September 20, 2018 — 2018 has been a year of epic, sweeping changes across American democracy and culture. And on Sunday, the annual Tour des Suds bike race in Park City made its own venture into the same, virtually unprecedented territory. It started on time. "This is, like, totally
September 19, 2018 — Spectators and players at Friday's football game between Park City High School and Ben Lomond would have been hard pressed to miss the presence of the Miners student section, a phalanx of face paint, Hawaiian shirts and noise occupying the Dozier Field's east stands.
September 18, 2018 — Wasatch County leaders recently approved plans for a major development envisioned to someday become an eastern portal of Deer Valley Resort, a project seen as a possibility for decades and one that, in sheer numbers, is audacious even in an area where the resort industry
September 18, 2018 — Dry-land Training Two-time Olympian, former U.S. Ski Team athlete and fitness coach Jilian Vogtli will host a six-week program at the PC MARC to help winter athletes train, strengthen and sculpt their bodies for the upcoming season. Class started Sept. 17. Register online at parkcityrecreation.org
September 18, 2018 — Aspen, Colo. – Hiking the Continental Divide Trail was never the end goal for Jim Harrison. But, little by little, that's exactly what happened. And it only took him 35 years to complete. "That's how little goals add up to big goals," Harrison said earlier
September 17, 2018 — EAGLE, Colo. — Dealing with issues related to population growth — everything from housing to roads to crime — is a routine task for the Eagle County commissioners. But there's one group of county residents who aren't experiencing population growth. In fact, there's been an
September 17, 2018 — Each year, staff with the Alf Engen Ski Museum pore over documents, review testimony, and confer among themselves about who is who in the ski world. Who has contributed "exemplary achievements" to the sport, and how? Who is worthy of being enshrined at one of
September 16, 2018 — Volleyball The North Summit volleyball team took on Duchesne in the Braves' first region game of the season. The Braves won in straight sets, 25-8, 25-11, and 25-10, against the Eagles. The Braves walked away with 27 kills, 11 of which came from junior Teesha
September 14, 2018 — With Region 11 all but finished, the team is now focusing on winning its 11th consecutive Class 4A state championship. The main question is, who’s going to compete on the six-man state team?
September 14, 2018 — Volleyball League restarting in Oct. The PC MARC's six-versus-six volleyball season starts Oct 3. Recreation and competitive divisions available. Registration available online at parkcityrecreation.org or call 435-615-5401 for more details. Thriller PC MARC is holding its annual Thriller Dance Workshop, which teaches the dance's moves
September 14, 2018 — Park City Mountain Resort Park City Mountain Resort is open for the season until Sept. 30, including its mountain coaster, zip lines, and summer lift services. For more information on summer lift operations and pricing, go to Parkcitymountain.com or call 435-649-8111. Deer Valley Resort Deer
September 13, 2018 — The Red Bull 400 is returning to the Utah Olympic Park this Saturday, where competitors will run and climb up the K120 ski jump at a near-vertical 400-meter sprint. The event has drawn high-caliber athletes from a variety of disciplines in the past, including
September 12, 2018 — Football South Summit High School beat Beaver High School 27-13 at Beaver on Friday. For a non-region game, it could not have been more significant. The South Summit Wildcats have faced Beaver in the 2A state championship finals two times in the last three years.
September 12, 2018 — The Park City High School girls tennis team played in the Stephen Wade Invitational in St. George on Friday and Saturday, where the Miners faced a pool of 12 teams, including tournament hosts and likely state contender Desert Hills. The Miners finished second overall
September 11, 2018 — On Saturday morning, close to 100 dogs and their owners gathered in the Park City Hospital parking lot for the 5K-9 dog run. Intermountain Healthcare and Paws for Life, a no-kill shelter nonprofit, partnered for the event as a way to promote pet ownership