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Park City Women’s Business Network changes course with monthly speaker series

October 15, 2018 — The Park City Women’s Business Network’s events no longer center around business, but instead focus on mindfulness, gratitude, resiliency and grief.

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Business briefs: Tanger Outlets holds event to fight breast cancer

October 15, 2018 — Tanger Outlets to hold event to fight breast cancer Tanger Outlets Park City plans to host a Girl's Night Out on Friday, Oct. 19, from 3 to 8 p.m., according to the company's website. The event will include food, savings and giveaways. Participants who donate

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UDOT plans to monitor S.R. 248 through the winter

October 15, 2018 — Homeowners along S.R. 248 say a chip seal significantly increased traffic noise, but UDOT officials don’t plan to take immediate action to address the issue.

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Mountain Town News: Dispatch from Crested Butte as Vail Resorts moves in

October 15, 2018 — Early on, good signs seen in Vail's takeover of CB CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – Vail Resort now owns the Crested Butte ski area, and the early word from people who work there is that the "new owners of the resort are really pretty good," reports

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Summit County deputy trades law enforcement for sailing

October 14, 2018 — Paul Smith's career in law enforcement started somewhat randomly more than 20 years ago when he decided it was time for a change. Smith was working in construction in the mid-'90s, but the ebb and flow of the business wasn't conducive to raising a young

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New Subway location open on Snow Creek Drive

October 14, 2018 — Subway recently opened its new location at 1400 Snow Creek Drive, unit I.

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Park City enlists help in absence of arrested attorney

October 13, 2018 — City Hall has tapped an attorney well versed in planning and zoning issues in the state to assist the municipal government in the absence of a Marsac Building lawyer who remains on paid administrative leave as a result of her September arrest in Salt Lake

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New Main Street Deli owners take fresh look at established restaurant

October 13, 2018 — McGowan and Babcock are the new owners of the Main Street Deli, located at 545 Main St. in Park City. The former owners, Mike and Barb Lindbloom, sold them the eatery last year after retiring from a 32-year stint running the well-known deli.

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Park City police order woman out of McPolin Farm encampment

October 13, 2018 — The Park City Police Department on Tuesday issued two citations to a woman found in a homeless encampment on the grounds of the McPolin Farm, a case that is notable for the high-profile location as well as the timing just as the first significant snow of the season arrived.

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Silver Creek residents upset over neighbor’s plans for indoor soccer facility

October 13, 2018 — Silver Creek residents are fighting one of their neighbor’s plans to construct a large indoor soccer gym for his family on his property.

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Park City’s first significant snow leaves mess

October 12, 2018 — The first significant snowfall of the season left a mess in parts of Park City as tree branches, still covered with leaves, snapped and fell to the ground under the weight of the snow.

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Park City Treasure deal: ‘iconic’ land or ‘legal extortion?’

October 12, 2018 — The sides in the debate about Park City's proposed acquisition of Treasure in a conservation deal on Thursday presented their arguments in front of Mayor Andy Beerman and the Park City Council, covering well-worn issues but offering a rare opportunity to listen to pro and

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Lawsuit against Summit County over property on S.R. 224 could be dismissed, official says

October 12, 2018 — Summit County was never served with the lawsuit over the County Council's decision to rescind a permit for a hotel project at the former Colby School property on S.R. 224, an action that County Attorney Margaret Olson says could result in the litigation being dismissed.

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Summit in 60 Oct. 13: pot busts, neighbor complaints and a sailing cop

October 12, 2018 — This week in Summit County: Authorities have detained a haul of marijuana and associated paraphernalia in Summit County this week, including one arrest of over 200 pounds of marijuana and several thousand vape cartridges with THC, a marijuana component Summit County residents are upset over a proposal from

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Sheriff’s report: BMW stolen from woman’s home in Summit Park

October 12, 2018 — According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Oct. 1, and Sunday, Oct. 7, including a report of a stolen vehicle. Sunday, Oct. 7 No significant incidents were reported. Saturday, Oct. 6 Deputies stopped a speeding vehicle in

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Park City police blotter: music prompts confrontation

October 12, 2018 — The Park City Police Department last week received a complaint about a confrontation that started after someone wanted music turned down. The police received the report at 5:21 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, on Kearns Boulevard. The police were told someone with a white pickup

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Way We Were: A Parkite’s letter makes a long journey

October 11, 2018 — By October 1919, World War I had officially been over for nearly a year and life, at least in the United States, was getting back to normal. For Park City merchant Hyrum Weisburg, however, a surprising reminder of the war was about to show up

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Park City police find homeless people at City Park

October 11, 2018 — Four people, at least three of them known to be homeless, were seen outside Miners Hospital in early October, drawing the attention of the Park City Police Department.

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Man stopped in Summit County with thousands of THC pen cartridges and 204 pounds of pot, police say

October 11, 2018 — More than 200 pounds of marijuana, thousands of vape pen cartridges containing THC and 400 jars containing marijuana concentrates were found during a traffic stop Monday on Interstate 80 in Summit County, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office of Utah. The items were found in

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Park City event space would ‘unleash this monster’ on Old Town

October 11, 2018 — A Park City panel on Wednesday failed to reach a decision on a highly controversial request to operate an event space along Main Street.

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