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South Summit Football Takes State

As the sun peaked from behind the dark storm clouds, Friday, November 14, the South Summit High School football team hit the peak of their season during the 2A state championship game against Summit Academy in Cedar City at Southern Utah University. The Wildcats got off to a slow start, allowing the Bears to score […]

Park City Miner’s Youth Football Champs

Two Park City Miners youth football teams tore up the fields and celebrated their victories as champions Saturday, Nov. 8, at Ecker Hill Middle School. Teams traveled from all across the state to battle for the Ute Conference championship titles in various age groups.

Howl-O-Ween! on Main Street

Park City was crawling with humans and canines alike dressed in costumes such as creepy monsters, superheroes, and movie and cartoon characters, during the annual Howl-O-Ween celebration on Main Street. Kids carrying bags of candy loot paraded the sidewalks, going door-to-door to collect candy from local businesses. Following the traditional trick-or-treating, dogs and owners made […]

Boo Bash at Newpark

Newpark was filled with kids decked-out in a wide variety of creative costumes Saturday, October 25. Monsters, pirates, TV and cartoon characters, super heroes, and animals could be spotted during the Boo Bash event. The park was filled with fun activities including pony rides, bean-bag toss, pin the nose on the pumpkin, donut on a […]

Fruit Nuts Apple Harvest

While some people adopt children and some adopt animals, the Fruit Nuts adopt and care for local fruit trees. The Fruit Nuts, a program run by Wasatch Back Trees, held its first community apple harvest Thursday, Oct. 9, in the front yards of two Kamas residences.

Canyons Resort Golf Course Opens

Park City community leaders and partners of Canyons Resort gathered at the first tee Wednesday, October 1 for the Canyons Golf opening ceremonial red ribbon cutting celebration. The golf course is 6,246 total yards with 550 feet of elevation change. It’s an 18-hole, par-70 course. (Photos by: Nan Noaker/The Park Record)

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, part of a global movement to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault, took place during the rainy Sunday morning, September 21 in Park City. Participants endured the walk from City Park and up to the top of Main Street in their fanciest high heel shoes. Funds raised […]

Autumn Aloft Balloon Festival

Six hot air balloons hovered above Park City during a practice run Friday morning in preparation for the Autumn Aloft Balloon Festival Saturday and Sunday from 7-9 a.m. at the North 40 Fields. The long-awaited resurrection of the festival created by Park City residents over 30 years ago will consist of about 18 hot air […]

Hike for Hunger at Deer Valley

For the third year in a row, the Christian Center of Park City, a non-profit organization in Summit and Wasatch counties, held its Hike for Hunger to make an effort to raise awareness of hunger locally and globally. Food donations were accepted to be delivered to the Park City and Heber City Food Pantries. Participants […]

PCHS Mountain Bike Club at Soldier Hollow

Park City High School Mountain Bike Club defended last year’s title as they dominated at the high school mountain bike race Saturday, September 6 at Soldier Hollow in Midway. Teams travelled from across Utah and competed, but in the end, Park City came out on top as the overall team winner with the most individual […]

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