BYU baseball: Cougars win two on Friday, advance to WCC championship game

May 27 2:34am BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Stockton, Calif. — Two down, two to go. That’s the story for the BYU baseball team, which won both its games on Friday at the West Coast Conference tournament and now must beat Gonzaga twice on Saturday to claim its first WCC tournament title. After rolling past Saint Mary’s 8-4 Friday afternoon, the Cougars met Loyola Marymount in the last elimination game to make it to the final for the first time. The Cougars pulled out a 5-4 win, but only after LMU scored three runs in the ninth inning an... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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North Summit vets to honor their fallen comrades on Memorial Day

May 26 6:12pm Park Record
Al Clark considers himself among the lucky ones. The Coalville resident and Navy veteran who served briefly during the Korean War and was deployed again later in the Mediterranean with the Sixth Fleet said he was fortunate to survive the conflicts he witnessed knowing that […]...
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Water polo teams golden at Championships

May 26 6:11pm Park Record
At the beginning of the season, the Park City High School water polo teams knew they had good enough players to secure a state title. But head coach Josh Loyens and assistant coach Jeff Whipple faced the challenge of turning the talented kids and into […]...
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PCHS Memorial 5K to return on Monday

May 26 6:11pm Park Record
Memorial Day remembers the men and women who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. But for Park City High School's National Honor Society, Monday's holiday is much more. We're not trying to take away from those who have given their lives and service […]...
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Miners look back on impressive season

May 26 6:11pm Park Record
It was a tough pill to swallow for the Park City High School boys' lacrosse team. After making it through the regular season without falling to any Utah opponent, the Miners saw their year end early in an emotional 8-7 overtime loss in the state […]...
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Mountain Trails to host Mountain Madness

May 26 6:11pm Park Record
Park City is full of biking trails and parks that are open and free to use summer months. There's almost too many trails and biking events in town, but the Mountain Trails Foundation is hoping to eliminate the overwhelming feeling of trying to keep track […]...
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Tour of Utah unveils 600-mile race route

May 26 6:10pm Park Record
The 13th edition of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah will feature 600 miles of racing and 36,525 feet of elevation gain for the seven-day, men's professional stage race. Detailed maps and informational videos for each stage, held July 31-August 6, are now available […]...
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Sports Briefs, May 27, 2017

May 26 6:10pm Park Record
Hole-in-One Thursday at the Park City Golf Club, Don Bryson recorded a hole-in-one on the 13th hole. Sullivan used a 5-hybrid to make the 157-yard shot, which was witnessed by Kathy Bryson. Update of Jenni's Trail at Park City Mountain Due to continued EPA and […]...
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Rec Report, May 27, 2017

May 26 6:10pm Park Record
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN Park City Mountain opened for summer activities on the Park City side on Friday, May 26. Summer operations at Canyons Village are scheduled to begin on June 16. Go to ParkCityMountain.com or call 435-649-8111 for more information. DEER VALLEY RESORT Deer Valley […]...
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Memorial Day: a time to celebrate and contemplate

May 26 6:10pm Park Record
This Memorial Day weekend, in between passing plates of hamburgers and potato salad, we hope local families will take time to think about the men and women who fought in our country's Armed Services. Too many of them lost their lives actively protecting our freedoms […]...
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Jenny Knaak: Heartfelt homecomings

May 26 6:10pm Park Record
I spend a lot of time at the airport. I'm not traveling myself, mind you … just standing in the baggage claim with a little sign. One of the functions of my job is to greet incoming performers when they land — I make sure […]...
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PHOTOS: PCPD Citizens Academys K-9 demonstration

May 26 4:37pm Park Record
The Park City Police Department’s Citizen’s Academy was treated to a K-9 demonstration Wednesday evening, May 24, 2017. The group learned about the training the K-9 unit undergoes and what they’re expected to perform while on site. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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PHOTOS: South Summit High School graduates 91

