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Letters: Actually, the McPolin cows are good for the land

September 16, 2019

Cows are no conundrum Editor: A recent letter made some interesting points regarding the cows on the McPolin Farm. Most of the writers’ objections to cattle grazing are based on industrial agricultural practices that underpin...

Letters: All of us have a teacher to thank

September 6, 2019

You have a teacher to thank Editor: It was with a heavy heart and numerous discussions which led to writing a letter of resignation for a career that defined who and what I was, a...

Letters: The backbone of trails

August 24, 2019

It’s Sunday morning, and I am a bit sore but, once again, smiling having completed another Triple Trail Challenge capstone race yesterday, the Mid Mountain Marathon. With all of the other wonderful summer activities here in Park City, it’s easy to overlook the effort of over 300 runners, and more importantly, how integral the Mountain Trails Foundation is to the essence of Park City.

Guest editorial: Be a kid for a while on trail

August 23, 2019

To the recent discussion on trail etiquette, recall the Law of the Jungle. When moving about, the smaller, quicker, more maneuverable, yield to the larger, stronger, more lethal. Without written rules, we all follow this law instinctively.