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Tom Clyde: Accepting that the West is no longer wild

November 19, 2018 — A recent article by Brian Maffly in the Salt Lake Tribune caught my eye. It more or less explains a big chunk of the public lands debate. Maffly tells the story of a Garfield County rancher who operates part of the year on land owned

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UDOT doesn’t have any plans to change speed limit on S.R. 224

November 19, 2018 — The Utah Department of Transportation recently completed a speed study on S.R. 224 that showed the speed limit could be increased, but announced there are no plans to change it right now.

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Audiences show local nonprofits how much they ‘Give a Bleep’

November 19, 2018 — The musical farce, which was produced by Giving a Bleep, a nonprofit that raises money for other nonprofits, pulled in just over $10,000.

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Park City Chamber/Bureau Fall Forum builds excitement for upcoming season

November 19, 2018 — The annual Park City Chamber/Bureau Fall Forum featured the customary panel of ski resort leaders and a keynote address from Nick Sargent, president of Snowsports Industries America.

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Park City High School’s Caitlin Hickey signs to play lacrosse with Fort Lewis College

November 18, 2018 — Caitlin Hickey signed a letter of intent to play lacrosse for the Fort Lewis Skyhawks, an NCAA Division II college in Durango, Colorado.

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Park City Water Polo teams win at Colorado invitational

November 18, 2018 — The Park City Water Polo Club finished its season with a bang, with two of its teams – the 18U boys and the 18U girls – winning the Grier Laughlin Memorial Invitational in Thornton, Colorado, on Nov. 10-12.

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Kimball Art Center shows what ‘Park City Collects’

November 18, 2018 — The original visual art of Takashi Murakami, Pedro Diego Alvarado, Alex Kanevsky and more have been loaned to the Kimball Art Center for its Park City Collects III exhibit, which will be on display until Jan. 6.

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Park City Mountain Resort continues Commitment to Zero by diverting food waste from landfills

November 18, 2018 — In a recent report detailing the company’s continued push for zero emissions, Park City Mountain Resort announced the rollout of a new program to divert more than 400 tons of waste from landfills. It also plans to continue decreasing its energy consumption.

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Letters: Park City purchase of electric vehicles is misguided and misleading

November 18, 2018 — A misguided mission Editor: I am responding to the recent announcement that the City Council is doubling down (thanks to federal subsidies) on electric vehicles by replacing three diesel buses with electric buses. This move is trumpeted as a great advance in promoting the Council's

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Vehicles burglarized at Snyderville Basin trailhead near Utah Olympic Park

November 17, 2018 — Three vehicles were burglarized while parked at the Run-A-Muk trailhead near the Utah Olympic Park on Tuesday, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.

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Park City senior lacrosse player signs with Vanderbilt

November 17, 2018 — Park City High School senior Shaye Handerson signed a letter of intent to play lacrosse at Vanderbilt University on Thursday.

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Park City Mountain ski resort still on schedule to open Nov. 21

November 17, 2018 — Park City Mountain Resort is set to open Wednesday, and for the first time the resort will start the season by opening both the Canyons Village and Park City Mountain base areas. The Payday, First Time and Three Kings lifts will open on the Park

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Summit County opens park-and-ride lot across from Ecker Hill Middle School

November 17, 2018 — The park-and-ride across from Ecker Hill Middle School opened on Friday, with Park City Transit providing bus service to and from the lot seven days a week.

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Record editorial: Buckle up, Park City — ski season is here at last

November 17, 2018 — Spring is lovely in Park City. Summer is spectacular. And autumn, with the changing leaves and crisp mountain air, is difficult to top. But this is what we've been waiting for. Park City Mountain Resort is scheduled to open Wednesday, marking the unofficial start of

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Park City Museum looks at the real and imagined Manifest Destiny

November 17, 2018 — The conflicts surrounding the Louisiana Purchase are brought to the forefront in “Imprinting the West: Manifest Destiny Real and Imagined,” a new traveling exhibit that is at the Park City Museum’s Tozer Gallery through Jan. 7.

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Park City Mountain’s ski patrol union negotiates with Vail Resorts for new contract

November 17, 2018 — A two-year contract between the Park City Professional Ski Patrol Association and Vail Resorts is up for renewal.

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Summit in 60: S.R. 224 speed limits, Ecker Hill transit stop

November 16, 2018 — This week in Summit County: UDOT officials considered a change to the speed limit on S.R. 224, but ended up not changing the limit Summit County opened a new park-and-ride lot for commuters on Ecker Hill, with a new bus route to accompany it Vote

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Rec report: Nov. 17

November 16, 2018 — Park City Mountain Resort Park City Mountain Resort is scheduled to open for the winter on Nov. 21. For information on upcoming events and winter ticket prices go to parkcitymountain.com or call 435-649-8111. Deer Valley Resort Deer Valley Resort is scheduled to open for the

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Park City Ice Miners trounce Riverton, but focus on Viewmont

November 16, 2018 — Park City High School hockey notched another win on Wednesday, bringing its record to 5-1 in the regular season, and 6-2 overall.

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Sports Briefs: Nov. 17

November 16, 2018 — YSA winter sports registration Registration for the Youth Sports Alliance's winter programs remains open until Dec. 1, or until spots fill. Students in first through fifth grade attending school within the Park City School District (PCSD), at the Park City Day School or Weilenmann School

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