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Compiled by Amanda Tust

Park City Mountain Resort will hold holiday hours through Jan. 1. The resort will open a half hour earlier at 8:30 a.m. and will close at the regular time of 4 p.m. each day.

Deer Valley and The Canyons will keep regular hours. Deer Valley is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and The Canyons gondola opens at 8:30 a.m. and all lifts open at 8:45 daily. The Canyons also closes at 4 p.m.

For more information visit http://www.parkcitymountain.com, http://www.deervalley.com or http://www.thecanyons.com. Zions Bank promotes Kimberlee Kinikini Zions Bank has promoted Kimberlee Kinikini to director of regional credit at the Park City office, located at 1100 Snow Creek Dr. Kinikini is responsible for overseeing the credit function of Zions Bank’s resort region, including Park City and Sun Valley.

With 14 years of banking experience at Zions Bank, Kinikini previously worked as a senior private banker. Prior to that, she held positions as a senior underwriter and an assistant relationship officer.

Kinikini holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Westminster College. She also recently graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School (PCBS) in Seattle, Washington. Utah’s gas prices lowest in country Utah’s average price for regular, self-serve gasoline is currently the lowest in the country at $2.00 a gallon, according to a new report from AAA Utah. This low price is recorded despite increasing oil costs and colder-than-normal temperatures, two common predictors of higher gasoline prices.

According to AAA Utah, which tracks gas prices as a service to consumers, Utah’s current average price is a 32-cent drop from last month’s AAA survey on November 15 and only 6 cents higher than last year. The average national price is $2.18, an 11-cent drop from last month and 31 cents higher than last year at this time.

The Intermountain West typically has higher gasoline prices than many other parts of the country. Conditions that typically push the region’s prices higher are the high cost of transportation and relative lack of competition. These forces are still in place, making the lower prices even more uncharacteristic. Motoring throughout the Intermountain West is cheaper this month with decreasing prices recorded in all of the states for regular, self-serve gasoline. Idaho’s average price dropped 33 cents to the current average of $2.08. Montana’s price dropped fifteen cents to $2.14. Wyoming’s current price is $2.14, a 20-cent drop from mid-November. Colorado’s motorists are currently paying an average of $2.18 a gallon. This is 21 cents lower than last month. Arizona’s price is $2.22; 26 cents lower than November. Nevada’s price dropped 25 cents to the current average, $2.26. California’s motorists are now paying $2.29. This is 29 cents lower than last month.


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