Live Like Sam/Woodward Park City

The Live Like Sam nonprofit organization and Woodward Park City announced the winners of the Live Like Sam & Woodward Park City Latinx Scholarship on Monday. The four lucky recipients will receive a week-long camp experience at Woodward Park City this summer.


The scholarships are an effort between Live Like Sam, Woodward Park City, the Solomon Fund, Bright Futures, and SOS Outreach and are aimed at providing summer camp opportunities to well-deserving youth in the local Latinx community.


Friday Film Review--"Radioactive"

6 hours ago

Libby Wadman, with this week’s Friday Film Review, says that the true story of scientific pioneer Marie Curie is remarkable.   But she says this latest film biography has its drawbacks.

Now streaming on Amazon is the new film “Radioactive” from director Marjane Satrapi, who is known for her graphic novel, “Persepolis” and for directing the movie based on that novel.


A Brigham Young University mask study shows the death rate from COVID-19 is reduced when masks are used while in public. There’s clear evidence that face coverings reduce the spray of droplets and therefore the incidence of disease transmission.

Wearing a face mask has become politicized in some media outlets and on social media. The original recommendations early in the COVID-19 pandemic, were to conserve PPE, such as face masks, for those who were on the front lines of the health crisis.


The Park City Council meets Tuesday at 4 in a work session with the Zoom public meeting starting at 6 P.M. It’s the last meeting before a recess which will extend until the middle of September.

Park City Council, in their work session, will address the issue of existing encroachments on city property. Park City Manager Matt Dias says these are typically driveways in the historic district which have what he calls misaligned rights of way. He says they’re often old trails or roads from the mining days.

U.S. Forest Service

Suppression efforts have continued over the weekend against the Upper Provo fire, burning near the Mirror Lake Highway in the Uinta mountains.

The U.S. Forest Service is reporting that the blaze started early Friday afternoon, about 22 miles east of Kamas in the Murdock Basin area. An investigation is underway, but the fire is reported as human-caused.

The fire has burned some 336 acres and is 8% contained.

On Saturday, emergency responders put up containment lines on the east and west sides of the blaze.

Mountain Money - August 3, 2020

12 hours ago

Mountain Money co-hosts Doug Wells and Roger Goldman interview (1:21) Timothy Moser, creator of Master of Memory.  Timothy will take us through how he built a successful on-line business based on teaching others how to learn Spanish.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 05:23) Park City Manager Matt Dias has details about Tuesday's special council meeting - the final meeting until September 17th.

( 22:32) Park City Sunrise Rotary Member Cheryl Butler and the Ex. Director of The Bicycle Collective Donna McAleer talk about Saturday’s Bicycle Donation Drive.

( 33:30) Executive Director of the Christian Center of Park City Rob Harter has an update on the services the organization offers to the community.

Cada Domingo - Elton Monroy Durán

23 hours ago

We Continue our series about the 2019 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. 

Cada Domingo - Ermiya Faneian

23 hours ago

In an attempt to maintain social responsibiltiy during the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's Utah Trans Pride Festival will take place digitally and will include performances, speakers, and panel discussions. Ermiya Fanaeian will be a keynote speaker during the event. She joins us to talk about the importance of representation and access to resources for all people, and some of the challenges LGBTQ+ members of the community face in having access to these. The event is being organized by Genderbands and is open to all the public.
Saturday, August 15, 2020 starting at 2:30

Cada Domingo - Trudy Brereton & Juri Jenson

Aug 2, 2020

Trudy Brereton, Health Educator with the Wasatch County Health Department and Yuri Jensen, President of the Wasatch Latino Coalition join us to update us on the latest information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in Wasatch County.  We talk about the latest cases, the decision to reopen schools and the guidelines that the Utah Health Department has given to the leadership in Utah.