May 26 4:20pm Park Record
The 2017 South Summit High School senior class graduated on the football field Thursday evening, May 25, 2017. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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Less-crowded alternatives abound near Zion National Park

May 26 3:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
With huge crowds expected to jam trails and parking areas in Zion National Park for Memorial Day weekend, the state tourism officials are promoting alternative southwestern Utah destinations nearby. The big opening to the summer travel season typically leads to longer-than-normal wait times at entrance stations and shuttle stops throughout Zion Canyon and crowded conditions on the park’s most popular trails. “Southwest Utah has remarkable landscapes and Memorial Day weekend promises to bring a l... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Top Lakes and Waterfalls to Visit in Park City

May 26 2:43pm Park City Vacation Rentals Blog
When visiting Park City, the first thing that comes to mind may not be lakes and waterfalls. However, there is a wealth of great waterways in and around the Park City area; read on for a look at some of our favorites. Jordanelle Reservoir Jordanelle Reservoir is just a few minutes from Park City. When The post Top Lakes and Waterfalls to Visit in Park City appeared first on Park City Vacation Rentals Blog.
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PARK CITY'S FRIDAY NIGHT GALLERY STROLL RETURNS

May 26 12:00pm Explore Park City
Hosted by the Park City Gallery Association, the Last Friday Gallery Stroll, is a monthly fun (and free) community event dedicated to highlighting artists and special exhibits at art galleries throughout town.  Park City’s art scene continues to thrive, offering a robust variety of unique art collections from local, national, and international artists. On the last Friday of each month, 19 members of the Park City Gallery Association open their doors for visitors and locals alike to enjoy light refreshments and to admire their latest art installations.
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Utah forecast: Friday's storms usher in sunny, dry holiday weekend

May 26 10:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Rain showers and isolated thunderstorms ushered in what should be a near-perfect Memorial Day weekend for Utah. Storm clouds hovered over the Wasatch Front well into Friday afternoon, with highs in the upper-60s. By nightfall, though, the rain and thunderclaps eased ahead of Saturday’s 70-degree temperatures and mostly clear to sunny skies. Sunday will be clear and bright, with the Salt Lake and Tooele valleys basking in the upper-70s. Monday, Memorial Day, will see sunny skies and highs in the...
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Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our Broadway World 5/26 - DIRTY DANCING, LES MIS, WICKED, and More!

May 26 9:56am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature DIRTY DANCING, LES MISERABLES, WICKED and More!...
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ParkScore: St. Paul is #2

May 26 9:22am City Parks Blog
Repeating their number 2 position again in 2017 is St. Paul Parks & Recreation! Congratulations!  St. Paul has a park within a ten-minute walk of 96 percent of their citizens, with 15 percent of the city as parkland and a median park size of 3.7 acres.  You can check out all of the details here or […]...
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SCERA Shell's HAIRSPRAY is First Musical of Summer Season

May 26 5:58am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
The first emotion audiences will see in the award-winning musical Hairspray at the SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre is unabashed joy. Lovable plus size teen Tracy Turnblad begins the show with an enthusiastic love song to Baltimore as she dances and sings while wearing the signature mile-high bouffant hairdo sported by teen girls everywhere in 1962 America.
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BYU baseball: Cougars drop WCC tourney opener to LMU, 3-2

May 26 2:34am BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Stockton, Calif. — BYU’s late-season struggles continued Thursday night as the West Coast Conference baseball tournament got underway at Banner Island Ballpark. The third-seeded Cougars — who entered the tournament fifth in the country in scoring and team batting average — could muster only three hits and fell 3-2 to second-seeded Loyola Marymount in a first-round game. It was WCC regular-season tri-champion BYU’s fourth-straight loss. Top-seeded Gonzaga routed fourth-seeded Saint Mary’s 11-3... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU football: ESPN will televise BYU-LSU game in prime time Sept. 2

