Mtn Accord
Would you like to see a direct, year-round connection between Park City and Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons like The Mountain Accord group is suggesting?
 Yes. A connection would reduce traffic on I-80 and S.R.224 and would boost tourism.
 No. It would dilute Park City s destination appeal and encourage more development on the Wasatch Front.
 Maybe. More studies are needed on the potential environmental and economic impacts.
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In Mountain Accord, is there a 'grand bargain' or a 'non-answer?'

Parkites offer wide range of opinions about plans for the Wasatch
A large crowd of Parkites and others gathered Tuesday night to discuss long-range plans for the Wasatch Mountain region, broaching a wide variety of Read more...
SPORTS
U.S. Grand Prix returns to PCMR

Boarders, skiers to compete this weekend
Last year, the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Park City Mountain Resort was a showcase of the best slopestyle and halfpipe skiers the world had to offer, Read more...
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Sandra Doore explores the art and psyche of texting in 'Lost in Translation '

The artist will also give free Art Talk
Visual artist Sandra Doore is interested in how people communicate, especially when it comes to texting. Read more...
BUSINESS
Forbes-recognized lawyer finds fashion industry is just her style

Ali Grace Marquart was recently named to Forbes 30 Under 30 list
Ali Grace Marquart left Park City for the University of Southern California with a dream. But it's funny how dreams can change. Read more...
EDUCATION
South Summit makes administration change

High school and middle schools principals will switch positions next year
The principals of South Summit High School and South Summit Middle School will swap positions next year, Shad Sorenson, the district's superintendent Read more...
 
SPORTS
U.S. Grand Prix returns to PCMR

Boarders, skiers to compete this weekend
Last year, the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Park City Mountain Resort was a showcase of the best slopestyle and halfpipe skiers the world had to offer, Read more...
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