Josh Hobson

The film, Wasted, The Story of Food Waste, will be airing Wednesday, June 20 at the Santy Auditorium.  It’s a documentary produced by the late Anthony Bourdain and focuses on what needs to be done to reduce and re-direct food that is lost to landfills.  Josh Hobson, a member of the Park City Leadership Class 24 discusses this film and a class project focusing on food waste and composting.

Park City events is expecting several hundred people to participate in the second annual March for Science this Saturday. The march, part of a larger nationwide effort, is the only one of its kind this year in Utah.  David Boyle has more

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County manager Tom Fisher who discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has a preview of Wednesday's planning commission meeting. PC MARC Wellness Coordinator Cole Johnson has details about next week’s wellness week and Founder of the March for Science Josh Hobson has details on Saturday's 2nd annual event.

We start with a preview of the “March For Science,” scheduled for April 14 in Park City, from Josh Hobson, the event’s organizer. Then we hear from Carl Hoffman, who writes about The Last Wild Men of Borneo: A True Story of Death and Treasure. Finally, John and Lynn speak with Sang-Hee Lee, South Korea's first paleoanthropologist and a professor at the University of California, Riverside, who investigates our evolving species in her new book, Close Encounters with Humankind.

The Mountain Life - January 17, 2018

Jan 17, 2018

On today’s show, Tim and Lynn explore the connection of arts and culture to our mountain lifestyle, curated by the Park City Summit County Arts Council.  It's a two-part conversation with a focus on food.  Art and culture can influence activism, and how that's ringing true in Park City, with a newly formed group that hopes to tackle the food waste issue, inspired by a documentary screened at the Park City Film Series. Next, it's all about art and food with Adam Ross, owner/chef at Twisted Fern.

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The Park City Rotary Club and KPCW hosted a candidate forum Tuesday featuring candidates for City Council.  Appearing on the program, Mark Blue, Tim Henney, Josh Hobson and Steve Joyce.  The forum  was moderated by KPCW’S Renai Bodley.

City Council Candidates Tim Henney, Josh Hobson, Steve Joyce and Mark Blue appeared on KPCW's  Election Forum Thursday, October 12th at 10 AM.  The one hour segment was moderated by KCPW News Director Leslie Thatcher and KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley.

Three KPCW on-air hosts will take a leave of absence from the station as they pursue their political aspirations. Leslie Thatcher has the story.

Josh Hobson to Run for Park City Council

May 22, 2017
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After declaring his candidacy for Park City Council two years ago, Josh Hobson was told he wasn’t eligible because he lived outside of the city limits. He has since fixed that by moving will be making his run for city council official once the filing window opens on June 1st. KPCW’s Melissa Allison brings us the story.

Local News Hour - May 22, 2017

May 22, 2017

On today’s program, Summit County planner Amir Caus has details about tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda. Park City Council candidate and KPCW DJ Josh Hobson introduces himself and his platform. Film maker Jenny Mackenzie, and Park City High student Grace Mason discuss the screening of the documentary "Dying in Vein,” being shown at Park City High Tuesday morning.

It looks like a cardboard cut-out of Park City's Congressman will be the star of the show at a town hall meeting Tuesday night.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:  

Local News Hour - April 17, 2017

Apr 17, 2017

ON today’s program, Summit County staff planners Tiffany Robinson and Sean Lewis discuss the items on Tuesday’s special meeting of the Snyderville Planning Commission. Ryan Walsh, Colleen McGinn and Sarah Jo Dickens - members of Leadership Class 23 – announce this year's class project. Park City Superintendent of Schools Ember Conley previews the School Board meeting which includes a preliminary look at next year’s school budget and Josh Hobson lead organizer for the Park City March for Science has details on Saturday’s event.

Cool Science Radio - March 30, 2017

Mar 30, 2017

On today’s program, Lynn and John start talking about Design Thinking with several designers who collaborate on innovation within Paypal.  They talk with Darwin Lui and Parker Kuncl, several of the speakers who will be in Park City next week for the Thin Air Festival. Then, Josh Hobson joins them in studio talking about the March of Science Park City, coming to town on April 22.

The Mountain Life - March 15, 2017

Mar 15, 2017

  Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney are joined by Amy Roberts, someone we visit with frequently but usually she is in a supporting role, this time we talk with Amy about the release of her new book, "Remorse.Then Dr. James Doty, professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University and director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education about his study of the connection between the head and the heart and his book,"Into the Magic Shop."Finally,  Josh Hobson who is organizing the Park City satellite of the global March for Science on April 22nd.

 

The number of candidates running for Park City Council last week dropped from 8 to 6 after two candidates withdrew from the race. One of those, Mark Blue cited family obligations and the other, Josh Hobson, would still be in the race except that he recently moved to a rental in Thaynes Canyon that is just a few yards outside the city limits. Still he says he'll be watching and contribution to the election rhetoric. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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