US Senator Orrin Hatch is looking to be re-elected to the Senate for a 7th term, but is facing some stiff challenges from an organization outside the state. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Growing up around Park City’s upscale restaurants has apparently rubbed off on some budding chefs at Park City High School. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
A Florida man is offering a cash reward for information leading to the arrest of two men who beat his son and his son’s friend on Main Street. The vicious attack occurred after Main Street bars closed at one a.m. this past Sunday night (March 12). 29-year-old Jeffrey Soler and his friend Dustin Donegan were [...]
Park City Mountain Resort today filed a lawsuit against Talisker Land Holdings – the parent company of Canyons Resort – to resolve a dispute which Park City says threatens its future. Park City Resort president and general manager Jenni Smith said that after extensive and unsuccessful negotiation, the resort reluctantly filed the lawsuit saying it [...]
Utah’s legislative Executive Appropriations Committee has rejected a request for a $1.8 million dollar increase in additional funding for the dual immersion programs which have been set up across the state. But this won’t impact the Park City school district’s dual immersion programs already underway and in the works for the upcoming school year. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more…
Even though the avalanche danger has been on the high side for most of the season this year, one local resort says it has no intention of closing off access to the back country. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher explains why.
A fundraiser to help Mindy Martin pay her medical bills after her insurance company dropped her will be held on Thursday evening. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more…
Local food producers inform the Park City community about local food options at the Slow Food Park City event last week. KPCW’s Nate Vineyard reports. To see a list of local CSA providers and all the other producers at the event, click here: Link
Park City Rotary Club took members of its high school club, Interact, to Guatemala over President’s week break top build vented stoves in a Mayan village. Previously they cooked over open fires in their homes with no ventilation, leading to respiratory problems, shortened lives, illness, etc. The purpose was to improve villagers’ health by improving [...]
The Summit County planning department reports it’s fielding a lot of citizen complaints and concerns about the first building being constructed in the Boyer Business Park. Tuesday night, Synderville Planning Commissioners said they are chagrined, too.