Utah forecast: A frosty, wet reminder -- it's still winter

Feb 22 9:30am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Colder and wetter weather ended a brief, spring-like break for northern and central Utah Wednesday, greeting commuters with valley rain and mountain snow. After a windy Tuesday that saw temperatures in the upper-50s to low-60s along the Wasatch Front, Wednesday’s forecast was for daytime highs 15-20 degrees colder. A snowy Thursday will be even colder, with highs expected to rise no higher than the mid-30s. Indeed, the National Weather Service placed the Wasatch and western Uinta mountains, alon... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU basketball: Ankle injury could sideline Yoeli, disheartens Cougars

Feb 21 11:57pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
BYU’s new Marriott Center Annex — a basketball practice facility and so much more for the men’s and women’s teams — was showcased on Tuesday night. Part of the media tour included a stop at the state-of-the-art training room and, by sheer coincidence, a look at freshman forward Yoeli Childs’ sprained left ankle. It looks bad — big and swollen and discolored. Color me surprised if Childs plays on Thursday night when the 19-10 Cougars meet 10-19 Portland at Chiles Center in the Rose City. The C...
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BYU basketball: Cougars show off the new Marriott Center Annex with open house

Feb 21 10:56pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • BYU’s basketball programs showed off the new Marriott Center Annex at an open house on Tuesday night as guests toured the state-of-the-art basketball practice facility east of the massive arena where the Cougars have played since 1971. How important is the 38,000 square-foot structure to the future of the men’s and women’s teams at BYU? “It really isn’t a factor if you have one,” men’s basketball coach Dave Rose said. “It is a real factor if you don’t have one.” In other words, the Couga... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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You Wont Believe What the Future Smart Home Looks Like

Feb 21 8:32pm Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman
Households have an average of 10 connected devices today. That might look like a few smart phones, a couple of laptops, an iPad, a Playstation, Apple TV, Amazon Echo or Amazon Fire Stick. If you’re really into new technology you may have already connected your security, lights and heating and cooling systems via different smart devicesRead more › The post You Won’t Believe What the Future Smart Home Looks Like appeared first on Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman.
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BEHIND THE GOLD: Its just about today

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
The 19-year-old German ski racer gave a tug on the laces of her leather boots, clicking them into the cables on her long wooden skis. Behind her was the towering Piz Nair, the iconic peak on Corviglia at St. Moritz, high in the Swiss Alps. […]...
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Parkite continues to improve with Utes

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
When local Nordic skier Leah Lange was originally deciding where she wanted to go to school, the idea was simple: get as far away from Park City as possible. Lange knew she wanted to venture off somewhere new, even though living in the mountains was […]...
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Without star, North Summit still eyeing state title

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
The North Summit girls' basketball team is currently in the midst of one of its best basketball seasons in recent memory. With a record of 21-1, the Braves have waltzed their way through their regular-season schedule with relative ease. Their only loss was by two […]...
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Rival schools prepare for potential playoff showdown

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
A 30-mile stretch on Interstate 80 is all that separates North and South Summit High Schools. The schools that both reside in Summit County are natural rivals. They both compete in Region 16 and play each other twice a year. To say the least, it's […]...
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Kellogg and Segger win Youth World Cup overall doubles title

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
On the final weekend of the season for Youth and Junior World Cup racing, the USA Luge doubles team of Dana Kellogg and Duncan Segger capped a consistent first season together, by taking the overall championship in the youth division. Teammate Ashley Farquharson, of Park […]...
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Sports Briefs, Feb. 22, 2017

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
PCHS boys' soccer tryouts Park City High School boys' soccer tryouts will begin on Monday, Feb. 27, at 3 p.m. at Dozier Field. In order to participate, all players must be registered on registermyathlete.com and have a current physical. There will be a player meeting […]...
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Rec Report, Feb. 22, 2017

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN As of Tuesday morning, Park City Mountain Resort had 39 of 41 lifts and 319 of 336 runs open. The resort reports 11 inches of snow in the last 48 hours and 314 total inches of snow this season. The base depth […]...
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Letters to the editor, Feb. 22-24, 2017

