A reader says elected officials’ rejection of UDOT’s plan to widen S.R. 248 is “nothing short of irresponsible leadership.”
A pickleball player is concerned after, he says, finding nets vandalized at a Park City court.
Readers complained about behavior at the Fourth of July parade, from children letting the U.S. flag touch the ground to people squirting water at unsuspecting parage-goers.
Process is equitable Editor:In recent interviews on both KPCW and in The Park Record, there is a discussion regarding the weighted lottery for affordable housing. There has been concern that the process is “elitist” in...
"I hope we look as hard at this issue as we do open space, climate change and UDOT plans. We are talking about human beings right now, right here…"
A recent proposal by UDOT to turn S.R. 248 into a five-lane road will not solve our traffic “problems” but rather make them worse. Building more roads and adding more capacity for automobiles and automobiles...
Finish the final push Editor: I am writing to ask the broader Park City community to come together to secure the preservation of the Armstrong Snow Ranch Pastures sponsored by Utah Open Lands. Utah Open...
A reader says UDOT should prioritize alternative transportation options over widening S.R. 248 to five lanes in Park City.
Did you enjoy the Historic Home Tour last weekend? Park City Museum Executive Director Sandra Morrison says there are a number of people and organizations in the community to thank.
A reader in Park City suggests a bold move — the municipal government, he says, should convert City Hall into affordable housing.
A group of Old Town residents say in a letter to the editor that Park City is better off leaving land on Marsac Avenue as open space than developing it into affordable housing.
A reader involved in addressing mental health in Summit County applauds Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz and his wife Elena Amsterdam for their efforts to help mountain towns wrap their arms around the issue.
Guest editorial: Roadless rule must stay intact to protect forests from their biggest threat: humans
A Utah-based wildland firefighter says in a guest editorial that it would be a mistake to get rid of the current roadless rule that applies to U.S. Forest Service land in the state.
A reader says a recent incident at Park City High School was in direct conflict with an ideal critical to our republic: robust debate.
Is bond the right solution? Editor:I am opposed to the issuance of a bond for a new South Summit high school. I do, however, have a favorable opinion for the construction of additional elementary schools....
The goal of this letter is to bring attention to this issue, so all that I ask is: what can be done to help with this situation? Besides donating to one of the many charitable foundations that exist. I hope to inform the community of this problem, in an attempt to shed some light on a solution.
In response to a recent guest editorial decrying abortion, a reader says the concept of religious freedom has been “completely abrogated” in Utah.
The Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter has made progress toward its goal of raising a $2.25 million endowment by Aug. 1. In a guest editorial, a member of the nonprofit’s board says a donation will help secure Swaner’s special place in the community.
Enjoy the next few years Editor:According to NASA, we are entering a period of minimal sunspot activity, which occurs around every 11 years. During minimal sunspot activity, our thermosphere cools and shrinks, which allows more...
Rob Katz says mountain communities can work together to remedy the lack of mental health resources in resort towns.