Summit County Democratic Party

Two candidates have emerged for the recently vacated office of Summit County Clerk.     They will be voted on when the County Democratic Party holds a Zoom convention next Tuesday, May 18th.  

Kent Jones, a Democrat, retired from the County Clerk’s Office at  the end of April, after a combined 23 years in office.

When a filing window closed on May 11, the two candidates declaring to run were Kellie Robinson, a Coalville resident who has been the chief deputy in the clerk’s office; and Eve Furse, a Peoa resident and a former magistrate judge.

Cada Domingo - Soxi - 05-16-21

6 hours ago

Urban rap artist Soxi joins us to talk about his work, his collaborations, and the growing Latino rap & hip-hop in the urban music world in Indianapolis, Indiana, and shares some of his work on the show. 

Artista de rap urbano Soxi nos acompaña para hablar de su trabajo, sus colaboraciones, y de la creciente escena de rap y hip-hop en el mundo de musica urbana de Indianapolis, Indiana, y comparte algo de su trabajo en el programa.


Cada Domingo - Nate Baertsch - 05-16-21

6 hours ago

Nate Baertsch is an illustrator who is living what he calls a "dream come true" having completed work for Mattel for their popular Masters of the Universe license and new and upcoming action figure designers The Four Horsemen with their increasingly popular line of collectibles Mythic Legions, among many other lines. Nate joins us to talk about his career, his work, and his experience working with many popular franchises.

Cada Domingo - Fanny Guadalupe Blauer - 05-16-21

6 hours ago

Artes de México en Utah Director Fanny Blauer joins us to talk about the Living Traditions Festival 2021 and their guest panelists who are members of an indigenous collective that practices traditional weaving to preserve their heritage and culture in Chiapas, Mexico, and the role of Artes de México en Utah has not only in helping preserve the heritage of Mexico, but also help bridge the diverse cultures in the state.

Connect Summit County continues partnering with organizations in Summit to bring another conversation in the Latino Event Series focusing on Family and Mental Health. Linda Nordquist, Community Engagement Liason for Connect Summit County and Lynn Ware-Peek, Community Outreach Coordinator for Park City Municipal join us to talk about this event scheduled for May 19th at 4pm via Facebook Live. 

Utah Clean Cities

Salt Lake City-based nonprofit Utah Clean Cities was awarded $1.8 million in federal funding last month for the advancement of electric vehicles in the state.


The $1.8 million comes from a partnership between Utah Clean Cities and the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Vehicle Technologies program.


According to Utah Clean Cities, the money will go towards efforts to further the adoption of electric vehicles in the state for both personal and commercial uses.


Park City Municipal

Discussion around a proposed toxic soils site on the outskirts of Park City along SR 248 have taken center stage over the past several weeks after members of the community accused city hall of a lack of transparency in the process. Public feedback was taken at last week’s city council meeting. The message? Let’s take our time. 


Following a discussion at their meeting May 12th, the Summit County Council has asked their staff to look at a community cat program that could help monitor and reduce the population of feral felines.   

County Council Member Roger Armstrong said they need more information on how the program works in other areas of the country, and how other local ordinances allow it.

Summit County’s animal control staff didn’t recommend the idea, in a report that listed the “pros” and “cons”.     But Armstrong said it seemed to him that the “cons” were issues that already exist.       

Friday Film Review--"Concrete Cowboy"

May 14, 2021

Movie cowboys are back.    But maybe not the way you think.

Libby Wadman has the explanation, with this week’s Friday Film Review.

First time director and co-writer, Ricky Staub, has a winner with his film "Concrete Cowboy", based on the young adult novel "Ghetto Cowboy" by Greg Neri.

Early Childhood Alliance

Utah’s Childcare subsidy program administered through the Department of Workforce Services helps employed parents with childcare costs. Eligibility to receive federally funded subsidies do not apply for U.S. born children of immigrant parents.

KPCW reports on the impacts the policy has on mixed status families in Utah.