The Sundance Film Festival this week has been rolling out its line up for the 2014 Festival, which includes dramatic films with star names, hot-button documentaries, a new "Sundance Kids" section, and displays on Main Street in the "New Frontier" program. Rick Brough has more.
In the continuing series of public meetings on Park City's general plan rewrite, a packed room of residents offered their thoughts on how Park City's future should or shouldn't be shaped. And Park City council and the Mayor are getting more "help" than they may have expected. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Karen Korfanta was a Junior National Champion ski racer in the 1960s and went on to compete for the University of Utah race team. She was later named to the US Ski Team and a member of the 1968 US Olympic Ski Team.
Did you know the “King of Denmark’s” saloon helped Park City recover from the Great Fire of 1898?
This is Bill Redeker with your weekly Park City History Bit.
George Wanning was born around 1859 in Denmark, arriving in Park City in the late 1870s. Wanning helped build the town, but what might have been his most significant mark on local history was his saloon.
KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher starts a new series of local stories for this winter.
To celebrate Park City Mountain Resort’s 50th anniversary, KPCW created an audio anthology – filled with local stories.
We'll be sharing your yarns about yard sales, anecdotes around America’s Open, features about first chairs or first runs and vignettes about virgin ski trails. If it happened at Park City Mountain Resort over the last 50 years, we've heard – and recorded – it. Starting Friday, December 6 during the morning news with Leslie Thatcher.