Our view: Park City’s visioning process is a worthy exercise, but participation from all cross sections of the community is needed.
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.
Our view: South Summit School District officials don’t have long to lick their wounds after Tuesday’s bond defeat.
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...
Our view: A tax hike is never easy to swallow, but in this case it’s warranted. We urge voters to support the increase and ensure the games will go on for the sake of the children who play them.
Our view: Thousands of people have enjoyed cruising around town using the Summit Bike Share, and thousands more will be glad to do so in the future, if only the system can rise to the challenge of meeting the demand.
Record editorial: Nann Worel and Becca Gerber have earned another four years on the Park City Council
Our view: While most of the candidates offer compelling traits that make them worthy of consideration, it has become obvious as the campaign has progressed that two of the familiar faces on the ballot stand out above their challengers.
Record editorial: School district should stand its ground as anonymous group wages misleading attack
Our view: A group that has stirred controversy by opposing an anti-bullying program at Trailside Elementary should step out of the shadows and participate in an open community discussion.
Record editorial: South Summit is again seeking funding for a new high school. It’s critical that voters give it to them.
Our view: At first, the South Summit School District didn’t succeed. Now it’s trying again. And residents should back its plan to alleviate overcrowding by building a new high school.
Our view: The races and measures we’ll decide next month may lack some of the excitement found in even-year elections. But residents in Park City and the Kamas Valley should not be lulled into inaction.
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.
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."
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 inaugural Mountain Towns 2030 Net Zero Summit will lay the foundation for communities throughout the West to take steps to reduce their carbon footprints.
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...
On Friday morning, a large group of students at McPolin Elementary School stood outside, undeterred by the wet and chilly conditions, waving signs and calling for action on climate change at the same time young...
Record editorial: Skiers and snowboarders will closely watch Solitude’s paid parking rollout. So will Park City’s ski resorts.
When Solitude Mountain Resort on Tuesday announced plans to implement paid parking this winter, it certainly caught the attention of skiers and snowboarders all over northern Utah. While the move will more directly impact the...
In a better world, neither Parkites — nor millions of other people around the country — would know the teenagers’ names. But we do. We know the names David Hogg and Jaclyn Corin because on...
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...