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Girl On Fire Contest To Send Worthy Teens to Ski Camps
By Jill Adler Tecnica Blizzard and Keely’s Ski Camp for Girls want to send two girls to ski camp. I wish I was 15; I’d be all over this. Hopefully, by the time Sage is old enough she can find a scholarship this cool. The 2nd Annual Girl on...
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Deer Valley Agrees to Purchase Solitude!
Blog post courtesy of Deer Valley Deer Valley Resort Agrees to Purchase Solitude Mountain Resort Originally Posted on October 3, 2014 by Emily Summers on this link: http://blog.deervalley.com/skiing/deervalleybuyssolitude Deer Valley Resort...
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Meet Utah’s Newest Ski Area - Cherry Peak Resort
By Jill Adler When you ask John Chadwick what’s the craziest job he’s ever had you would think the commercial developer would say “owner of a ski resort”. The longtime local and industrial developer will be introducing Utahns to the 15th...
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Vail purchases PCMR for 182 Million!
Big news out of Park City today, Vail Resorts has just purchased Park City Mountain Resort for 182.5 million dollars. This ends the litigation with parent company, Powdr Corp. Part of the deal requires that Park City Mountain Resort employees keep...
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PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT PAYS BOND; LET THE SKI SEASON BEGIN!
Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) announced today it’s going to pay up. Judge Ryan Harris imposed a $17.5 million bond amount last week if the resort planned to operate for 2014/15. Well, get ready folks. the scheduled season opener is November 22,...
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Rain Fails To Dampen Spirit of Outdoor Retailer Demo Day 2014
It’s been windy; it’s drizzled on and off; but never in my history of summer ORs have the heavens opened up and dropped buckets of rain on the hundreds of retailers, buyers, media and guests attending the annual event like they did today. It...
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Tickets Selling Out for the Park City Food & Wine Classic
It’s not hard to get excited about food. And wine. Maybe that’s why one of Park City’s newest fests draws the eager and hungry from all over the world during a time when things just start to get interesting around the historic mining town. The...
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Talisker/Vail/PCMR Update - June 19 2014
Report by Jill Adler Imagine, if you will, an abandoned ski resort. No signs of life, no snowguns blazing; all quiet amid the hustle just a few miles away. This isn’t a tale on the Discovery Channel- not yet anyway- but it could be the story...
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Summer Fun Reading Form
Our Summer Reading Challenge is back for 2014! All students K-12 are welcome to participate in our award winning local service project, the Summer Fun Reading Challenge! Everyone who participates wins! Just fill out our simple form once you have...
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Summer Bites
It’s warm, it’s inviting and it’s all day. But playing outside in the summer isn’t always safe. Sure we get that the sun causes cancer, wrinkles and burns; that snakes bite and bees sting and ivy itches. However, a new report from the...
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Vibram Settles Lawsuit
Did anyone really think that running (close to) barefoot was good for your legs? Short of being Taharumara where you have to run barefoot because there’s no money for $170 Hoka’s, logic and common sense should steer you toward cushioned insoles.
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All the Stories: Documenting LGBT Love Stories
Park City Television in partnership with photographer and documentary film maker, D'Arcy Benincosa is proud to present a new series of interviews documenting the struggles of same-sex couples in Utah. Watch our Mountain Morning and Mountain Views...
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