Feb 21 6:54pm Park Record
Wasatch County Democrat takes GOP vice chair to task Editor: I support equal pay for equal work because I support the American ideal. Last week's argument against equal pay for equal work was awash in 'alternative facts' and the most odious sort of patronizing disdain […]...
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Go hog wild on this southern Utah relay race

Feb 21 5:30pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Couples or pairs of friends looking for a challenging spring run can enjoy an April Fools Day race in Kanab’s Hog Canyon. The southern Utah town is sponsoring its annual Hog Wild Relay Race on April 1. It is a two-person team relay race run on the Hog Canyon redrock trail system near town. Each runner completes two loops, 13.8 miles in total. Cost to enter is $90 per two-person team and includes a shirt, medal, dinner and a chance to win prizes. To register, visit www.runnercard.com. <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU basketball: Cougars need a boost from their bench, but who?

Feb 21 1:17pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Much has been made lately of the BYU basketball team’s lack of depth and bench scoring, precipitated by the season-ending injuries suffered by starters Kyle Davis and L.J. Rose. If Elijah Bryant and Yoeli Childs were still coming off the bench, like they were when the season started, bench production probably wouldn’t be an issue. But it is, and there doesn’t seem to be any help in sight. The current bench players need to improve, and in a hurry, if BYU wants to do anything in March. One possi...
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Restaurant review: Mizu serves an array of Japanese cuisine in West Valley City

Feb 21 11:59am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
West Valley City • Mizu Japanese Cuisine couldn’t be further away from Japan at its strip mall location on 5600 West. Yet, with a warm bottle of sake (small $5, large $8) presented in distinctive sets displaying red and white flowers and a menu covering many facets of Japanese cuisine, a sense of place begins to take form. The menu covers a vast array of Japanese cuisine — from tempura and udon to bentos and sushi. An extensive collection of familiar sushi rolls and more inventive choices consu... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah beer history on tap with return of A. Fisher Brewing Co. and new USU exhibit

Feb 21 11:59am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
The state’s thriving beer culture and its rich brewing past come full circle this week when the revived A. Fisher Brewing Co. opens for business in Salt Lake City. The opening Saturday ends a 50-year drought for the label, with Utah brewing roots dating to the late 1800s. Tom Fisher Riemondy, the great-great-grandson of founder Albert Fisher, and three partners — Colby Frazier, Tim Dwyer and Steven Brown — have spent the past four years working to resurrect the family’s brewing business, raising...
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Utah forecast: Winter chases faux spring away, with a snowy, windy vengeance

Feb 21 9:31am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
First came the warm south winds, gusting to 50 mph as it ushered in a northern Utah Tuesday in the mid-60s. But the Wasatch Front’s rebellion against winter grinds to an icy, snowy halt by dawn Wednesday, with overnight temperatures in the upper-teens heralded highs struggling to reach the mid-40s. Valley rain and mountain snowfall will continue through Thursday, when highs dip even further, into the mid- to upper-30s. A strong cold front rolling in from the Pacific Northwest is to blame to the ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BWW Review: Hale Centre Theatre's SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS is Joyous

Feb 21 6:52am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS at Hale Centre Theatre in West Valley is a joyous, nostalgic romp that is at once familiar and new.
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Craft Lake City Presents: Craft Cocktail Workshop with Vida Tequila at Finca Restaurant

Feb 20 7:53pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Craft Lake City and Finca present the return of Craft Lake City's Craft Cocktail Workshop series. Join us and Vida Tequila at Finca on Wednesday, Feb. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. for an evening of spirited tastings and cocktail education.
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ECHL hockey: Idaho Steelheads shut out Utah Grizzlies, 1-0, for three-game sweep

Feb 20 7:33pm Grizz - The Salt Lake Tribune
For fans of defensive hockey, Monday’s matinee between the Utah Grizzlies and Idaho Steelheads provided plenty to savor. A matchup of goaltenders, featuring Idaho’s Landon Bow and Utah’s Kevin Boyle, mesmerized the crowd with a variety of saves as only one goal was scored all afternoon. Unfortunately for the Grizzlies, it was Bow who pitched a 43-save shutout as the Steelheads escaped with a narrow 1-0 victory. “Their goaltender won them three games this weekend and they should be proud to have ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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HCTO to Present THE WIZARD OF OZ Young Performers' Edition

