Even though there’s not a lot of snow, what is there can still create very dangerous avalanche conditions. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
This is the interview in its entirety with Park City Education president Heidi Matthews and a member of the teacher negotiating team Charlie Matthews.
Members of the Treasure Hill Impact Neighborhood Coalition are disappointed that Park City officials will no longer look at buying out the Treasure project. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
The Holidays are upon us and for many that means lots of parties and meeting up with friends. For some that means taking in a cocktail or two but the Summit County Sheriff’s office reminds everyone that drinking and driving don’t mix, so they have offered up some tips. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
The Park City Restaurant Association has a brand new website with some features to stimulate your appetite. KPCW’s Nate Vineyard has more… The site features what’s happening on the culinary scene in Park City. For instance, they have a recipe for Norwegian potato pancakes from Stein Erikson lodge, the Park City cocktail contest results, and [...]
The Developers have named their price for a total buyout of the Treasure project planned for Creole Gulch above Old Town, 93 million dollars. Park City officials say the price is too high for taxpayers to bear, so they will no longer pursue that as an option. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
Porter Hancock, the football player from South Summit High School who suffered a severe spinal injury during a game in early October, returned to Kamas last week to find a whole new home; a home built especially for him and his family with donations of time, materials and money from the local community. KPCW’s Linda [...]
Two men who had a lot to do with the engineering and development of Park City into a world class resort town died this weekend. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Park City school board has approved an agreement with the school district’s teachers – the result of which will add $1.3 million to the district’s spending deficiency. KPCW”s Leslie Thatcher reports.
With just a month before the start of the state legislative session, Utah Governor Gary Herbert released his proposed budget this week, which after several years of cuts, actually shows some growth. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.