A reader argues in a letter to the editor that people who ride e-bikes are friends, not foes and have as much right to the trails as other bike riders.
Sundance doc ‘Church and the Fourth Estate’ takes Boy Scouts, LDS church to task over child sex abuse
In "Church and the Fourth Estate," filmmaker Brian Knappenberger takes a deep dive into the Boy Scouts’ decades-long failure to address child sex abuse and allegations that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was complicit in covering up thousands of victim reports.
Viewed as something of a joke at the time, the new documentary "Spaceship Earth" explores the lasting legacy and modern relevance of Biosphere 2.
The Park City Police Department was told a truck was seen in a driveway and a car was seen in another driveway, and neither belonged.
To grow a skier, you often need to start young. More and more organizations are helping make that possible.
Record editorial: Giving a platform to underrepresented filmmakers is a highlight of the Sundance story
Representation matters, and the Sundance Film Festival has gone to great lengths to ensure diverse voices have a place in the festival lineup.
Stories in this list received the most page views on ParkRecord.com from Jan. 13 through Jan. 19, 2020.
Former Aspen Skiing Co. executive Derek Johnson is a “calculating bully” who emotionally abused employees, reduced their wages and stunted their careers in a decade-and-a-half-long scheme to sell merchandise he stole from the company, which...
A Park City reader writes in a letter to the editor that residents must urge their Statehouse officials to support a bill that would strengthen background checks on people trying to purchase guns.
BMI announces its 2020 Sundance Film Festival programming, including the BMI Snowball, which will feature Lisa Loeb.
Child abuse, drug and gun cases were on the docket this week.
Guest editorial: We could pay Park City’s working class a living wage. Or we could replace them with robots.
A reader in a guest editorial offers a unique solution to Park City's transportation and affordable housing problems.
As we mark the life of Martin Luther King Jr. this weekend, we owe it to him and the other civil rights heroes of his time to ensure his legacy does not fade into history.
Watch it live, read about the day's events after the fact — what are you planning to do?
A Snyderville Basin man received texts of dismembered and decapitated bodies as part of an effort to extort money from him.
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.
A Park City police officer pulled over a driver on Sunday, indicating the vehicle traveled the wrong direction on a one-way road in Old Town.
Original residents of Intermountain West faced genocide.
Artists can submit proposals for roundabout public art.
"Sundance may be a small ski area, but the mountain skis big!"