The Park City Women’s Expo comes October 13 and 14. Organizers say the inaugural event is all about education, support and community. Melissa Allison has more:

Heber Ave. Closed Due To Busted Water Line

Oct 2, 2018

Park City officials issued an emergency contract to replace the water line on Heber Avenue after it busted Thursday – spilling about 200,000 gallons of water in 90 minutes. The repairs will require Heber Avenue to close through October starting as soon as Tuesday night.  Melissa Allison brings us the latest:


The Park City Board of Education met Tuesday  morning in a work session. The School Board’s goals were discussed which included a new policy on how the board will communicate with the media. Job survey results were presented and Board President, Andrew Caplan read a statement about their plans to bond for capital projects next year.  Carolyn Murray has this:

On average, Park City uses 3,000 gallons of water per minute of water year-round. But that’s with leaks. Melissa Allison brings us an update on the city’s efforts to identify and repair them:

In the second half of the program, Chris and Nell speak with Paul Greenberg, the author of the new book, “The Omega Principal, Seafood and the Quest for a Long Life and a Healthier Planet.” Omega 3 fatty acids – or fish oil – have long been touted by doctors and dieticians as a key to a healthy heart and sharper brain.  But, what’s the impact of harvesting tons of anchovies and sardines to the marine food chain?

This summer was Utah's warmest on record.  September was well above average and also one of the driest.  And today most of the state is facing warnings for "flash floods".   What's going on?  Chris and Nell speak with Brian McInerney from the National Weather Service to better understand our shifting temperatures and weather patterns.  

Wednesday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 pm Mountain Mediation invites the public to hear a presentation entitled Communication After Trauma at the Blair Education Center at the Park City Hospital.

Natalie Segall is an attorney, mediator and a member of the Mountain Mediation board. She explains why they’re speaking about trauma.

Local News Hour - October 2, 2018

Oct 2, 2018

On today’s program, Cheryl Fox, director of Summit Land Conservancy has an update on local open space issues. Summit County Emergency Manager Chris Crawley has details about the weather in which the National Weather Service has issued a possibility for flash flooding. Also, what the county is doing around the burn scars from this summer’s fires and the need for CERT volunteers.

Pure Midway

Residents of Midway are being asked to approve a $5 million open space bond on this November's ballot--even while all of Wasatch County will also consider an open space bond of up to $10 million on the same election day.

The citizens group Pure Midway is campaigning for the local bond and a representative talked to KPCW on Monday.

The Pure Midway group is hosting a meeting on Tuesday, October 2nd, starting at 6:00 pm at Midway's Community Center. A representative for the group, Kate Noble, said attendees are invited to make their arguments for and against the bond.

Artist Nestor Jimenez joins the show. Cada Domingo discusses his art, inspiration, his history, and his experiences as a US citizen who lived in Venezuela and México for the largest part of his life. He also discusses his involvement with the art group @Nopalera Artist Collective.