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No Worries Cafe and Grill leaves location, new restaurant fills gap

February 18, 2018 — At the start of February, the owners of No Worries Café and Grill announced to their employees that they would be leaving their location in less than two weeks. One of its employees, Dana Bruschke, who had been with the business for 13 years, decided

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Park City officer continues rise through ranks in hometown agency

February 18, 2018 — Andrew Leatham on Thursday was sworn into office as a Park City Police Department captain, continuing his rise through the ranks of law enforcement as the second member of his family to serve in the agency. Mayor Andy Beerman administered the oath of office during

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Business briefs: Alterra Mountain Company partners with Protect Our Winters

February 17, 2018 — Skullcandy office acquired by Dakota Pacific Real Estate Dakota Pacific Real Estate Partners, headquartered in Salt Lake City, recently acquired the Skullcandy headquarters building at 6301 N. Landmark Drive. According to a press release, the building was previously owned by The Boyer Company. It is

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Park City agrees to fast Treasure vote if conservation deal fails

February 17, 2018 — The Park City Planning Commission discussions about the Treasure development proposal have extended for more than a decade with gaps that sometimes lasted more than a year. If Park City voters on Election Day reject a ballot measure that would fund most of the cost

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Film industry leaders meet at Utah State Capitol to show support for tax incentive

February 17, 2018 — From old Western films such as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" to the classic movie "Footloose," Utah's diverse landscape has served as the backdrop for countless films. At the Utah State Capitol this week, the film industry came to remind lawmakers how important those

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Appeal decision on Woodward Park City action camp delayed

February 17, 2018 — After listening to nearly three hours' worth of testimony from the appellants who are urging the Summit County Council to reject the Woodward Park City action camp project, Council members ultimately decided to delay their decision. The County Council met for a second time on

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Panel forwards positive decision on Newpark townhome project

February 16, 2018 — The Snyderville Basin Planning Commission forwarded a positive recommendation on Tuesday night for a townhome project in one of the last undeveloped lots in Newpark, despite strong community opposition. The application for the Commons at Newpark shows a seven-unit building in the space south of

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Park City approves $64 million Treasure buyout

February 16, 2018 — Park City leaders on Thursday night approved an agreement to acquire the Treasure land in a $64 million deal, a purchase that must now be put to voters to raise the eight-figure sum needed to finalize what would be, by a wide margin, the most

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Way We Were: A Valentine’s Day greeting

February 16, 2018 — Happy Valentine's Day! Pictured above is a Valentine card enclosed in a letter from the Bishop family, then living in Denver, to the Nancarrow family of Park City, sent around 1910-1915. On the back of the card, Annie Bishop wrote her cousin Elizabeth Nancarrow "a

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Park City High School trombone player selected for the Honor Orchestra of America

February 16, 2018 — When Michael Barski first picked up a trombone more than six years ago, he put it to his lips and immediately got a sound out of it. He did not know at the time, but there is no doubt now that deciding to try the

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Summit in 60: New development slated in Newpark, more cases presented against Woodward Park City (video)

February 16, 2018 — Summit in 60 is brought to you each week by County Reporter Angelique McNaughton and Engagement Editor Kira Hoffelmeyer. New townhome units slated for Newpark One of the last undeveloped lots in Newpark is slated to become a seven-unit townhome building. The Snyderville Basin Planning

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Canyons Village redevelopment underway

February 15, 2018 — Replay Resorts, the master developer of the Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort, recently announced the second project it will construct as part of the village's reconfiguration. Last week, more than 50 people attended a private event at Canyons Village to learn more about

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Marijuana detected at Park City High School

February 15, 2018 — Marijuana was detected at Park City High School on Tuesday morning. The discovery of the drug was made during a routine search of the high school by the Utah Highway Patrol search team and its K9s, according to a statement from Park City School District.

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Sheriff’s Report: Calls of retail theft to Summit County

February 15, 2018 — According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement responded to several calls between Monday, Feb. 5, and Sunday, Feb. 11, including four separate incidents of retail theft.  Sunday, Feb. 11 A juvenile and a 40-year-old man attempted to steal a cart full of items

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Park City’s $64 million Treasure deal seen as a ‘bargain’

February 15, 2018 — The Park City Planning Commission on Wednesday night pledged its support to a City Hall effort to acquire the long-disputed Treasure acreage, a move that was widely expected but one that was conveyed with an understanding that others have reservations with what would be the

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Park City School Board plans trainings to learn cohesion, duties

February 15, 2018 — At a Park City Board of Education meeting last month, parents and community members expressed concerns about issues within the Board. Now, the five members plan to go through two sets of training in order to be more effective. Petra Butler, one of the members

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Park City police respond to ‘stomping around,’ loud music

February 15, 2018 — The Park City Police Department last week received a series of complaints about loudness or partying, including a case that may have been a violation of a homeowners association. The reports last week were typical for the ski season, when the Police Department regularly responds

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Park City Board of Education discusses preliminary budget

February 14, 2018 — Budget talks are underway in the Park City School District. At the Park City Board of Education meeting last week, the Board reviewed its fiscal year 2019 preliminary budget. Todd Hauber, business administrator for the district, said that the Board bumped up the timeline for

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Park City Police Blotter: Police get reports of slashed tires

February 14, 2018 — On Sunday, Feb. 11, a strong scent of natural gas was reported at or close to a building along Main Street at 6:19 p.m. The Police Department said the case involved a utility issue. On Saturday, Feb. 10, two cars were reported to be parked

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Kimball Junction area to get a facelift

February 14, 2018 — The Kimball Junction Neighborhood Master Planning Committee revealed its suggestions to the Summit County Council last week to overhaul the area, re-establishing a more traditional street that isn't dominated by large areas of asphalt and increasing connectivity throughout the area. Summit County Community Development Director

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