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.
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.
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.
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.
One reader writes in a letter to the editor that the vote was courageous, while another says Romney "failed the people of Utah."
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.
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.
"We are only trying to stop a tragedy from happening in our neighborhood. You don’t live where we do, and you don’t see the cars, trucks and buses speeding like maniacs on this street..."
A member of the Friends of Summit County Search and Rescue board says the volunteers who put their lives at risk do so for free, but that doesn't mean the team doesn't incur costs. The community can help cover them.
"Have you ever had a bus honk at you because you are forced to walk in the middle of the street? Have you ever had anyone flip you off as they are whipping around you on a snow-covered street?"
Guest editorial: There is a health care gap in Park City. Thankfully, dedicated Parkites are trying to close it.
In a guest editorial, a reader lauds the Park City community for investing time and energy into narrowing the health care gap.
A reader from the Snyderville Basin questions Sundance's decision to hold a bonfire as part of the festival: "Because the amount of traffic and idling cars isn’t causing enough pollution in our town?"
A reader from Oakley writes in a letter to the editor that, if Sen. Romney were honest, he'd change his party affiliation to Democrat.
A Thaynes Canyon reader takes umbrage with another reader's suggestion that residents are angry about a new city bus route in the neighborhood. The truth, he says, is quite the opposite.
A reader argues in a letter to the editor that people who ride e-bikes are friends, not foes and have as much right to the trails as other bike riders.
A Park City reader writes in a letter to the editor that residents must urge their Statehouse officials to support a bill that would strengthen background checks on people trying to purchase guns.
Guest editorial: We could pay Park City’s working class a living wage. Or we could replace them with robots.
A reader in a guest editorial offers a unique solution to Park City's transportation and affordable housing problems.