Local News Hour

On today's Local News Hour, Charlie Sturgis with Mountain Trails Foundation talks about the process of allowing a dogs on - dogs off schedule on local trails. Summit County fire warden Bryce Boyer discusses the upcoming fire season he's preparing for. Vern Latham is a partner in VCBO Architects and talks about the Master Planning Commission's preferred alternative - Scheme 3.

On today's Local news Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County council member David Ure and gets his take on Tesoro's announcement that the pipeline is on permanent hold and the toughening up of the county's anti-idling ordinance. Sundance Managing Director Sarah Pearce and Park City Chamber Bureua director Bill Malone discuss the release of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival  Economic Impact findings which pumped more than $83 million into the Utah economy. Actors in this weekend's Youth Theater production of Alice in Wonderland talk about their roles and Mrs.

On today's Local News Hour, Snyderville Basin planning commissioner Chuck Klingenstein discusses the commission's reaction to the newest information regarding Whole Foods move to the Canyon Corner parcel along Landmark Drive. Park City manager Diane Foster and budget manager Nate Rockwood review the proposed capital improvements plan for the coming fiscal year. Katie Mullaly with the Sumjit County Health Dpartmet talks about the WIC program and bike safety and Youth Sports Alliance director Aimee Preston has an update on its successful fundraiser efforts.

On today's Local news Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County planner Ray Milliner about Whole Foods proposed new location. The item goes back for another review before the Snyderville Planning Commission. The Utah Foundation just released the fourth in a series of reports on Utah's growing population - this time on Education.  Shawn Teigen reveals the findings. Actress, activist and now Maria Bello is the new guest in the Sundance Author Series brunch.

ON today's Local News Hour, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council member Kim Carson. The Utah chapter of the Sierra Club is hosting a social Saturday night - the director Mark Clemmens has details. Melissa Brooke the executive Director of Women's Ski Jumping talks about Olympic Day coming up this Saturday and Diane Bode with two former students of Another Way School talks about this weekend's open house and fundraiser.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board Member Julie Eihausen about the board's decision to move forward with remodeling the PCHS library even though the cost came in at three times the estimate. She also had information on how to apply for the board vacancy with Moe Hickey resigning. Park city Manager Diane Foster talks about growth and next year's  budget and the need to pay some city employees more so they can staff the positions. Nine applicants have filed for four positions on the Historic Preservation Board.

ON today's Local News Hour, Cheryl Fox director of the Summit Land Conservancy talks about her trip back to Washington D.C. to meet with Utah's congressional delegation. Outgoing PCCAPS director Jennifer Jackent hal says now that the program is doing well, it's time for her to move on. Summit County manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting and Canyons General Manager Mike Goar talks about his new job - in Keystone, Colorado.

Lynn Ware Peek hosts the Local News Hour, with guests Bob Wheaton, general manager of Deer Valley Resort, Alpinist Connie Self, Park City Manager Diane Foster, Park City Women's Business Network President Kathleen Barlow and Summit County Democratic Party Chair Glenn Wright.

In today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley about how the master planning committee is proceeding with grade realignments, school start times and a possible new school.  Then, the season recap with U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association's Tom Kelly. Two Park City Toastmasters win their area competition this past weekend and Evan Palazo of the Hot Sardines tells us what to expect at their show Saturday night at the Eccles Center.

In today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Alison Butz, director of the Historic Park City Alliance.  They discuss what could be a record season for Main Street businesses and what to do about the lack of parking as Main Street sees increasing growth.

During today's Local News Hour, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County council member David Ure about the Wilderness proposal the council approved and that he helped formulate.  Not everyone supports the gondola connection between Canyons and Park City Mountain Resort and Leslie talks with three residents who submitted their concerns to the Park City planning commission. Finally, Evelyn Everton with the Utah Child Protection Registry warns parents about the risks of sharing too much information about their children online.

Patrick Shea

Today's podcast of the Local News Hour featuring Pat Shea, attorney and former director of the US Bureau of Land Management - Peace House Director Jane Patten and President of the Board Jim Smith to talk about new campus at Quinn's Junction and Katy Wang director of Park City Film Series, Peregrine Bosler, development manager at Park City Community Foundation and Lauren Vitulli Women's Giving Foundation mentoring coordinator.

Thriving Lifestyles: Being Mindful

Jul 30, 2013

Originally aired July 3, 2013.

Katie Mullaly and Shelly Worley from the Summit County Health Department stopped by The Local News Hour to share the first of ten keys to having a thriving life:

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Mindfulness, Choices and Actions.

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