The Utah legislature's proposed tax reform will gut education and hurt seniors, writes a Park Record reader, who encourages Parkites to speak out against the bill.
Letters: Using gondolas in Park City to reduce traffic is example of fixing a problem with a problem
A Park Record reader suggests Park City should be an unwelcome space for conservatives.
Our view: Park City’s visioning process is a worthy exercise, but participation from all cross sections of the community is needed.
A reader from Oakley says Parkites need to understand that the worst of the potential environmental problems brought on by climate change will not be happening in Park City.
“That’s some first class turd polishing.”
Guest editorial: Park City mayor says participation, not personal attacks, is key to building community
Park City Mayor Andy Beerman writes in a guest editorial that the community faces a number of challenges and needs the help of residents to solve them.
My son has always been big — I’ve said this before — but just to revisit the facts — I gained a lot of weight when I was pregnant, and knew I would have a...
“What he had set out to prevent, of course, was indefinite suspension from school and time was running out.”
Our view: In a community with a rich sports scene that includes a history of molding Olympic athletes and hosting world-class winter sports events, it has been fun to watch the enthusiasm for a local prep team build.
Parkites can jump to conclusions a little faster than is healthy.
A reader says it’s time for a wildlife overpass on S.R. 224. She says the overpass would pay for itself with just one accident avoided.
A reader from Jeremy Ranch writes in a guest editorial that The Park Record’s coverage of the school district’s vandalism allegation ignored the real story in favor of the district’s narrative.
A pair of readers took issue with a recent opinion piece written by a member of the Park City Council.
“Good manners, informed by any kind of faith-based belief, and love of a democratic, well-reasoned position are the stuff of both a functioning democracy and a good neighborhood.”
A Park City High School student who is gay and a conservative says in a guest editorial that he has been subjected to intolerance because of his political views.
Our view: South Summit School District officials don’t have long to lick their wounds after Tuesday’s bond defeat.
“Now might be a good time to consider merging Summit County’s three school districts into one.”
“Did I mention that I arrived at my favorite hotel in Culiacan, Sinaloa with a red fraternity blazer, a windup motion picture camera, and a boatload of political angst?”
It is a day both Parkites and the nonprofits they support have had circled on their calendars for months. Eight years after the Park City Community Foundation created Live PC Give PC to benefit the...
Nonstop productivity is as much of an obstacle to acceptance as any other.