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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Abandoning Accord would be an unpardonable mistake

The Park Record editorial, February 28 March 3, 2015
02/27/2015 05:09 PM MST
When hiking or skiing among the wildflower-filled meadows and snow-filled bowls of the central Wasatch Mountains it is easy to believe that 
New design for Main Street project flies under the radar
02/24/2015 04:31 PM MST - On Friday, City Hall staffers will accept public input about a developer's plan to convert the site that currently houses the Kimball Art Center into Read more...

Future of Wasatch Mountains depends on your feedback
02/20/2015 04:29 PM MST - A multiagency group tasked with charting a plan for the central Wasatch Mountains has penciled in a blueprint to address concerns about Read more...

Tom Clyde: As sexy as a bus

More Dogs on Main
02/27/2015 05:09 PM MST
No child ever went to bed on Christmas Eve hoping that Santa would bring him a toy bus. The toy train hobby thrives, not only among children but 
Amy Roberts: The same, but different
02/24/2015 04:07 PM MST - Since moving to Park City a number of years ago, I have never really had a burning desire to ski outside of Utah. Read more...

Jay Meehan: A cosmological imperative
02/24/2015 04:07 PM MST - The philosophical ethic recently laid out by Salt Lake City-based writer and documentarian Scott Carrier in an essay included in the Feb. Read more...

Tom Clyde: A sign from above
02/20/2015 04:29 PM MST - If it snows this weekend, I'm taking full credit for it. The TV weather guy who is on the radio (only in Park City) said we might see 6 to 12 inches Read more...

Teri Orr: Still, the pen is mightier
02/20/2015 04:29 PM MST - All week long when I hit a bump or dip with my car, there was clunk in the trunk, as if a heavy object was sliding around. Read more...

Jay Meehan: Blindsides to the delivery system
02/17/2015 04:37 PM MST - "The medium is the message."~ Marshall McLuhanFor one whose relationship with change is problematic at best, the recent upheaval within the national Read more...

Amy Roberts: Fifty shades of fiction
02/17/2015 04:37 PM MST - If my nose isn't in someone else's business, it's usually in a book. I read a lot. I read mostly for what I call my three E's: escape, entertainment Read more...

(Stephen McCausland/AP)
Maine weighs revoking seat belt law days after 75-car pileup

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — It's an effort that even the bill's sponsor acknowledges is poor timing. Just two days after a 75-vehicle pileup injured at least 17 people in the state, lawmakers in Maine are considering legislation that would allow adults to opt out of wearing seat belts. Full Story
(Rebecca Blackwell/AP)
World's biggest private Harry Potter collection on display

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A young Mexican's fascination with Harry Potter has grown into the world's biggest private collection of toys, books, clothes and other items related to author J. Full Story