Last November's loosening of beer regulations proves that Utah has a lot to gain from legalizing adulthood.
To grow a skier, you often need to start young. More and more organizations are helping make that possible.
A bounty of powder days still means that, at some point, the snow needs to be plowed.
"It was just the heads of the animal characters of the zodiac brought to life. It was dizzying to look up and see them all and to meander between the animals.”
"Sundance may be a small ski area, but the mountain skis big!"
Trump's game of chicken with Iran consists of the same people, the same arguments and the same gaping moral vacuum.
"He told me I had a choice — between an ethical dilemma and a moral one. And I confessed, I didn’t know the difference.”
"The numbers are a nightmare. I’m pretty certain having Type 1 qualifies you for an honorary PhD in mathematics."
"The cure for cold is hot chocolate … with marshmallows.”
What's next in 2020? School bond fights and construction, probably.
What's the difference between karma and spite?
Little yellow and white handprints adorn the places in Park City where Sam Jackenthal made an impact.
"It’s possible that Santa Claus left spines under the Christmas trees at Republican senators’ houses, but that’s not the way to bet.”
No tree, with Christmas 10 days away? This year, the holiday sneaked up on Teri Orr.
"And the little girl ripped through the powder like a hot knife through butter.”
On kids who believe and the adults trying to spare them the truth.
Teri Orr is ready for a brand-new year.
"To me, Stein always represented style and elegance. But at his heart, he was a blue collar guy who loved sharing with others.”
"Honestly, if there were any doubt about the need for an estate tax, this removes it."
Columnist Teri Orr says looking for a source of joy should be the default during the holidays, and there are plenty of places to find it.