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Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson has a recap of Wednesday's meeting and the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium and a look ahead at this month’s calendar. 

Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium. Summit County Council Member Glenn Wright has a recap on yesterday’s meeting. Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber has a legislative update focused on education issues and Kimball Art Center Marketing and Communications Director Amy Roberts has details on this year's Art of Love event.

Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium. Summit County Council Member Kim Carson recaps this week’s county council meeting. VOLT  or (Valley Opposition to Large Transmission Lines) Citizen representative Bengt Jonsson talks about the organization’s deadline to raise $1.5 million in order  to put the new power lines underground.

On today’s program, the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium. Summit County Council Chair Doug Clyde recaps yesterday’s meeting. Co-Author of the book, The Suspect, Kevin Salwen talks about the book that ultimately led to the Clint Eastwood film, Richard Jewell. Salwen was the Wall Street Journal southeast editor during the 1997 Olympic games. He'll be presenting at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Center of Excellence tonight at 6:30 pm.

On today’s program, the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium, The Aeronauts. Midway City Council Member Elect Kevin Payne talks about his upcoming term. Summit County Librarian Dan Compton and Park City Librarian Adriane Juarez discuss the changes to our public libraries and comment on the Utah Public Libraries boycott of Macmillan eBooks and Park City Economic Development Manager Jonathan Weidenhamer talks about how the new drop and load zones are working and the enforcement efforts on Main Street.

On today’s program, Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium. Park City Acting Manager Matt Dias and Mayor Andy Beerman reflect on 2019 and look ahead to the city's priorities for 2020, Midway City Councilmember Elect Steve Dougherty talks about his goals for his upcoming term and Chair of the Wasatch County Latino Coalition Yuri Jenson has a look at some of the results from a survey the Coalition conducted of the Latino community this past summer. 

Local News Hour - December 19, 2019

Dec 19, 2019

On today’s program, Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening of The Two Popes. The Founder and Director of Live Like Sam, Ron Jackenthal invites the community to help stamp handprints on the newly painted rails at Park City Mountain. Newly elected Heber City Council Member Ryan Stack talks about his goals for his four year term that starts next month and Solider Hollow Guest Engagement Sr. Manager Jennifer McCulloch has details about the opening of Soldier Hollow activities.

On today’s program, Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium. Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong with an update on Wednesday’s final meeting of 2019. Woodward Park City General Manager Shaydar Edelmann and Senior Marketing Manager Tucker Norred have details about this Saturday’s grand opening.

On Today’s program, Ballet West Development Director Sarah West and Park City Film Director Katy Wang have details about Thursday’s film screening of the Nutcracker – Behind the Scenes. Park City Museum Director Sandra Morrison has details on Tomorrow’s lecture, “Remembering the Ladies: The Fight for Women’s Rights.” It’s also free locals’ day at the Museum. Christian Center of Park City Programs Director Pete Stoughten on Operation Hope. The US Ski and Snowboard Report. And the Park City Education Foundation monthly update.

Tis the season for another fabulous film review panel. Rick Brough, Katy Wang, Barbra Bretz and Libby Wadman talk about the films expected for the upcoming 2020 Sundance Film Festival. The film panelists weigh in on the movies that are being considered Oscar contenders and discuss a few of the the upcoming Christmas blockbusters.

On today’s program, Summit County Deputy Manager Janna Young discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Project for a Deeper Understanding organizer Pastor Charles Robinson and the Moderator of the event and Director of Mountainlands Community Housing Trust Scott Loomis talk about the Nov. 7th discussion, titled "High  Rents - Low Wages." Olympian Bryan Fletcher and Dr. Robert "Winnie" Winn have details about how to participate in the 2nd annual Shred for Red - set for Deer Valley's opening day, Dec. 7th. Filmmaker Jenny MacKenzie and Park City Film Ex.

On today’s program, Park City School District Chief Academic Officer Dr.  Amy Hunt talks about her new role in the district and what priorities she's working on for this school year. The Founder of the Sports Neurology Clinic in Michigan and Park City, Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher has details about next month's International Congress for Athlete Brain Health and the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details about the opening of the Film Series this Friday night.

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Park City Film has been offering free Tuesday night screenings throughout the summer and those wrap up next week.  Tonight’s film is “He Named Me Malala” about the Pakistani girl who advocates for education for women. Plus, the annual Drive In movie experience is happening later this week. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has this preview.

In partnership with the Park City Library, Park City Film has presented the International Summer Film Series, featuring foreign films like March of the Penguins and Bend it Like Becham.

On today’s program, Summit County Fair Manager Tyler Orgill has details about the County Fair and its conclusion this weekend.  PC MuSE co-founder Bill McGinnis  discusses his plans for the gathering place on Bonanza Drive for local singers and songwriters and the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details about their final summer screenings Drive-in on August 10th. But also, "He Named Me Malala" on August 6th and the Seattle Children's Film Festival shorts collection on August 13th.

On today’s program,  Former Park City Attorney Tom Clyde talks about the legacy of Arlene Loble, former Park City Manager who died last week. Elsa Gary - Co-Founder of Voterise and Activist Jill Lesh talk about their 2020 Challenge and the voter registration training session coming up June 29th at the Christian Center of Park City. Friends of Ski Mining History Co-Founder Sally Elliott and Park City Police Captain Phil Kirk talk about the vandalism of historic structures and ideas for prevention and clean up.

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