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Park City Board of Realtors President Mark Jacobsen shares the details about the 4th quarter of 2020.

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Roger Armstrong provides a summation of the Summit County council meeting last evening, including a discussion on the traffic alternatives at Kimball Junction. 

Today on The Local News Hour

(02:02) - Utah Avalache Forecast Center Report

(10:05) - Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong recaps Wednesday's council meeting.

(26:26) - Wasatch County Council member Kendall Crittenden.

(38:52) - Park City Board of Realtors President Mark Jacobsen has details from the 4th quarter of 2020.

On today's episode of The Mountain Life:

Jen Rattray, founder and owner of Fairweather Natural Foods, talks about the perfect blend of healthy ingredients that have kept her small business going for 30 years. 

Park City Manager Matt Dias and Deputy City Manager David Everett talk with Leslie Thatcher about what's on the agenda for the city council meeting. 

Heber City Mayor speaks with Leslie Thatcher about Tuesday night's North Village Overlay Zone vote and provides an update on rate fee increases. 

Today on The Local News Hour:

(01:41) - Utah Avalanche Forcast Center Report

(09:59) - Heber City Mayor Kelleen Potter talks about last night's North Village Overlay Zone vote, and provides an update on rate fee increases.

(21:56) - Park City Manager Matt Dias and Deputy City Manager David Everett preview this week's city council meeting.

(40:47) - Don Taylor, Mountainlands Association of Governments Wasatch County Regional Trails Planner, shares a trail update. 

Today on The Local News Hour

(01:55) - Utah Avalache Forecast Center Report

(04:15) - Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's Summit County council meeting.

(21:11) - Utah Film Center Exectuive Director Patrick Hubley talks about the reimagined format for presenting engaging independent films for kids during the COVID-19 pandemic.

(31:00)  Executive Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox has the latest on open space. 

Today on The Local News Hour:

(02:17) - Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Report 

(09:19) - Cheryl Soshnik has an update on the Park City Senior Center.

(21:51) - U. S. Ski and Snowboard Update with Communications Manager Lara Carlton. 

(30:35) - Executive Director of Nuzzles & Co. Lindsay Ortega has details about this week’s water line break and the need for help with fostering cats.

(36:04) - Executive Director of Christian Center of Park City Rob Harter has an update on the services the organization offers.

On Today's Local News Hour

(00:02) - Utah Avalanche Center Report 

 

(08:42) - Peace House Executive Director Kendra Wyckoff talks about the challenges the Peace House is facing during the pandemic and how its residential units are being used to serve those in need.

 

( 22:58) - Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has end of the year reflections on 2020, plus a preview of the State of the City and what's next for Vision 2020.

 

( 36:07) - Sundance Film Festival Programmer Heidi Zwicker talks World Cinema screenings in this year's festival.

On Today's Local News Hour

(01:16) - Utah Avalanche Center Report.

(05:51) - Summit County Council Member, Glenn Wright, recaps Wednesday's meeting.

(23:41) - Director of Regional Planning with Mountainland Association of Governments Shawn Seager talks about Wasatch County’s Interlocal meeting. Last night he presented on behalf of affordable housing and the Wasatch Back 2050 land use mapping tool.

(38:12) - Sundance Film Festival Programmer Charlie Sextro talks about this year's narrative feature film lineup.

Today on The Mountain Life:

Park City native and Olympic cross country skier, Rosie Brennan, shares an in-depth interview about becoming a World Cup leader this season and how she and the US Women's team are making history. 

Today on The Mountain Life:

Steve Leder, senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles and author of many books, including his newest, The Beauty of What Remains, in which he takes readers on the journey of loss and grief that is common to us all. Leder teaches people how to shoulder grief and loss in a way that will help us emerge with wellbeing and even joy on the other side. 

On Today's Local News Hour:

(02:42) - Utah Avalanche Center Report 

(04:36) - Utah State Rep. Mike Kohler from District 54 has an update on this year's legislative session.

(21:52) - Snyderville Basin Planning Commission Chairman Ryan Dickey has details from Tuesday's meeting.

(38:07) - Sundance Film Festival Director of Strategic Initiatives and Senior Programmer John Nein gives the lowdown on the talks and events that are free and open to the public at festival.sundance.org.

Today on the Local News Hour:

Happy 40th Birthday to KPCW!

(07:25) - Summit County Council Member Kim Carson has a recap of yesterday’s meeting.

(21:30) - President and CEO of Ski Utah Nathan Rafferty has details of the 2019-20 ski season – Utah’s 4th best ever despite the early closure due to the pandemic.

(31:40) - Blaire Feulner, founder of KPCW, talks about how the station started 40 years ago and KPCW General Manager Renai Miller talks about the future of the station.

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