Three Utahns will be the latest inductees to the Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame, in a ceremony scheduled next month.

The Hall of Fame is a collaboration between two major entities. The J. Willard Marriott Library Ski Archives sets up a committee that nominates the honorees.

The Alf Engen Ski Museum, located at the Utah Olympic Park, is a sponsor for the ceremony and it houses the plaques for those who are honored.

The director of the museum, Connie Nelson, said they’re honoring two living recipients and one deceased inductee this year.

Park City Municipal

Applications for the 25th Leadership Park City Class are open now through Friday August 24th.

Founder and Director Myles Rademan says the Leadership Park City program is open to those who live or work in the greater Park City area and want to give back to their community.

The Park City Council voted Thursday night to approve a new venue for the Sundance Film Festival, in a commercial space near Park Avenue.

The council approved a venue for 950 Iron Horse Drive—the vacant commercial space next to Rite Aid.

The space was for many years a Blockbuster Video.

Now, according to Sundance Institute Managing Director Betsy Wallace, it will be used as a merchandising store in the months leading up to the festival.

In the new movie “BlacKkKlansman” a strange true story from the 1970’s is used  to bring up some controversial issues of today. Rick Brough has the Friday Film Review.

With his latest film, legendary director Spike Lee comes armed with an incendiary political passion.

But in these divisive times, he’s not alone. And in the end “BlacKkKlansman” may be preaching to a choir that’s already pissed off and has marched out the door.

Still, it should be noted that the movie tells an incredible story that is absolutely true—with a few bits here and there that are made up.

On The Morning Mix, John and Christie's in-studio musical guest is Shannon Runyon.  They interview Fuzz Feddersen of Flying Ace All-Star show and Joey Traum of Reggae Rise Up Festival. All that plus a full rundown of weekend events in our area, so you know what’s going on for entertainment in our community. 

Gail Barille LinkedIn

The head of the National Ability Center, Gail Barille, is departing after what she sees as “eight busy years.”

Barille told KPCW that it was a hard decision in some ways, but it’s time to move on.

Fresh new songs and times they play for this weeks listening pleasure. Comment below or on our facebook page and give us your feedback. Have you seen this Artist? What do you think? We want to know. Thanks for tuning in all day during music programing 10am-12am.

Time             Artist                                                            Song

10 am      Alessia Cara                                                A Little More

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Public Works Director Derek Radke has an update on the Kilby Road improvements. Some extensive changes are happening in the next week, including the start of school. Park City Council Member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting. Leadership Park City Founder Myles Rademan with details on how to apply – and why you should apply – to be a part of Leadership Class 25.

Park City Municipal

  Park City Council took a vote Thursday, capping off months of discussion--and controversy stretching back over 30 years on the Treasure Hill property.

The council approved a Resolution, putting a Bond before the voters this November for $48 million to acquire the Treasure hillside and exclude any residential and commercial development. The sum also includes $3 million to help acquire a conservation easement for the Snow Ranch Pastures.

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Heber’s new City Manager, Matt Brower, has been on the job since about mid-July. He’s arrived at a time when the city is dealing with phenomenal growth, a renowned airport, and efforts underway to address a state highway running through the town.

In his first interview with KPCW, Brower said he has Utah roots. He was born and raised in Salt Lake, and graduated from the University of Utah in the 90’s.