Charlie Sturgis

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis from Mountain Trails Foundation talks about their proposal to build offices at the Quinn’s Trailhead. Bright Futures Coordinator Rebeca Gonzales talks about the program’s first class to graduate high school this month and then off to college. Two of those students join her, Jenny Celestino and Issac Cortes. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has a recap of last night's meeting and Park City Reads Executive Director Elissa Aten and Phoebe Beacham, Founder of Decoding Dyslexia Utah talk about the dyslexia presentation on Monday.

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The Mountain Trails Foundation and Snyderville Basin Recreation District sent representatives to the Professional Trail Builders Association Conference in Grand Junction last week. The conference attracted hundreds of trail-building businesses from all over the world.

Executive Director of Park City Mountain Trails Foundation, Charlie Sturgis gives an update on conditions and asks mountain bikers to exercise good judgement and sty off of muddy trails. Director of the Park City Ski and Snowboard Team, John Kanarowski talks about the information event for parents on Wednesday and the upcoming Annual Ski Swap the first weekend in November. Kim Carson talks about the UDOT decision to turn a chain up area near the Silver Creek Woodside Homes neighborhood into a full-time, overnight big rig parking area.

Executive Director of Mountain Trails Foundation, Charlie Sturgis called in with his weekly trails report. -Bea Peck, Snyderville Basin Planning Commission Chair-person talks about Wednesday’s meeting. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman gives a recap on the meeting last night.  October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and Shellie Burrow, Founder and Principal from the SAIL Academy- a school that specializes in Dyslexic learners-talks about her school and her students and how they can be successful.

Today’s guests include Charlie Sturgis, Executive Director of Mountain Trails Foundation. He joins us with a trails report highlighting the rain caused muddy conditions this weekend on Park City’s trails. Connor Boyack, President of Libertas Institute has the details of the agreement with the Legislature to legalize Medical Marijuana in Utah. Pete Stoughton from the Christian Center and Heather Simms with the Winer Sports Alliance have a run down of the annual winter coat drive to provide warm weather coats and accessories for kids in Park City.

Executive Director of Mountain Trails, Charlie Sturgis talks about the big running events happening in Round Valley this weekend and next.Park City Council Member, Becca Gerber gives an update on the Council Meeting. They approved code changes to address event fatigue in Park City.Blake Fonnesbeck and Robbie Smooth gave description of the shoulder season changes to parking fees beginning on Monday.Terri Orr, Executive Director of the Park City Performing Arts Institute shares the diverse line up scheduled for this winter with some preview shows scheduled in October.

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report and details about Sunday’s annual Tour de Suds. Preserve Park City representative and Old Town Resident John Stafsholt talks about this grassroots organization whose members want Proposition 1 to pass. Park City Council member Lynn Ware Peek with a recap of last night's meeting.

The special guests in next week’s Miner’s Day Parade will be the two people just honored by Park City Rotary—the Volunteer Citizen of the Year, Craig Cooper, and the Professional Citizen of the Year, Mountain Trails Foundation director Charlie Sturgis.

Both men dropped by KPCW’s studio last week to talk about what motivates them.

Local News Hour - August 24, 2018

Aug 24, 2018

Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Rotary Club's Professional Citizen of the Year Charlie Sturgis and Volunteer Citizen of the Year Craig Cooper. United States Congressional District 1 Democratic candidate Lee Castillo talks about his campaign against Republican incumbent Rob Bishop. Vanessa DiPalma Wright and Cindy Levine have details about Femme and Fierce - a pop up fashion activism party to support the Surefire Girls organization and Park City Friends of Library Co-Presidents Marlene Peacock and Jean Daly have details on next week's Used Book Sale.

The Park City Rotary Club has presented this year’s Linda Singer Berrett Professional Citizen of the Year Award to Charlie Sturgis. As head of the Mountain Trails Foundation, Sturgis has played a key role in overseeing Park City’s renowned trail system.

In the Rotary presentation on Tuesday, almost everyone honoring Sturgis talked about the mottoes, or life lessons he’s fostered about trails, or living in Park City. Tom Peak offered a couple of examples.

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Public Works Director Derek Radke has an update on the Kilby Road improvements. Some extensive changes are happening in the next week, including the start of school. Park City Council Member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting. Leadership Park City Founder Myles Rademan with details on how to apply – and why you should apply – to be a part of Leadership Class 25.

On today's show Charlie Sturgis has today’s Mountain Trails report. Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman recaps last night's city council meeting. Utah Olympic Park Marketing Manager Kole Nordman has details on Saturday's Psicobloc climbing competition and the Founder of Giving Artfully Kids Sitinee Sheffert talks about her and her family’s temporary move to Park City for a 5-month experiment of where to live.

  

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s s Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez has words of wisdom and cautions on hiking in the woods, given the recent outcome of the Ray Humphery’s search. President and CEO of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, Colin Hilton talks about the new Athlete Housing facilities being built at the Utah Olympic Park and Summit County Democratic Chair Cheryl Butler fills us in on last night's meeting, as well as other happenings with the local Democratic party.

Executive Director of the Mountain Trails Foundation, Charlie Sturgis has an update on the Jupiter Peek Steeple Chase, the Upcoming Mid-Mountain Marathon and the progress on new trails opening in the area.Teri Orr, Executive Director of the Park City Performing Arts Institute tells KPCW they want to move the remaining shows scheduled for August and September at Quinn's Junction in to town to the City Park venue. This due to the success of the Grace Potter concert held in City Park on Friday, July 13th.

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Charlie Sturgis who has this week’s trails report. Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter and Summit County Investigator Christina Sally have details on the upcoming annual Children's Justice Center "Ride for Justice" - a law enforcement supported motorcycle ride that benefits abused children July 20th. Park City Council member Steve Joyce has a recap of last night's meeting.

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