Our view: According to the Census Bureau, nearly 10 percent of Summit County children lack health insurance. We must change that.
Our view: It’s frustrating that it’s 2019 and women, by and large, are still up against barriers that male athletes have never encountered.
Given the shrinking amount of noteworthy land in the Park City area that has not either been developed or already set aside as open space, the two-year run of conservation deals marks the end of an era that dates to the early 1990s.
This Independence Day, celebrate with an act of patriotism that hearkens back to the nation’s founding principles by recognizing that America, at this moment, is falling short and demanding our leaders do better.
What effect, if any, it will have in Utah remains unclear. But it’s not premature for supporters of last fall’s Proposition 4 to sound the alarm.
Our view: The Youth Sports Alliance growing its footprint into the East Side is a welcome development and a major step forward for the organization.
Fly your rainbow flags high, Parkites.
Our view: In Summit County, the stakes are high. All it takes is one blaze to get out of control in the wrong location for catastrophe to strike.
The efforts of organizations like the South Summit Trails Foundation mean access to easy access to trails is no longer an amenity enjoyed only on the West Side.
Record editorial: Take advantage of chance to experience Latin American cultures at Park City festival
Our view: Embracing the diversity that make our community what it is a point of pride in Park City. That diversity will be on display Friday and Saturday with the Latino Arts Festival.
Our view: The county’s long-awaited roundabouts project in Jeremy Ranch is sorely needed. But drivers this summer will have to put up with a major headache.
Remember the golden rules of recreation this summer — leave the places you play no worse for the wear and ensure your enjoyment of the outdoors doesn’t prevent anyone from doing the same.
Our view: Serving in local elected office is not a glamorous gig. But is is, as a Park City Councilor recently put it, an honor.
Our view: As we send off another senior class at Park City High School, important decisions are pending that will have major impacts on future graduates.
For most Summit County residents, it can be a difficult prospect to fathom: The courage that must reside inside an American to take up arms for our country, leaving behind their home and their loved...
Record editorial: Take advantage of open house to press officials, learn more about Woodside Park development
Nearly everyone in Park City agrees building affordable housing is a critical component of our effort to remain a vibrant and socioeconomically diverse community. Less consensus, though, has formed regarding an Old Town housing project...
We call on Utahns to press lawmakers to support the Equality Act and help relegate discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity to the waste bin of history.
The reemergence of the two-wheeled travelers after a long winter means drivers need to pay close attention. Summit County’s roads belong to bicycles as much as vehicles, and bicyclists should be able to enjoy their preferred mode of transportation without the constant fear that a irresponsible driver will put them in harm’s way.
It was the spring of 2018 and Mayor Andy Beerman and the Park City Council had already reached an agreement to acquire the Treasure hillside for conservation purposes, a $64 million deal that needed to...
Record editorial: Bygone era returns when Big Boy rumbles through Summit County as part of Spike 150
The Golden Spike was hammered into the earth 150 years ago in Promontory, but Summit County played a role in the history of the transcontinental railroad.