KCPX-FM ("K98.7") and sister station KUTR (AM-1320) broadcast the award-winning "Utah '91" public affairs program each weekend.

The show airs first on KUTR, Saturdays at 11 p.m. On KCPX-FM, it is broadcast Sunday at 6:30-8 a.m. and repeats again at 11 p.m. The 90-minute program addresses topics concerning Utah and celebrity guests on the show are not uncommon."We select the topics by contacting community leaders and organizations to determine their needs and what they feel Utahns need to know about," Erin Fraser, public service director for the station said. "We also monitor major news stories in the press."

"Utah '91" has won three national awards this year. The program was honored by the National Coalition of Christian Churches for its compassionate religious coverage, by Americans for Prison Reform for a series on abuses and problems in Utah's correctional system and by the Boy's and Girl's Clubs of America for coverage of unprivileged youth.

During the past two years, Fraser has conducted interviews with such notables as Gov. Norman Bangerter, Salt Lake Mayor Palmer DePaulis, former BYU quarterbacks Steve Young and Robbie Bosco, LDS Young Women's President Ardeth Kapp and LDS Relief Society President Elaine Jack.