In letters to the editor, one reader argues against allowing e-bikes on Park City's trails, while another is fed up with congestion on S.R. 224.
"Sundance may be a small ski area, but the mountain skis big!"
Our view: If City Hall can demonstrate that the new drop-and-load zones have made Main Street safer and less congested, it’s worth weathering the complaints of those who dislike them. If it can’t, officials ought to go back to the drawing board.
Letters: Summit County Council failed to properly regulate Woodward lights, and now we’re stuck with them
A reader from Jeremy Ranch writes in a letter to the editor that the Summit County Council seemingly didn't do its homework before approving Woodward Park City, and now residents are stuck with the resort's bright evening lights.
In a guest editorial, a reader says there are a lot of possible events that could shake up the financial markets in 2020, culminating in the "most troublesome year in our collective lifetimes."
Our view: The legislative session is weeks away. Residents should make their voices heard at the Statehouse.
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.”
A reader is displeased with Santa after learning about a new bus route in their neighborhood they say is disruptive: "Who promised you more cookies if you put on this new route?"
Our view: The numbers surrounding student vaping in Summit County are stark. Combatting the alarming trend will take proactive parents and vigilant schools.
"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.”
The leadership of the Mountain Trails foundation submitted a guest editorial about e-bikes on Park City's trails that they hope prevents the dialogue "from journeying further down the rabbit hole of dysfunctional discourse."
In a letter to the editor, a Park City resident writes that our town faces an epidemic during ski season: trash and litter.
Our view: Local government officials in Summit County deserve credit for supporting a program that will allow residents to purchase 100% renewable energy from Rocky Mountain Power by 2030.
In a letter to the editor, a Silver Creek resident encourages others to sign a petition seeking a measure on the ballot to overturn the Legislature's tax overhaul.
A Snyderville Basin resident writes in a guest editorial that a monorail operating above ground level would solve a lot of Park City's traffic problems.
What's next in 2020? School bond fights and construction, probably.
In a guest editorial, a reader says that one might think navigating through the tourist-packed aisles is the most challenging part of a trip to Whole Foods. Wait, she writes, until you try to leave the parking lot.
Our view: With a new decade dawning, it seems appropriate to take a step back and reminisce about both what was lost and gained — then turn our gaze and ponder where we’ll be when 2029 draws to a close.