The evidence is clear that having access to a resource like a Gay-Straight Alliance can be significant for LGBT teens — and potentially life saving.
Is it ridiculous to expect the power company to keep the lights on when it gets windy? If you live in Northern California, apparently so.
“I have never lived in a time in my long life where I had such a difficult time seeing if hope could float.”
Two readers advocating for voters to approve a South Summit School District bond measure to fund a new high school say it’s a small price to pay to secure the future of the Kamas Valley.
Our view: After an unexpected shakeup at City Hall, Park City’s elected officials owe Parkites a better explanation than “take our word for it."
A Park City High School junior argues in a guest editorial that the voices of young people are needed in the push for action on climate change.
“The destruction of geologic marvels in order to reduce the experience to automotive friendliness would be sacrilegious.”
"If capitalism is 'Pure Evil,' maybe you should try the progressive Venezuela — believe me that would open your eyes and cause you to appreciate capitalism."
Guest editorial: Park City’s elected officials have questions to answer after city manager’s departure
What we do know is that the move was unexpected to everyone, including Ms. Foster. The only people in the chain of information, once again, was the City Council.
The CEO of Holy Cross Ministries says the nonprofit’s early education programs have made a significant difference in the lives of Summit County children.
"With the exception of a few hot spots like Stephen Colbert’s theater, there are an identical subway stop, Dunkin’ Donuts and two Starbucks on every corner, all hidden behind construction scaffolding."
Additionally, when the time comes, all residents must take the personal responsibility to fill out and return the census information. That’ll be easier than ever next year, as the 2020 census will be the first in which households can respond online.
The Park City Council election is just more than a month out, and readers are weighing in about who they’d like to see occupy office in the Marsac Building.
It would seem that changes similar to those Park City’s street scene underwent back in the day are now being experienced by others. It’s understandable. Country music can grab even the most diehard jazz, blues, and rock fans and shake them by the lapels before wrapping them in a warm embrace.
When my parents or sister tell her “no,” she will take one of their phones and call me. I think she understood how to use an iPhone before she understood how to use a toilet.
After a pair of recent altercations, a Park City resident says people need to figure out how to treat others with respect.
The inaugural Mountain Towns 2030 Net Zero Summit will lay the foundation for communities throughout the West to take steps to reduce their carbon footprints.
Heads in the sand Editor: I am the grandfather of three children who attend Park City schools: one grandchild studies at Jeremy Ranch Elementary, and my identical twin grand-daughters study at Park City High. The...
A Park City reader says he’s not sure whether the cows on the McPolin Farm or good or bad for the environment — but he’d like those arguing either way to provide some data to back up their claims.
Being a graduate of the Park City Leadership program is certainly not a prerequisite to seeking local elected office. Nor is it necessary in order to serve on the board of a nonprofit in Summit...