In a guest editorial, a reader argues that, if Trump wins reelection, "I am not sure what we have lost as a country can be recovered."
In a letter to the editor, a reader writes that a pair of bills in the Statehouse that would result in the killing of more of Utah's predators like mountain lions are not supported by science.
Our view: Democrats — and unaffiliated voters, who may cast ballots in the Democratic primary — should treat the opportunity to help select a nominee with the weight it deserves.
I wandered down historic Main Street marveling at the glittering lights in the fresh, falling snow. Revelers spilled out of the Wasatch Brew Pub at the top of Main, while a block below, a line...
Park City senior citizens argue in a guest editorial that they should be allowed to remain in the Senior Center on Woodside Avenue until the city provides an acceptable permanent facility.
In a letter to the editor, a reader writes that too many Park City drivers are ignoring the rules of the road, putting pedestrians in danger.
Who still uses a typewriter? Tom Clyde does. Don't judge.
A reader in a guest editorial takes issue with the portrayal of Mitt Romney in a Park Record editorial as a principled patriot. As his record shows, the author says, he is a man of infinite greed.
The Olympics would be a great opportunity for Summit County to tap into federal dollars for the benefit of infrastructure improvements, but it's unclear if the county will have any influence on the bid committee.
In a guest editorial, the Peace House's board chair says The Park Record's reporting on the arrest of a municipal staffer suspected of domestic violence may have negative consequences for families affected by domestic violence in the area.
"It is the responsibility of every citizen to roll up their sleeves and show up and help those elected make smart decisions about the future of our greater community and the microcosms of our country.”
Our view: Lawmakers should support the idea of reducing abortions and promoting sexual health through broad access to contraceptives. Fortunately, there are two bills in the Statehouse that would do just that.
One reader writes in a letter to the editor that the vote was courageous, while another says Romney "failed the people of Utah."
Tom Kelly recently went on a skiing outing with the Park City Powder Cats. The powder was seemingly endless. So was the fun.
In a letter to the editor, two readers say that independent voters, by participating in Utah's Democratic presidential primary election, can have their cake and eat it too.
Donna McAleer, a former Democratic nominee in the 1st Congressional District, says in a guest editorial that, in a campaign, the successful candidate is the one who can get out the vote.
Columnist Tom Clyde says the biggest sleeper hit at Sundance 2020 was the improved traffic flow.
Our view: To Mitt Romney, the prospect of weathering vitriol from the right was easier to stomach than the thought of being judged a fraud by his own conscience and a coward by the history books. So he acted on principle.
"I broke down in a puddle and he asked me what was wrong. I told him — in fairly hysterical terms — I COULD NOT have this baby on a holiday.”
A reader from the Basin urges people to participate in the legislative process by learning about the bills being considered at the Statehouse and weighing in on them by contacting their legislators.