May 25 8:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Kickoff time and television broadcast plans have been finalized for a sixth BYU football game this fall, and it is a big one. The AdvocCare Texas Kickoff, which will feature BYU vs. Louisiana State University at NRG Stadium in Houston on Sept. 2, will kickoff at 7:30 p.m. MT (8:30 p.m. local time) and will be televised by ESPN. Six of BYU’s 13 regular-season games now have TV plans. See below for the most updated schedule. ESPN or an ESPN network will also televise the BYU-Boise State game, th... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Thinking of camping in Utah's national forests for Memorial Day? Here's an update on what's open and what's closed due to snow and mud

May 25 8:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Campers hoping to head into Utah national forests may find higher-elevation campgrounds, roads and parking areas still closed due to snow and mud. U.S. Forest Service officials are warning that rivers and streams are running fast and the water is cold. They are urging adults to keep kids and pets away from the edge of streams and rivers. ATV, UTV and four-wheel drive enthusiasts are urged to ride only on designated routes and to avoid riding on muddy trails until they dry out,. Kathy Jo Pollock ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Memorial Day safety tips from the Forest Service

May 25 4:06pm Park Record
This Memorial Day weekend promises to be the first of many busy weekends at the national forests of Utah. Some higher-elevation campgrounds, roads and trails will remain closed due to snow and extremely wet, muddy conditions. Safety is always a concern. Rivers, streams and creeks […]...
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BYU football: ESPN will televise BYU-LSU game in prime time on Sept. 2

May 25 3:35pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Kickoff time and television broadcast plans have been finalized for a sixth BYU football game this fall, and it is a big one. The AdvocCare Texas Kickoff, which will feature BYU vs. Louisiana State University at NRG Stadium in Houston on Sept. 2, will kickoff at 7:30 p.m. MT (8:30 p.m. local time) and will be televised by ESPN. Six of BYU’s 13 regular-season games now have TV plans. See below for the most updated schedule. ESPN or an ESPN network will also televise the BYU-Boise State game, th... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Letters to the Editor, May 24-26 2017

May 25 2:57pm Park Record
A season-pass price increase of Epic proportions Editor: I love Park City Mountain and until now have appreciated all the work its new owners have put on the mountain ever since they assumed ownership.What I don’t like as much, however, is how the company keeps […]...
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Thinking of camping in Utah's national forests for Memorial Day? Here's an update what's open and closed due to snow and mud

May 25 2:35pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Campers hoping to head into Utah national forests may find higher-elevation campgrounds, roads and parking areas still closed due to snow and mud. U.S. Forest Service officials are warning that rivers and streams are running fast and the water is cold. They are urging adults to keep kids and pets away from the edge of streams and rivers. ATV, UTV and four-wheel drive enthusiasts are urged to ride only on designated routes and to avoid riding on muddy trails until they dry out,. Kathy Jo Pollock ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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ParkScore: Minneapolis is #1

May 25 1:56pm City Parks Blog
Click on the photo to view the Minneapolis profile and score results or here. Better yet, make plans to join 1,000 park advocates, planners, programmers and managers at the Greater & Greener Parks Conference in Minneapolis and St. Paul (#2) July 29-August 2 and see the number 1 and 2 city parks systems for yourself.
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Utah forecast: Rainy, thunderous end to the week, then sunshine

May 25 10:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
A cooler, rainy denouement is in store for northern Utah’s work week, but clearing skies and sunshine are on tap come Saturday. Isolated rain showers and thunderstorms throughout Friday along the Wasatch Front, with high temperatures struggling to reach the upper-60s, a repeat of Thursday’s forecast. It’s like blues songstress Sherry Pruitt sings: “Through it all, we must stand tall [and] remember, there is sunshine after the rain.” And, there will be. Saturday brings clearing skies to the Salt... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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UtahPresents Announces 2017-18 Season

