In this podcast of The Morning Mix, host John Wells and Peg Ijams broadcast live from the Olympic Welcome Plaza for Bike To Work Day with singer Amanda Johnson who performs live. Then its Trip Hopkins, President of the Utah Blues Society to talk about their upcoming event. Finally musician, Lisa Daggs and even KPCW General Manager Larry Warren chimes in.

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A second Park City resident has announced she will run for Park City Council and will file an official declaration of candidacy next week. Leslie Thatcher has more.

After a meeting with students and teachers who expressed concern about the remodel of the Park City High School library into a workspace for PCCAPS on Tuesday, at least one student isn't buying off on the plans. Leslie Thatcher reports.

ON this Bike to Work Day, Local News Hour host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Mountain Trails Foundation's Charlie Sturgis from one of three breakfast gathering spots. Clint McAfee and Jason Christensen talk about the proposed water pumping surcharge and water conservation. Park City council member Tim Henney has an update from Thursday's council meeting. Colin Hilton and Sandy Chio from the Utah Olympic Park have an update on the new training jumps and summer activities and Sam Schwoebel with Basin Recreation has a final bike to work  call-in from the Basin Fieldhouse.

On this podcast of Cool Science Radio, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells welcome Sean Silcoff, co-author of Losing the Signal: The Untold Story Behind the Extraordinary Rise and Spectacular Fall of Blackberry. Their second guest is David McClullough, author of "The Wright Brothers." he has twice received the Pulitzer Prize, for Truman and John Adams, and twice received the National Book Award, for The Path Between the Seas and Mornings on  Horseback.

ON today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County council member Kim Carson about the Silver Creek Development Agreement and whether bikers should be allowed in the off-leash dog park, Runamuck. Park City school superintendent Ember Conley and PCHS principal Bob O'Connor address the concerns raised by students and staff on re-purposing the high school library into a Media Center and new home for the PCCAPS program. Finally Park City Film Series director Katie Wang highlights tonight's SUP movie as well as this weekend's screening of Merchants of Doubt.

On Todays podcast of The Mountain Life the subject is Karma, Feeling Too Much, and entertaining and philosophic questions that ought to be posed on a long car ride, around the campfire, or on a bike ride.  We talk about all these enlightening topics today.

No joke: This firefighter is on the phone trying to get a ride for this mama duck and ducklings to a pond Thursday afternoon. In Deer Valley, of course. ‪

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Snyderville Planning commissioner Colin DeFord about wood burning stoves and the glare from the private chairlift in The Colony. Park City manger Diane Foster reviews the agenda which includes a proposed surcharge on water pumping charges to those who live in the highest elevations of town. Stu Johnson has details on this year's Bike to Work and School Day and Buster Pike and Ken Block with the Park City Sailing Club have details on this weekend's Sail-A-Polooza.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City planning Kirsten Whetstone about Wednesday's planning commission meeting.  Summit County manager Tom Fisher reviews the county council agenda, Pastor Charles Robinson is moderating Thursday's Project for Deeper Understanding on Death with Dignity. He's joined by two of the panelists, Yarrow Hospice director Liana Teteberg and Dr. Margaret Battin, a professor of philosophy and bioethics at the University of Utah and Teri Orr and Katie Wright have details on Thursday's TedXWomen event at the St. Regis.

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