Park City is scheduled to host a group of governors from the West late in June. And part of the agenda of the Western Governors' Association annual meeting is an early screening of a film for the group that romanticizes the American West: "The Lone Ranger."
The Park City Public Works Department later in the summer plans to tear up the road surface on a series of streets and then put down a fresh layer of pavement as part of City Hall's annual maintenance plan.
Signs supporting City Hall's decision to stop talks about relocating a Rocky Mountain Power substation were posted along Bonanza Drive afterward.
There's no doubt, critics adore The Kings of Summer . The feature directorial debut of Jordan Vogt-Roberts premiered at Sundance last January.
The ban was announced in a statement from the board of trustees. The developer of The Preserve, Kirk MacDonald, said the decision was made by the board of trustees rather than himself.
Cinedigm announced a partnership with Slamdance that will bring a slate of feature programming to digital platforms, beginning on June 11th.
Road widening and intersection improvements will begin on S.R. 248 starting Monday, June 17. The work is expected to be completed by Aug. 15 and construction hours will be Mondays through Fridays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. with some Saturday work anticipated.
The farmers market food stamp program is expanding locally this summer. The L'Oakley Community Market along with the Park Silly Sunday Market are now accepting food stamps at their farmers markets.
Rob Lea poses with his triathlon bike. The Parkite will try to defend his Half Ironman world championship on Sept.
I confess that I dog-ear pages in hardback books, though only with books I own. I crack spines too and sometimes the books get wet when I read them in the bathtub.
Patricia Kempton, one of the opponents of an idea to move a Rocky Mountain Power substation, was part of a group of demonstrators outside the Marsac Building on Tuesday as an open house was held inside.
A Park City High School alumna, Laurel Morrison, will begin a two-year term of service with the Peace Corps on Sunday.
A Park City Museum docent leads a group of visitors and residents on a historic Main Street walking tour.