May 25 7:52am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
UtahPresents, the performing arts presenter on the University of Utah campus, announces its 2017-18 line-up of exciting performances, providing an abundance of creative and cultural experiences for the campus and regional community.
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Truck crashes into Park City house after losing brakes

May 24 10:36pm Park Record
A truck crashed into a house in Old Town on Wednesday evening, landing on its side, causing structural damage to the building and forcing the closure of a busy street. The truck was traveling downhill on Marsac Avenue close to the Marsac Building when the […]...
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WEST SIDE STORY to Hit Utah Cultural Celebration Center's Outdoor Amphitheater

May 24 9:54pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
A timeless classic, West Side Story tells the story of star-crossed lovers caught in a turf war between rival ethnic gangs, played out in the streets of Manhattan. Come sing along with the Grammy-winning score, which include classics 'Something's Coming,' 'Maria,' 'America,' 'Somewhere,' 'Tonight,' 'I Feel Pretty,' 'Jet Song,' and 'Cool.
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West Side Theatre Co. Encores Successful FIRST IMPRESSIONS: A BROADWAY BENEFIT CONCERT

May 24 7:57pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Due to popular demand, the non-profit West Side Theatre Company will present an encore performance of its initial production--FIRST IMPRESSIONS: A BROADWAY BENEFIT CONCERT--on June 9.
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State schools well-represented at track regionals

May 24 6:25pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
More than 90 athletes representing Utah’s six major universities will compete in a combined 101 events at the 2017 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field West Preliminary Round in Austin, Texas, this weekend. Events begin Thursday morning at Mike A. Myers Stadium on the University of Texas campus and run through Saturday evening. Competitors who ranked among the top 48 nationally in their respective events qualified for the West Regional, along with the top 24 teams in the relays. The East Regi... <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 Contract Extension for Music Director Thierry Fischer Through 2021-22 Season

May 24 2:56pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Utah Symphony | Utah Opera President and CEO Paul Meecham and Board Chair Dave Petersen today announced an extension of Thierry Fischer's contract as Utah Symphony Music Director through the 2021-22 season. The agreement extends the current contract, set to expire at the end of the 2018-19 season, for an additional three years. Mr. Fischer was named Music Director in September 2009, and his first full season in this role was the Utah Symphony's 2011-12 season.
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Memorial Day crowds could be especially bad at Arches National Park

May 24 2:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Memorial Day always ranks among the busiest three-day weekends of the year for outdoor recreation spots. Those visiting national parks, fishing areas, public campgrounds and state parks can expect some of the most crowded conditions of the year as the summer recreation season kicks off. That is going to be especially true at Arches National Park this year, as a combination of road construction and other changes could mean waits to get into the park. Park officials say the weekend often brings re... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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NCAA Track: Led by BYU's 46, Utah schools well-represented at regionals

May 24 1:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
More than 90 athletes representing Utah’s six major universities will compete in a combined 101 events at the 2017 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field West Preliminary Round in Austin, Texas, this weekend. Events begin Thursday morning at Mike A. Myers Stadium on the University of Texas campus and run through Saturday evening. Competitors who ranked among the top 48 nationally in their respective events qualified for the West Regional, along with the top 24 teams in the relays. The East Regi... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Delays expected on Wasatch Front roads for Memorial Day weekend

May 24 1:06pm Park Record
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) urges Wasatch Front drivers to expect delays of up to an hour on I-15 during the afternoon and evening this Thursday and Friday for Memorial Day weekend. Traffic is expected to start up as early as noon on both […]...
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BYU baseball: Suddenly slumping Cougars probably need to win WCC Tourney to end NCAA drought

May 24 12:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • Not often does a college baseball coach talk about “having a clean slate” or “starting a new season” after his team wins a piece of the regular-season title. But that’s what BYU’s Mike Littlewood is saying as the Cougars turn their attention to the West Coast Conference baseball tournament this weekend. Getting swept by fellow tri-champion Gonzaga in last week’s three-game series — when all BYU needed to do to take the conference title outright was win one game — will do that to a guy. “... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah forecast: Sunny mornings, cloudy afternoons, rainy evenings

