• The restorative power of familiar music - 11/25/2014 04:25 PM MST
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  • Sky's the limit for U.S. Aerials Team - 11/25/2014 04:12 PM MST
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    PCHS may close doors to open enrollment

    Projections have the school above its enrollment threshold next year
    11/25/2014 04:18 PM MST
    The growth in enrollment in the Park City School District over the past several years has stretched the district's resources, both financially and 
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    PCHS teacher shares passion for history
    11/25/2014 04:13 PM MST - It was a personal connection that first spurred Erin Miller's love for history. Having grown up Jewish in England during World War II, Miller's Read more...

    PCHS robotics is programmed for success
    11/25/2014 04:13 PM MST - Florent Astié remembers participating in the first few years of the Park City High School robotics program. Read more...

    New program helps families save for college
    11/25/2014 04:13 PM MST - Parkites have a unique option to think about this holiday season as they consider the gifts they'll give to loved ones. Read more...

    Education briefs, Nov. 26-28, 2014
    11/25/2014 04:13 PM MST - Free tutoring available at Treasure MountainTreasure Mountain Junior High is offering free tutoring to students. Read more...

    Laptop policies cause student concerns
    11/25/2014 04:13 PM MST - granting every student a free laptop for the entire school year, the Park City School District faces the inevitable problem of balancing security Read more...

    Organization aims to get men involved in education
    11/18/2014 04:47 PM MST - After moving his young family to Park City from the Bay Area nearly two years ago, it wasn't long before Court Durling realized there was a Read more...

    PCHS Sterling Scholars announced
    11/18/2014 04:47 PM MST - When Jayla Lundstrom, a senior at Park City High School, got the call to leave class and go to the counseling office, she was unsure what to make of Read more...

    Adult education program specializes in second chances
    11/18/2014 04:47 PM MST - On a brisk late-fall evening, Danely Aguirre sits alone in front of a computer in a room near the back of the Park City Learning Center. Read more...

    Education briefs, Nov. 19-21, 2014
    11/18/2014 04:47 PM MST - Presents for Paws projectThe Treasure Mountain Junior High leadership class is asking for donations to support its Presents for Paws project that Read more...

  • Local musician chases his dream - 11/11/2014 04:36 PM MST
  • Education briefs, Nov. 12-14, 2014 - 11/11/2014 04:36 PM MST
  • Students join the Live PC Give PC cause - 11/04/2014 04:46 PM MST
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    More art in German trove identified as looted

    BERLIN (AP) — The Jewish Claims Conference said Friday it has already identified a painting stolen by the Nazis among a newly published inventory of hundreds of works that belonged to late German collector Cornelius Gurlitt, and pushed for more time to investigate others. Full Story