In the first half of the program, Chris and Nell speak with Christopher Wolsko, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Oregon State University about a recent study comparing liberal and conservative views on environmental stewardship. In the second half of the program, Peter Metcalf stops by to discuss the proposed Bears Ears National Monument.
Larry and Doug’s first guests are Carissa and Josh Devenport of Este Pizza which is expanding to Park Silly Market. In the second segment David Kottler of Summit Injury Law talks about ski injury and personal injury lawsuits.. In the last segment of the program Larry and Doug talk with Angela Duckworth, author of Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, a New York Times bestseller.
Investigators with the Utah County Sheriff's Office are at Sundance Mountain Resort Monday trying to find out how a 55 year-old woman died on the ZipTour Friday. Czar Johnson, Director of Mountain Operations for Sundance, says the fatality is not the result of mechanical failure or operator error. KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:
The first opposition to Vail's application to trademark the name "Park City" has been filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:
Update: From Kristin Williams, Vail VP, Mountain Community Affairs: "We are aware of the opposition filed by Park City Powder Cats & Heli-Ski. We have had friendly discussions with the owner already and are optimistic we can reach an agreement that addresses their concerns."
This morning on The Morning Mix, John and Christie introduce musical guests Bill McGinnis and Steve Seskin who perform live in studio. In segment two, Janet LePera stops by. Janet is one of the top LPGA instructors in the world. The final guest is Dude from Cole Sports talking about the Bike Swap happening this weekend benefiting the Mountain Trails Foundation.