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New beer has Wasatch Brewery bubbling with excitement
Polygamy Nitro Porter, a nitrogenated beer, is the brewery's latest libation
03/27/2015 04:42 PM MDT
For Greg Schirf, founder of Wasatch Brewery and a connoisseur of dark, malty beers, the dream of discovering how to nitrogenate a bottled porter had Read more...
Local running company takes first strides to success
03/27/2015 04:42 PM MDT - Dating back to his days on his junior high cross-country team, Canice Harte has always been a runner. Read more...
Park City Chamber/Bureau wants to hear from members
03/27/2015 04:42 PM MDT - The Park City Chamber/Bureau doesn't want to rest on its laurels. To that end, it is asking members to provide feedback on its services through an Read more...
Legislative session a success for local business community
03/20/2015 04:19 PM MDT - With visitors flocking to the state, Utah's tourism industry has earned a boost from the Utah Legislature. Read more...
Park Record staffers earn accolades from Utah Press Association
03/17/2015 05:00 PM MDT - Whether it was covering the high-profile lawsuit surrounding Park City Mountain Resort or a high school soccer match or designing a high-impact Read more...
Animal rescue to open this summer near Brown's Canyon
03/17/2015 10:53 AM MDT - Lauren Lockey eases into a chair in her large living room, turns her head and peers out of the window into the distance beyond her home, where a ravine slopes gently below. It is there where in the coming months she will see her dream realized. Read more...
Lodging to hit late-month lull, then finish strong
03/13/2015 04:41 PM MDT - Apart from one snowstorm at the beginning of March, the late-winter white stuff never fell. And while worries that scenario would keep visitors away Read more...
Officials: Pizza shop burglar steals 100 candy bars, cookies
PLEASANTVILLE, Pa. (AP) — State police in northwestern Pennsylvania are looking for a burglar who just may have some cavities — or, at least, a sweet tooth. Full Story
Integration, reconciliation recounted in 'The Class of 65'
"The Class of '65: A Student, a Divided Town and the Long Road to Forgiveness" (Public Affairs), by Jim Auchmutey In 1965, the all-white high school in the small, south Georgia town of Americus ended its policy of racial segregation and admitted black students for the first time. Full Story
'The Sopranos' Drea De Matteo loses New York home in explosion
'Modern Family’ actress Sarah Hyland grew up across the street from buildings that burned and collapsed in accident caused by gas and plumbing work.