Mountain Money

Mondays, 9-10 AM

  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.

KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells. The program is produced by Robert Hendricks.

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Rob Hicken is the owner of  Delta Stone Products.  Delta Stone is the premier full-service natural stone fabricator in the western United States. They are hosting a ribbon cutting and  open house September 20 from 4 to 7 pm at 2276 Daniels Road in Heber City.   

Owen Snead is the  Executive Director of The Abbington Senior Living Community at 551 East 1200 South Heber City.  The Abbington is adding additional assisted living apartments. 

For decades, the one question that has consistently been on the minds of Americans is: Where did all the good jobs go?  It is a fixture in campaign stump speeches, and our current president won he election by running on bringing jobs “back to America.” In his book, Louis Hyman explains the real origins of the gig economy, and how deliberate decisions made by corporate consultants and CEO’s upended the stability of the workplace, and how those decisions have led to insecurity today, as well as new opportunities.

Sierra McCleve, the co-owner of Dottie’s Kolache is in today to explain what a kolache is and how many varieties  are available.  Dottie’s Kolache is located at 95 South Main in Heber.

Rebecca Tibbits is the owner of Beyond the Blackboard.  A new business in Heber City that provides academic tutoring and enrichment classes for children in the Heber Valley. Beyond the Blackboard is located at 520 North Main in Heber.

Renai and d Doug visit with New York Times bestselling author Dan Schawbel  about his book, “Back to Human.” Technology has created the illusion that today’s workers feel “highly connected” to one another, when in realty most feel isolated from their colleagues.  What they crave most – and what research increasingly shows to be the hallmark of the highest performing  workplace cultures – is a sense of authentic connection with others. Dan’s mission has always been to assist the next generation of leaders through their entire careers.

Mountain Money - August 27, 2018

Aug 27, 2018

The new owner of CKM Collision, Dereck Coolter,  was in studio today talking about the changes to his business located at 3095 Atkinson Road in Quinn's Juction.

There is a new Bakery in Midway called The Midway Bakery located at 206 West Main Street. Roger and Bob talk with co-owner Shannon Edwards. 

Cortney  Johanson, Managing Partner of 350 Main ,   talks about the new partnership between  350 Main and Alpine Distilling.

Carrie Mayne, the Chief Economist with Workforce Services  has the latest July employment figures.

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