On Thursday, members of Summit County’s Statehouse delegation were at the Park City Library for a gathering put on by a nonprofit aiming to get Utahns involved in the political process. Though the general legislative...
When it comes to protecting the children in our schools, there is no such thing as a threat that doesn’t warrant serious attention. It’s a philosophy local school and law enforcement officials were forced to...
When the People’s Health Clinic was founded in 1999, it treated patients out of a van. These days, though, its small beginnings seem distant. It was more than a decade ago now that the clinic...
Record editorial: More revisions to medical marijuana law may be coming. This time, that’s a good thing.
More changes may be coming to the state’s medical marijuana law. And unlike the last round of alterations legislators made to the plan voters approved in November, Utahns should support these tweaks. One of the...
On Monday, our country will celebrate Labor Day. Americans will scour stores in search of sales that accompany the holiday, or bask in backyard barbecues, or perhaps spend the day poolside, savoring the long weekend...
A round of applause broke out in the Summit County Council chambers last week when the elected officials finalized a deal for University of Utah Health Plans to provide state-mandated mental health and substance abuse...
The lesson of the primary election, regardless of which candidate advances, is the critical importance of each and every vote in a City Hall election.
The days are becoming shorter and students in the Park City School District headed back to classes on Tuesday, two of the surest signs the summer is ending soon.
While one cyclist will earn the title of Tour of Utah champion on Sunday, Parkites doing the responsible thing and ditching their cars in favor of other ways to get to Main Street will make us all winners.
This summer, not everyone who has hit the trails, apparently, has been satisfied with their experience.
Those who signed, sealed and delivered their primary ballots before Aug. 6 did so without a crucial piece of information: How much money candidates received in campaign donations, and from whom.
Record editorial: Prep sports are back, and Summit County’s dedicated student-athletes need our support
Our view: Residents should unite behind their student-athletes and reward them for their dedication by showing up in droves to cheer them on.
Our view: We must demand lawmakers at last respect the results from the election and implement the form of Medicaid expansion we chose at the polls.
Our view: The Summit County Fair is more than just a reason for folks to get gussied up and have a good time. It’s an opportunity for residents from all over the county to come together.
Our view: It will be a thrill for the entire community to see the investments at the Utah Olympic Park pay off over the years as even more skiers and snowboarders develop into world-class competitors.
Our view: Rob Bishop said before the 2018 election that this term would be his last. He should stick to that decision.
You may not have noticed it if you’ve been too busy soaking up summer, but the Park City Council race is underway. Now is the time to start paying attention.
Our view: Pushing to protect watersheds in the Uinta Mountains would cost Summit County time and resources. But it can’t afford to do nothing.
Our view: According to the Census Bureau, nearly 10 percent of Summit County children lack health insurance. We must change that.
Our view: It’s frustrating that it’s 2019 and women, by and large, are still up against barriers that male athletes have never encountered.