Feb 20 5:55pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Hale Center Theater Orem will present 'Wizard of Oz Young Performers' Edition,' running March 2-10, 2017.
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Summit and Wasatch Counties respond to snowmobile accident in the Uintas

Feb 20 5:31pm Park Record
Summit and Wasatch Counties’ Search and Rescue teams responded to a snowmobile accident on Monday afternoon in the Uinta Mountains, according to the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office. The Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office reported that one patient was transported to an area hospital by a LifeFlight […]...
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BYU basketball: Mission delayed top-100 recruit Dastrup's development

Feb 20 3:23pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • You know your freshman season is not going as well as you would have liked when you were once a top-100 recruit but you are celebrated more for your hilarious antics and comedic routines on the bench than your rebounds, points and assists on the court. That’s the situation BYU’s 6-foot-10 forward Payton Dastrup finds himself in, eight months removed from an LDS Church mission to Panama that saw him gain 40 pounds and lose some of the shooting and ball-handling skills he displayed as a hi... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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PHOTOS: Canyons Village entertains with music, snow

Feb 20 2:14pm Park Record
The Canyons Village kicked off their spring concert series Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, with a handful of musical acts. Vacationers and locals alike are invited to the free event to listen to the music, enjoy food and drink and to play in the snow. (Tanzi […]...
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Zion National Park inspires more poetry

Feb 20 1:18pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Nature often inspires poetry. That will certainly be the case starting March 2 as Zion National Park hosts its Poetry in the Park for the seventh year. The event begins with a free lecture at 7 p.m. at the Canyon Community Center in Springdale with visiting poet Rosemary Wahtola-Trommer, Colorado’s Western Slopes’ Poet Laureate. The event continues March 3 at 9 a.m. with a poetry workshop and guided nature walk through Zion Park. This is presented by the Utah Poetry Society in collaboration with... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Deer Valley Specialist Tip Of The Week: Smart Upgrades For A New Home

Feb 20 12:07pm
Building a new home is a pleasure not everyone gets to experience. You get to construct your home exactly to your taste, with the components and finishes you want and can afford. Often you’ll be deciding what is worth the money to do now and what you’d prefer to save as a renovation project to do later. There are a number of factors to consider, including how long you plan to live in the home, whether you’ll be able to put upgrades directly onto your mortgage or pay out of pocket, and what upgrades are valuable for resale.Upgrading later by doing it yourself can sometimes be a good plan allowing you to avoid paying the builder’s premium. But sometimes waiting will not only not save you money, it will cost you more in the end or create a headache when the upgrade is finally addressed.So here is our now-or-never list: upgrades that will be difficult, costly or nearly im...
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Utah forecast: Ahead, a moveable meteorological feast of sun, wind, rain and snow

Feb 20 8:45am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Northern Utah Februarys are a moveable meteorological feast, when fickle sunshine and windy wintry days chase each other along the Wasatch ridgelines. “When spring came, even the false spring, there were no problems except where to be happiest,” Ernest Hemingway wrote of such interludes. On Monday and Tuesday, Utahns could choose between highs in the mid-50s and breezy, occasionally wet days in the Salt Lake and Tooele valleys, or low-60s to low-70s and periodic showers of southern Utah. Come We... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah Symphony Announces FILMS IN CONCERT As Part Of 2017-2018 Season

Feb 20 7:53am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Building upon the audience excitement for film screenings  coupled with live orchestra playing the soundtrack, the Utah Symphony proudly announced the creation of a Films in Concert series on its 2017-18 season featuring four orchestra presentations paired with motion pictures on the big screen at Abravanel Hall.
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Glenwild/Silver Creek Area "Stagecoach Estates" Land For Sale