May 24 10:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Sunny mornings, cloudy afternoons, rainy evenings. That sums up northern Utah’s weather forecast through the remainder of this week. Following Wednesday’s highs in the upper-80s along the Wasatch Front, thunderstorms and rain were forecast from midnight into the early morning hours of Thursday. Precipitation will ease with the dawn, withThursday afternoon temperatures around 70 degrees. Friday will bring intermittent sunshine and showers under partly cloudy skies with highs once more hovering ar... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Fun Activities in Park City, Utah No Matter the Weather!

May 24 9:18am Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman
We may be known as the Park City real estate strategists, but we certainly know how to have our fair share of fun. Did you know that about one in every four blogs we post is about life in Park City? We are always happy to guide out-of-town visitors to the activities in Park City. Usually thatRead more › The post Fun Activities in Park City, Utah – No Matter the Weather! appeared first on Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman.
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ParkScore 2017 has arrived!

May 24 8:47am City Parks Blog
The Trust for Public Land is pleased to announce that the 2017 edition of ParkScore is live.  Visit and find out where all of the 100 largest US cities rank.  Minneapolis has once again come out on top, with St. Paul in 2nd place. A big thanks to all of the Parks and Recreation agencies […]...
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Park City Mountain to open Friday for summer season

May 23 7:18pm Park Record
With temperatures continuing to rise and the snow nearly melted, Park City Mountain is set to open for its summer season on Friday. The Park City Base Area, which includes popular activities such as the alpine slides and coaster, will be the first of the […]...
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Four-peat: Miners cruise to another title

May 23 7:18pm Park Record
Winning a state championship can be a special moment in a high school athlete's life. It's a rare feat, as many who compete in athletics during their prep careers never get to taste what clinching a title feels like. But what if one never knew […]...
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Miners conclude best season in program history

May 23 7:17pm Park Record
It was a situation Park City, and specifically Ben Agnew, have been in before. At Thursday afternoon's matchup between the Park City and Pine View baseball teams in the UHSAA 3A state quarterfinals, the season was on the line. The game was tied 6-6 in […]...
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PCHS track and field exceeds expectations at Championships

May 23 7:17pm Park Record
Like in years past, Park City High School track and field co-head coach David Yocum expected the distance events to carry at least the girls' team this season. But Friday and Saturday's UHSAA 3A State Championships at BYU were a different story. Behind strong performances […]...
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Park City Karate to host Intermountain Karate Championship

May 23 7:17pm Park Record
Park City Karate will be hosting the ninth-annual Intermountain Karate Championship (formerly the USA Karate-Utah State Championships and National Qualifier) on Saturday, June 3 at the Ecker Hill International Middle School. The competition will include kata (traditional karate forms) and kumite (sparring) and all ages […]...
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UOP to host three Slip n Soar events this summer

May 23 7:17pm Park Record
Back by popular demand, the Utah Olympic Park will host three signature Slip 'n' Soar events this summer. Slip 'n' Soar 2017 dates include Saturday, June 24, Tuesday, July 4, and Saturday, Aug. 19. Tickets for all three events are now on sale. Celebrate summer […]...
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Sports Briefs, May 24, 2017

May 23 7:17pm Park Record
Update of Jenni's Trail at Park City Mountain Due to continued EPA and United Park City Mines work, along with installation of new snowmaking lines in the Treasure Hollow area of the Resort, there will be an interruption of Jenni's Trail between Upper Loose Moose […]...
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Rec Report, May 24, 2017

May 23 7:17pm Park Record
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN Park City Mountain is scheduled to open for summer activities on the Park City side on Friday, May 26. Summer operations at Canyons Village are scheduled to begin on June 16. Go to ParkCityMountain.com or call 435-649-8111 for more information. DEER VALLEY […]...
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Community must unite to prevent graduation-related tragedies

