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Did you know Park City’s rich and famous have been making tabloid fodder for more than 100 years?

This is Hope Woodside with your weekly Park City History Bit.

If People magazine had existed a century ago, Utah’s Silver Queen, Susanna Bransford, would have dominated the cover. Her Park City mining fortune and flamboyant lifestyle made her a darling of national magazines and newspapers. After all, she married and outlived four husbands, including a Russian prince.

Originally aired on July 12, 2013.

Railroad Earth along with Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers will be taking the stage for the Big Stars Bright Nights concert series at Deer Valley on July 15th. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Leslie Thatcher

Originally aired July 4, 2013.

If you look around Park City – especially in Old Town this time of year – you’ll see the magnificent bloom of yellow roses.  As KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports, they’re a true sign that summer is here.

Originally aired July 3, 2013.

Park City’s Annual Consumer Confidence Report on Water has shown up in mailboxes of city residents and it tells the story of a complicated water system. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

  Originally aired June 21, 2013.

Park City Council candidate Bill McKenna is an Old Town resident and a Wall Street veteran.  He says he could perhaps be a breath of fresh air at City Hall. KPCW's Rick Brough has more.

Originally aired on June 19, 2013.

After four years, Park City Council member Alex Butwinski has a sense of accomplishment and he likes the people he works with at the Marsac Building.  Given that, he wants to be elected to a second term on the Council.  KPCW’s Rick Brough has more.

Originally aired June 18, 2013.

Incumbent City Council member, Cindy Matsumoto is vying for a second term because she wants to continue doing the job she has found rewarding.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

  Originally aired June 13, 2013.

Deer Valley resident Lisa Wilson is one of six city council candidates. She’s ready to give back by closing tax loopholes that have allowed big resorts to avoid their share of property taxes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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