Feb 19 8:53pm Real Estate Blog
Stagecoach Estates Homes and Land For Sale Park City, Utah Once part of the Bitner Ranch homestead this small gated community is situated East of Glenwild/Silvercreek, just 25 miles from Salt Lake City and North of I-80, called Stagecoach Estates. Once a stagecoach One of Park City's most scenic drives with panoramic mountain and city views with a wonderful mining history. Stagecoach Estates was a stagecoach stop back in 1862, now residents enjoy natural wildlife and acreage lots to preserve the natural vegetation and beauty.   Residents have modern amenities such as year-round water service provided by  Mountain Regional Water, electronic entrance gates, power, incredible mountain living within easy access to city conveniences.  Lot 64 Lower Cove Road For Sale More Information Schools:  Elementary:Trailside    Middle: Ecker Hill    Jr High: Treasure Mou...
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Park City Real Estate Market: 2016 Summary

Feb 19 6:54pm
The market stats for 2016 are in. Overall, the Greater Park City and Heber Valley real estate market is continuing its climb and returning to its previous 2007 Records in some areas. Sales volume, median sales prices, and the number of listings are up in most areas. This is in-line with a similar state-wide trend. Utah is one of the top states in the country when it comes to home price appreciation. While Utah experienced a 9.5 percent home price appreciation in 2016, the Park City Multiple Listing experienced an even greater appreciation of 15 percent, with median prices rising in all four major areas. Prior years saw an average of 7.5 percent increase in price per year. Reason for this is that both local and statewide economies are becoming more diverse. While total sales volume in the greater Park City area topped $1.7 billion in 2016, we are still feeling a sting of low...
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BYU basketball: Blowout loss leaves Cougars searching for identity, confidence

Feb 19 2:24pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • By the middle of February, most college basketball teams have established who they are, what they are all about. They have an identity, and know what it takes to win games. Then there are the 2016-17 BYU Cougars. Coach Dave Rose's team embarks on the final two regular-season games of the season on Thursday at last-place Portland and Saturday at No. 1 Gonzaga still trying to find itself and establish some confidence and momentum. It appeared the Cougars (19-10, 10-6) were headed in that d... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Park City Events | Feb. 20th-26th, 2017

Feb 19 1:52pm Park City Blog
Park City Events | Feb. 20th-26th, 2017 Feb. 21st-22nd:  Cirque Eloize Saloon The return of Montreal-based Cirque Éloize on February 21 and 22 means classic... The post Park City Events | Feb. 20th-26th, 2017 appeared first on .
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Upcoming Non-Equity Auditions Sunday, Feb. 19

Feb 19 11:52am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Updated this week! Check out upcoming Non-Equity Auditions from Sunday, February 19, 2017 for productions in your area and around the country.
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Utah weather: Warm for February with rain sticking around through the week

Feb 19 8:00am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Much like Saturday, the temperature in northern Utah on Sunday will remain warm for this time of year. The National Weather Service predicts Salt Lake City will have a high temperature of about 50 degrees. The warmth also means that precipitation that would land as snow will instead be rain. The Weather Service is calling for an 80 percent chance Sunday in Salt Lake City and a 40 percent chance in St. George. The trend will continue through the week as daytime temperatures for northern Utah va... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah Grizzlies: Steelheads beat Utah in shootout

Feb 19 1:00am Grizz - The Salt Lake Tribune
The Idaho Steelheads, behind two goals by Bryce Van Brabant and goalie Landon Bow’s 27 saves, denied the Grizzlies’ comeback bid as Utah lost consecutive games for the first time since Dec. 17 as Idaho escaped with a 3-2 shootout win on Saturday night at the Maverik Center in ECHL action. Things were looking bleak for the Grizzlies as they were unable to solve the riddle of Bow until late in the game. Down 2-0 with less than 10 minutes remaining, Michael Pelech and Jon Puskar electrified the cr... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU basketball: No. 22 Gaels roll past Cougars in Provo

Feb 18 11:41pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • Executing crisply and playing stifling defense, No. 22-ranked Saint Mary’s routed BYU 70-57 on Saturday night at the Marriott Center, snapping a three-game losing streak in Provo. Calvin Hermanson led the Gaels (24-3, 14-2 WCC) with 17 points and Evan Fitzner added 15. The Gaels shot 47 percent and held the Cougars to 39 percent. Saint Mary’s was 10 of 26 from 3-point range. Eric Mika led BYU with 18 points on 7 of 14 shooting, while Yoeli Childs had 13 and TJ Haws 11. The Cougars fell t...
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Farming meets high tech when Natural History Museum kicks off food lecture series

