) Summit County Health Dept educator Alyssa Mitchell talks about national suicide prevention month. ( 15:41) Meisha Ross from Autumn Aloft previews the annual hot air balloon exhibition. ( 29:11) Rick Brough's update on the Summit County Council adoptation of a new policy on accessory buildings. ( 33:33) The Frien…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:16) Mountain Trails Report with Matt Wagoner from Basin Recreation. ( 5:27) Rick Brough's update on Coalville mayoral candidate Lynn Wood confirming residence in town according to the Summit County Assessor’s Office. ( 7:49) Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects …
 
On Cool Science Radio , Senior Editor at Scientific American magazine , Tanya Lewis, joins the show. Lewis recently wrote an article on how the pandemic has caused a baby bust, not a boom, as previously thought. The pandemic has resulted in declines in birth rates in many high-income countries. Lewis will also give a general Covid update from this …
 
On Cool Science Radio , John Wells and Lynn Ware Peek talk with Dr. Dan Riskin, who has extensive experience founding healthcare tech startups. He’ll give us the latest information on the Theranos trial. Therano’s was the American, privately held corporation founded by then 19-year old Elizabeth Holmes. It was touted as a breakthrough health techno…
 
On today's Local News Hour: ( 2:14) Leslie Thatcher's report on the annual Shot Ski event canceled due to rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in the area. ( 4:22) Access to quality childcare is in a crisis, according to policy experts. Carolyn Murray has this update. ( 7:48) Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde recaps Wednesday's meeting. ( 19:04) …
 
On The Mountain Life , Lynn speaks with author Lauren Tarshis, who is one of the writers for the the New York Times bestselling I Survived series that tells stories of young people and their resilience and strength in the midst of unimaginable disasters. Her recently released book to commemorate the 20th anniversary if I Survived the Attacks of Sep…
 
On this episode of The Mountain Life , Lynn Ware Peek welcomes Dr. Blythe Grossberg, who wrote a captivating memoir about tutoring for Manhattan's elite. In it she reveals how a life of extreme wealth both helps and harms the children of the one percent. Her new book is titled: I Left My Homework in the Hamptons: What I Learned Teaching the Childre…
 
On today's Local News Hour: (03:15) - Carolyn Murray reports on "Ol' Miner" Statue Dedicated; Recognizes Rich Martinez And City's History (06:09) - Park City Police Officer Leslie Welker and Park City Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Darren Nelson have details on the 20th annual 9-11 memorial on Saturday. (16:27) - Sean Higgins reports on Wasatch County …
 
On This Green Earth , we speak with Vicky Ward, Overflights Program Manager for the National Park Service. Along with the increased number of feet hiking through park lands, the number of aircraft flying the local skies has also increased. And, with that comes sources of air and noise pollution that impact the parks. Ward will discuss what Air Tour…
 
On This Green Earth , we welcome Dr. Brian Moench, an anesthesiologist and founder of Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment. Dr. Moench, talks about the proposed Inland Port near the Salt Lake City airport. Specifically, he addresses the impacts such a facility would have on air quality and the health of those that live in the salt lake basin.…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:11) Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. ( 14:24) The Park City Council held a work session last week discussing new 5G cell phone technology and what the city can do to regulate it as Sean Higgins reports. ( 18:19) Rick Brough reports on Summit County Council…
 
Mexican Urban Pop sensation Luis Arturo joins us to talk about his latest singles releases, now compiled as an E.P. He also tells us about his experiences, future plans, and we hear some of his music. Sensación de Urban Pop Mexicano Luis Arturo nos acompaña para hablar de sus ultimos sencillos, ahora compilados bajo un E.P. También nos habla de sus…
 
The world of Urban Music production includes many talents. Producers, Mixers, Videogaphers, singers/artists, and of course, models all play a part in producing successful projects. Model Aldana Ramirez joins us to talk about her career, her experiences, and challenges of modeling in the Urban Music world. El mundo de la producción de la musica Urba…
 
Rancho Markets in Salt Lake City continues with their highly successful COVID-19 vaccination fairs. Cristina Diaz de León, COVID-19 Community Organizer with the Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs joins us to talk about the continuing challenges in vaccinating the public, the accessibility to minority communities, and the importance of getting v…
 
