Amber Hansen

Executive Director of Utah Open Lands Wendy Fisher talks about the Conservation Easement proposal for Bonanza Flat. The Park City Council will be voting on the final easement and management plan at their next council meeting in early January. Executive Director of the Peoples Health Clinic, Beth Armstrong and newly named Medical Director, John Hanrahan, MD talk to Carolyn about Dr. Hanrahan’s new assignment with the clinic. US Ski and Snowboard Communications Director Tom Horrocks gives a run down of the weekend’s world cup results.

Today's guests included Walt Evans and Traci Madson performing live and talking about the Musicians Showcase at the Dejoria Center.  Jessica Miller, Communications Manager at Park City Mountain, talks about all the holiday events including the torchlight parade.  Amber Hansen calls in from Egyptian Theatre with their schedule.  We introduce KPCW volunteer DJ Claire Wiley who has been

Listen to Friday’s The Morning Mix for a conversation with  Clinical Psychologist  Arthur Weinfeld who realized a tranformation from critical to creative thinker after 2 successful bouts against cancer. Also, conversations with Amber Hansen, Director of A Chorus Line, now on stage at Egyptian Theatre, Anna Wilson, Utah and Nashville-based singer songwriter presenting the 2nd annual TrouBeliever Songwriter Festival in Ogden this weekend and with musical guests Sundog Sky, who  perform live on air throughout the hour. All that and a full list of ALL the weekend events in our area.

On today’s program, Park City Water Quality and Treatment Manager Michelle DeHaan discusses the water quality consumer confidence report that was sent out to all Park City households last month. State Rep. Tim Quinn has an update on the tax reform task force and Amber Hansen from the Egyptian Theater will talk about their production of "A Chorus Line.” It opens Friday and runs through July 21st.

On today’s program, Summit County Council chairman Roger Armstrong has a recap of Wednesday's meeting, including a discussion about the budget for the Jeremy and Pinebrook roundabouts. Park City Ski and Snowboard Interim Director Christie  Hind talks about the process to fill the CEO void, and look back at the season and some of those who were honored at the recent award ceremonies as well as an update on the UOP Mountain expansion project.

On today’s program, Summit County Public Works Director Derek Radke discusses how - in a low snow year - staff keeps busy when not plowing, what the financial savings are, and what public works projects we'll see in 2018. Next we get a legislative update from Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber. Amber Hansen of The Egyptian Theatre has details about the Drifters shows this weekend. Finally, Coalville resident Margaret Bowman talks about her award from the National Weather Service's Cooperative Observer program for taking daily readings over the last 30 years.