Feb 18 11:20pm Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
They say you can’t fool nature, but hundreds of “nerd farmers” around the globe are tapping technology to control climate and create the perfect conditions for growing food. They are doing it with a personal food computer created by Caleb Harper and his team in the Open Agriculture Initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Harper, the principal investigator and director of the lab, leads a diverse group of engineers, architects and scientists in the development of future food syst... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Great gray owl is confirmed in Utah for first time in 28 years

Feb 18 11:20pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Bird lovers in Morgan County have been watching a little history lately. The great gray owl has been spotted in the town of Mountain Green, marking the bird’s first confirmed Utah appearance since 1989. Russell Norvell, the avian conservation coordinator for Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, said there was a reported siting in 1999, but not enough documentation to confirm it. Bird watchers first saw a pair of great gray owls Feb. 9 in Morgan County, according to a post on the website Neo Vi... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU basketball: Shorthanded Cougars getting nothing from their bench

Feb 18 11:09pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • February has brought another issue to the BYU basketball season that coach Dave Rose must figure out before postseason play rolls around in March. The Cougars are getting no offensive production from their bench. Mostly because reserves Elijah Bryant and Yoeli Childs have been thrust into starting roles with the season-ending injuries suffered by Kyle Davis and L.J. Rose, Dave Rose is using his bench less and less as the season wears on. “Yeah, it is troubling,” Dave Rose said Thursday a... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah women's basketball: Paige Crozon ready to cap off resilient career

Feb 18 11:06pm U of U Sports - The Salt Lake Tribune
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Live blog: Saint Mary's leads BYU 60-40 in second half

Feb 18 10:52pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
The BYU men’s basketball team holds Senior Night on Saturday as it hosts nationally-ranked Saint Mary’s (Calif.) in a West Coast Conferece game. Follow the live blog here with The Tribune’s Jay Drew and more for news and analysis <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Live blog: Saint Mary's at BYU

Feb 18 9:52pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
The BYU men’s basketball team holds Senior Night on Saturday as it hosts nationally-ranked Saint Mary’s (Calif.) in a West Coast Conferece game. Follow the live blog here with The Tribune’s Jay Drew and more for news and analysis <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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ICE arrests trigger wave of fear in Park City

Feb 18 7:45pm Park Record
The arrest of four individuals by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials in Park City, on Friday, touched off a chain of social media and email speculation. Throughout the weekend messages ricocheted around the community with unsubstantiated reports of additional ICE actions. According to one […]...
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Farming meets high tech when Natural History Museum kicks of food lecture series

Feb 18 2:24pm Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
They say you can’t fool nature, but hundreds of “nerd farmers” around the globe are tapping technology to control climate and create the perfect conditions for growing food. They’re doing it with a personal food computer created by Caleb Harper and his team in the Open Agriculture Initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Harper, the principal investigator and director of the lab, leads a diverse group of engineers, architects and scientists in the development of future food syste... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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For the Oscars, try a Champagne cocktail that's dressed up

Feb 18 3:05am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Whether you are a film fanatic or just in it for the gowns, Oscar season is a no-brainer excuse for a theme party. Hollywood glitz and glamour offers the perfect opportunity to pull out your fancy Champagne flutes and costume jewelry for an affair to remember. Maybe you’re partial to a menu of bad film-food puns (Manchester by the Sea-Salt Caramels?), but if you prefer a more refined gathering, the best place to start is with the right cocktail.&lt;freeform&gt; This recipe for a Red Carpet Royal...
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Sixth Annual ELVIS LIVES Theatrical Tour Comes to the Eccles Theater Today

Feb 18 12:53am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
ELVIS LIVES, the multi-media live musical, is coming to the Eccles Theater for one night only, Today, February 18 at 8pm.  Tickets are available online atwww.Live-at-the-Eccles.com, the Eccles Theater box office (131 Main Street | M-F 10a-6p | Sat 10a-2p) or by phone 801-355-2787).
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Utah Grizzlies: Steelheads crush Grizzlies, 8-2