Ska is a genre that has been thriving in Mexico for some years now. Out Of Control Army is one of the most prominent Ska groups in México. We spend the hour with group-member/Saxophonist/Composer Deals chatting about the group's history, the world of Ska in México, and we hear some of their work. Facebook Instagram Spotify YouTube El Ska es un géne…
 
Mexican Head Consul José Borjón joins us to update us on how the pandemic continues to affect the lives of many people, and how this continues to affect the way the consulate operates. He also shares some of the programs and expands on his role for not only Mexicans, but all Latinos in the state. Website Facebook Consul Mexicano José Borjón nos aco…
 
On today's Local News Hour: ( 2:30 ) Mountain Trails Foundation Weekly report with Executive Director Lora Smith. ( 7:16) Adolph Imboden honored with the Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award. ( 10:44) Sean Higgins report on Park City’s Miners’ Day celebrations being back after a year off due to COVID-19. ( 13:58 ) Governor Spencer Cox announce…
 
On Cool Science Radio , John and Lynn speak with Marcus Gerhardt , Co-founder & CEO of Blackrock Neurotech, a biotech company based in Salt Lake City. Blackrock conducts research on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) that may one day help patients who suffer from paralysis, ALS or stroke – walk, talk, and feel again.…
 
On Cool Science Radio , Tom Standage comes on to talk about his new book, A BRIEF HISTORY OF MOTION: From the Wheel to the Car, to What Comes Next. The best-selling car in the US in 1897 was electric, and by 1900 steam vehicles were most popular, with electric cars in second place and gasoline-powered vehicles third. John and Lynn talk with Tom abo…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:17) Sean Higgins' report on the employees of the Redstone 8 Cinemas in Kimball Junction decision to end a two-week long strike. ( 4:58) Summit County Council Member Glen Wright recaps Wednesday's meeting. ( 20:03) Reagan Chung the winner of the 2021 Park City Area Restaurant Association's Savor the Cocktail Contest …
 
On The Mountain Life , believe it or not, winter is just around the corner and Chad Brackelsburg of the Utah Avalanche Center will help us get into the mood by talking about the upcoming 28th Annual Backcountry benefit. He’ll also be discussing how to stay safe in the backcountry, and what we all should know ahead of the upcoming snow season.…
 
On The Mountain Life , hosts Pete Stoughton and Lynn Ware Peek welcome Dr. Russ Bradford. Dr. Bradford provides an inside look into Park City Hospital’s new Pediatric Unit for children who need overnight hospital care. Dr. Bradford is a Park City native, medical director for the unit, and a pediatric hospitalist.…
 
On today's Local News Hour: (02:26) - Rick Brough reports on the Park City Chamber Seminar Considers The Challenges, Opportunities of Workforce Shortages (07:02) - Jeremy Ranch resident Marina Hudson talks about her weekday COVID-19 emails. (21:05) - Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of this week's city council meeting. (43:44) - Summit Com…
 
On This Green Earth , Nell and Chris speak with Deeda Seed, Public Lands Senior Campaigner for the Center for Biological Diversity. The Utah Clean Infrastructure Coalition recently release a report documenting that since 2009, $109 million in funding intended for rural Utah communities has been spent on fossil fuel projects. The Coalition is a coll…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:38) Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. ( 15:50) Summit County Health Director Phil Bondurant has the latest on Summit County going to the HIGH transmission level of COVID-19. ( 36:19) Park City Friends of the Library Member Araby Leary has an update on this …
 
High West Distillery & Saloon, Utah’s first legal distillery since 1870, encourages whiskey lovers to forego the open flames this summer and instead enjoy a campfire in a bottle with High West Campfire Whiskey . This limited release bottle of Campfire features custom label artwork crafted by Ed Mell, an iconic artist whose timeless Western landscap…
 
The climate is changing—not only the meteorological climate, but also the social, economic, and psychological climate. “We are living in a disrupted world that is increasingly divided along the lines of economics and politics,” says Scott Schartz a F i nancial Sust a inabil i ty Expert. Scott Schwartz, EntentVest 's CEO and founder, founded three i…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 2:14) Rick Brough's story about the Summit County Sheriff’s Office hearing numerous complaints that a trail user in the Snyderville Basin is attacking dogs. ( 4:13) Park City Board of Relators Ex. Director Jamie Johnson has details on Tuesday's Housing Opportunity Expo. ( 14:41) Four Utah lawmakers attended a town hal…
 
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