Red, White and Snow is a premier wine, culinary and ski event held for 17 years in Park City, Utah to benefit the National Ability Center. This 3 day Wine and Food Festival, March 4-6, 6:30-9:00pm will happen virtually this year! At the NAC, they say, "adapting is what we do best,"  so this will still be a fantastic celebration in support of the NAC mission. Now is the time to secure your tickets for the 2021 celebrations so you can join the festivities from the comfort of your home! Go to for tickets and event details or call 435.649.3991. 


Officers with the Utah Highway Patrol and Summit County deputies  had their hands full with Wednesday's  snowstorm.

They’re advising drivers to be careful—for your own safety and theirs—through the holiday weekend.  

Summit County Sheriff’s Lt. Andrew Wright said that in Summit County alone, there were two near-misses for officers.

He reported that just before 7 a.m. Wednesday, a truck was headed westbound on Interstate 80 between the Tollgate Interchange and Wanship.   It spun out of control, hit the cement barrier and was disabled.

JP Gendron

January 2017 will go down as one of Utah's snowiest months, ever. And for those living in some of Park City's remote, high-elevation locations, it hasn't been easy to deal with. But some say, they wouldn't have it any way - even it if means coming in through the bathroom window. Leslie Thatcher has their stories.

Think Snow

Nov 20, 2013

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