Feb 18 12:30am Grizz - The Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah Grizzlies had owned the Idaho Steelheads this season, garnering a 7-1 record against their division rivals. Friday night at the Maverik Center, however, that changed. Idaho poured it on, embarrassing the Grizzlies on home ice to the tune of 8-2. “Tonight wasn’t our night and I wouldn’t even say one player played well,” head coach Tim Branham said. “You just have to throw this one away and refocus your energy for tomorrow’s game.” The first period was the Steelheads’ show, led by Joe Bas... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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ICE apprehends four in Park City operation

Feb 17 9:22pm Park Record
Immigration and Customs Enforcement conducted an operation in Park City on Friday morning, apprehending four people, the Park City Police Department said. Wade Carpenter, the police chief, said the operation lasted from 5 a.m. until 8 a.m. Carpenter did not have details, including the location, […]...
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Near-death experience leads to World Cup win for Parkite

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
Park City native Colby Stevenson, a member of the U.S. Freeskiing rookie team, stood atop the men’s slopestyle course in Seiser Alm, Italy, on Jan. 28. The 19-year-old closed his eyes, took a deep breath and ran through his run in his head before dropping […]...
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PCHS hockey falls short in state championship

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
Taking a loss in the first game of a double-elimination tournament is never an ideal scenario, but it’s exactly the one the Park City High School hockey team found itself in after falling to the Murray Spartans on Feb. 1 in a close contest 2-1. […]...
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Doleac reflects on first year as head coach, senior group

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
Mike Doleac has accomplished much in his basketball career. In college, he was a key cog down low for Rick Majerus and the Runnin’ Utes when they advanced to the 1998 NCAA National Championship game. He went on to be drafted No. 12 overall in […]...
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Parkite Rosie Brennan takes on the World

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
Rosie Brennan didn’t have anything to do the winter she was in eighth grade. Her mom suggested she try Nordic skiing, and what started as an activity to get her out of the house — and her mom’s hair — has blossomed into a career […]...
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Letters to the Editor, Feb. 18-21, 2017

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
Support for women equals support for all Editor: I am writing in response to the opinion piece, “Equal Pay bill has a serious Downside,”that was published in the Feb. 15 issue of The Park Record. Although I value financial security for all families in our […]...
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Rec Report, Feb. 18, 2017

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN As of Friday morning, Park City Mountain Resort had 39 of 41 lifts and 331 of 336 runs open. The resort reports zero inches of snow in the last 48 hours and 295 total inches of snow this season. The base depth […]...
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Sports Briefs, Feb. 18, 2017

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
Free PC MARC Admission for Students During the school year students 6-18 years of age are invited to participate in a wealth of activities at the PC MARC for free when presenting student I.D. Monday – Friday from 2-4 p.m. Activities are unsupervised and include […]...
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Outdoor Retailer takes an important stand on public lands

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
The Outdoor Retailer show, a vital part of Utah’s economy for more than 20 years, has threatened to leave Utah before, but this time it is serious. Organizers of the twice-yearly event at the Salt Palace Convention Center announced this week they will not renew […]...
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Turning more than a page

Feb 17 6:51pm Park Record
Restless. This time of year, when the days start stretching a bit longer and light returns to early evenings, I feel myself wanting change. My cozy home that warms me during the coldest winter days and nights seems terribly small and, at once, too large […]...
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BYU basketball: Homegrown Cougars await visit from No. 22 Gaels' Aussie pipeline

Feb 17 4:29pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • Brigham Young University, the third-largest private university in the United States with an enrollment of more than 33,000 and a huge international reach, has been an outlier in terms of student body size since it joined the West Coast Conference before the 2011-12 school year. No other WCC school has more than 10,000 students, and none plays in an arena that comes close to the capacity of BYU’s 19,000-seat Marriott Center. Oddly, though, the BYU men’s basketball team also is difers from... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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SUU Professor Named Utah Art Educator of the Year

Feb 17 2:54pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Alisa Petersen, Southern Utah University's Beverley Taylor Sorenson Endowed Chair of Elementary Arts Education, has been named the 2016 Higher Education Art Educator of the Year by the Utah Art Education Association (UAEA).
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