Reader Submissions

The Park Record has been Park City’s community newspaper for more than 130 years and readers are encouraged contribute stories, photos, letters and more.

Please note that requirements and deadlines vary and be sure to include contact information in case we have questions.

If you have any questions or suggestions please call 435-649-9014 or e-mail


Letters to the Editor
The Park Record welcomes letters to the editor on any subject. We ask that the letters adhere to the following guidelines: They must include the home (street) address, telephone number (day and night, if different) of the author. No letter will be published under an assumed name. Letters must not contain libelous material. Letters should be no longer than about 300 words (about 600 words for guest editorials) and should, if possible, be typed. We reserve the right to edit letters if they are too long of if they contain statements that are unnecessarily offensive or obscene. Writers are limited to one letter every seven days. Letters thanking event sponsors can list no more than six individuals and/or businesses. Letters are printed on a first-come first-serve basis. Please send letters to:
Guest Editorials
Guest editorials are limited to 600 words and must be signed. We generally publish no more than two Guest Editorials per edition and some submissions may be edited down to fit within the letter format. Send editorial submissions to:


Obituaries, weddings, anniversaries, and birth announcements
Announcements must be finalized and submitted by 10:00 a.m. on Monday for Wednesday's paper, and by 10:00 a.m. Thursday for Saturday's paper. To purchase a space for obituary, wedding, anniversary, and birth announcements, please contact

Events Calendar

Submit an event
Upcoming events can be posted on The Park Record's free online calendar. The information is used in both our print and online calendars. Click here to submit an event: Event Submission Form


Sports stories and scores
Send us announcements about upcoming sports events, stories about your local sports club or team, and scores from local games and sports events. Send tips to


Submit a Photo
Photos need to be submitted in .jpeg format and be at least 400 pixels wide. You must obtain the photographer's permission to publish the image. Please include the names of everyone pictured as well as when and where it was taken. Send photos to:
Contact a Park Record Photographer
Let The Park Record photographers know about an upcoming photo opportunity in the community. Please give us as much advance notice as possible and be sure to include date, time, location and a contact number. Contact the photo department at:


Please send news tips, story ideas and press releases to the corresponding editorial department. For general releases and inquiries, contact the editor:

Website and Social Media

If you have feedback relating to our website or social media accounts contact our editorial department at:

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