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    Rec Report, July 4, 2015

    07/03/2015 03:57 PM MDT
    PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORTPark City Mountain Resort is open for the summer. Summer activities include lift-served mountain biking, hiking, an alpine 
    Parkite shines at Real Salt Lake Academy
    07/03/2015 03:57 PM MDT - Real Salt Lake's soccer season is in full swing, with the team hosting a game on July 4 against Orlando City before traveling to Colorado to take on Read more...

    Sailing open house set for July 9
    07/03/2015 03:57 PM MDT - Park City has been in the midst of an early-summer heat wave for the past couple of weeks, so the Park City Sailing Association is planning a way Read more...

    Basketball camp to feature pros
    07/03/2015 03:56 PM MDT - Founded in 2008 by Director Carson Sofro, HSBCamps has seen participation in its basketball camps balloon from 500 to more than 7,000. Read more...

    Sports Briefs, July 4, 2015
    07/03/2015 03:56 PM MDT - July 4 Mountain Fun RunOn July 4, the 33rd annual 5K Mountain Fun Run returns to Park City. Proceeds benefit the Park City Ski Team. Read more...

    Teams confirmed for Tour of Utah
    07/03/2015 03:56 PM MDT - Three new men's teams and seven women's teams have accepted invitations to compete in Tour of Utah races this August. Read more...

    DirtyBird Mud Run at Snowbird
    07/03/2015 03:56 PM MDT - Human Movement Management and Snowbird Ski & Snowboard Resort announced the commencement of construction of the inaugural DirtyBird Mud Run course Read more...

    New Utah Olympic Park water ramps open in style
    06/30/2015 04:50 PM MDT - World champion aerialist Mac Bohonnon took the first official jump off the new water ramps at the Spence Eccles Olympic Freestyle Pool on Saturday night, the culmination of the completion of Project Big Air at the Utah Olympic Park. Read more...

    Park City footballers learn from NFL players
    06/30/2015 04:40 PM MDT - Two years ago, football coach Aaron Alford unexpectedly passed away. He had just finished his first year running the G. Read more...

    212 Lacrosse competes in tough tourney
    06/30/2015 04:40 PM MDT - 212 Lacrosse of Park City participated in the Warrior Vail Shootout June 15-18. This tournament is widely considered the toughest test for western Read more...

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  • 140 pairs of underwear stolen from store hit by 4 bra heists

    WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) — First they took the bras. Now they've come back for the panties. Police say 140 pairs of underwear have been stolen from a northeast Pennsylvania store that's been struck by four bra heists since February. Full Story
    (Michael Dwyer/AP)
    America welcomes July 4 with hot dogs, cool music, cold beer

    As the nation gears up to celebrate America's birthday, here are some Fourth of July highlights from around the country: ——— IN AMERICA'S BIRTHPLACE: CONCERTS, A PARADE AND BEER Philadelphia started its Fourth of July celebration a little early. Full Story
    (Photo by Darren Carroll/Getty Images)
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