May 23 7:16pm Park Record
This is an exciting time of year for everyone involved in public education. It's an opportunity to reflect on the hard work students, teachers, parents and community members put in to shape the graduating classes of Summit County's three high schools. And it's a chance […]...
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Adventures with Chip

May 23 7:16pm Park Record
Even among the highly idiosyncratic Sun Classic production geeks assembling at the Homestead Resort in Midway that long ago morning-in-question, Thomas Francis Chip Radaelli stood out. That much I remember. The name of the film being shot, however, is, at least for the moment, lost […]...
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Journey to become the youngest person to visit all 417 National Park Service sites hits Utah

May 23 6:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Mikah Meyer in 2016 set out on a mission to honor his late father and the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service: Become the youngest person to visit all 417 NPS sites. More than 170 parks into his journey, Meyer, 31, has reached Utah and is bringing his hymn-singing, mountain-climbing, sight-seeing, son-of-a-preacher brand of LGBT outreach to the Mighty Five and Utah’s other monuments and recreation areas. “The first site I went to was Natural Bridges [National Monument] on May 5, and ...
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Utah ski resorts shift from winter to summer recreation

May 23 6:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
With the snow almost gone from Utah’s mountains, ski areas are moving from winter to summer recreation. That includes lift-served mountain biking, deals on lodging, music festivals, hiking and special events. Opening dates for summer events include Alta Lodge on June 4; Beaver Mountain, now through October; Brian Head, June 23 through Sept. 10 and then re-opening Sept. 16 for Rocktober; Cherry Peak, June 17; Deer Valley, June 16 through Sept. 4 plus weekends until Sept. 17; Eagle Point, June 17...
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Utah forecast: Above-normal temperatures through midweek a portent of things to come

May 23 6:34pm Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
If you want a glimpse at what Utah’s summer will bring, this midweek’s forecast could be a preview of coming weather attractions. Wednesday will bring high in mid-80s to the Wasatch Front and upper-90s to southern Utah’s redrocks and high deserts will approach triple digits — in both cases about 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. Get used to the warmer-than-average temperatures, as well as a bit more moisture than normal for Utah through the coming summer months. The National Weather...
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Utah Shakespeare Festival Welcomes Frank Mack as New Executive Producer

May 23 6:16pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
???????The Utah Shakespeare Festival announced today the hiring of Frank Mack, a veteran of theatre companies across the United States, as its new executive producer, replacing the recently retired R. Scott Phillips. Mack will join the Utah Shakespeare Festival on September 1.
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KPCW names new GM

May 23 4:31pm Park Record
Veteran news broadcaster Renai Bodley has been selected as KPCW's new general manager. She will take the reins from retiring KPCW general manager Larry Warren on June 5. Bodley, who has been a KPCW news reporter for the past two years, also has 19 years […]...
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PHOTOS: North Summit High School graduates 73

May 23 1:22pm Park Record
North Summit High School graduated 73 seniors Monday evening, May 22, 2017. The ceremony opened with a processional of students and flags followed by speeches, a special tribute and more. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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Park City Again Voted One of America&#146;s Best Towns

May 23 1:14pm
Park City is one of America’s best towns…everyone says so!https://historicparkcityutah.com/news/americas-little-darling ...
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BYU football: Texas prep QB Zadock Dinkelmann, Ty Detmer's nephew, commits to BYU

May 23 1:34am BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Offensive coordinator Ty Detmer will apparently have another nephew playing quarterback for BYU in the near future. Zadock Dinkelmann, a rising senior quarterback from San Antonio, Texas, committed to play for BYU on Monday. The class of 2018 prospect is 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds. He committed to LSU while in the eighth grade, but decommitted from the Tigers in January. “Recruiting process is over!” Dinkelmann tweeted Monday. “Blessed to say I have committed to Brigham Young University!” Dinkelm... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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