A group of people that appeared to largely represent Park City’s development and real estate industries joined family members of the late United Park City Mines President Hank Rothwell on Wednesday as a road was named in his honor. It was a tribute to a key figure in the great growth battles of the 1990s.
A Utah Symphony woodwind trio will perform an intimate Deer Valley Music Festival chamber concert Monday at Susan Swartz Studios.
The event was planned as an eight-day, 1,000-mile bike ride from Helsinki, Finland, to Paris, but Blair did the same thing she’s done with everything else in her life: more.
Tom Clyde reminisces on his personal experiences of the Apollo 11 mission and wonders, what was it all for?
Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin once landed in Deer Valley Resort for the Merrill Lynch Celebrity Ski Classic races. He spoke to The Park Record during the visit in 2004 about topics like America eventually embarking on a mission much more ambitious than the moon landings - a trip to Mars.
An endangered black-footed ferret discovers the natural wonders of Wyoming and South Dakota in Melissa Marsted's new children's book, "The Secret Life of Phil."
Aiding in the fight against breast cancer, five local golfers did their part by playing 110 holes over a 15-hour period to raise money.
Sharing the Journey hikes give parents who have lost their children opportunities to share their experiences with others who have suffered similar losses.
Leaders in Park City and Summit County this week approved identical resolutions essentially opposing a Utah Department of Transportation concept for a major redo of the S.R. 248 entryway.
How a trip to Ireland connects trails, family and even whiskey to Utah and the world for Teri Orr.
The Park City Chamber/Bureau on Tuesday honored Bob Wheaton, the longtime leader of Deer Valley Resort, with its annual Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award. Wheaton joins a long list of prominent Park City figures who have won the award.
A group of women who own small businesses in Park City have begun a campaign called #PCNative to encourage people to shop local.
We wanted to know if returning to the moon in the next five years was worthwhile, or if the program funds should be used for something else.
Way We Were: One 1919 newspaper article highlighted Park City as an ideal place to live for its abundance of affordable workplace housing, mild climate and the solitude that could be found in the mountains.
Rather than sticking with just the Pie N Beer Run, three combined runs will make up the Mountain Miles over the next three months.
A reader says the solution to Park City’s traffic woes is in the grasp of employers like Vail Resorts and Alterra Mountain Company.
The Park City Police Department last week received a series of complaints about parties, otherwise loud people or similar sorts of problems. The reports were logged as the summer-tourism season became busier in the days after the 4th of July.
A documentary short raises awareness of the plight of women and children who have been forced into slavery in northern Sudan.
Jay Meehan writes in remembrance of his favorite camping partner.
Returning to Park City’s Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church on Saturday is the annual Bike and Hike fundraiser in support of the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry.