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A local organization that seeks to stabilize and preserve the legacy of historic mining structures is providing a free lecture Monday on the 11 people who founded the Silver King Mine.

Sally Elliot from Friends of Ski Mountain Mining History says the event takes place at the Jim Santy auditorium at 5:00 on Monday evening.

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The Chief Operating Officer for Deer Valley, Todd Shallan, visited County Council on Wednesday. He was asked if the resort can be more green in a couple of areas.

During the conversation, County Council member Glenn Wright asked Shallan how Deer Valley can cut down on traffic congestion. Wright noted that when the parking areas spill out every day, from Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort—the result is gridlock and even the buses of Park City area transit are caught up in it.

The Summit County Council on Wednesday heard from the Chief Operating Officer of Deer Valley that the resort has had a phenomenal year.

And in particular, Todd Shallan talked about the impacts they’re seeing from the sales of their Ikon Pass.

The council talked to Shallan as part of their regular effort to touch base with the operations of both Deer Valley, and its rival, the Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Village, held by Vail.

Deer Valley Resort is asking a Third District Court judge to drop it as a co-defendant from a skier-collision lawsuit being filed against actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Attorneys for Deer Valley, and its employee, ski instructor Eric Christiansen, are denying allegations that the resort did not assist the plaintiff in the lawsuit, Salt Lake resident Terry Sanderson and that they filed a false report about the collision.

The filing also argues that even if the charges were true, Sanderson can’t file a claim against the Resort for emotional suffering.

Gwyneth Paltrow's Instagram Page

Attorneys for actress Gwyneth Paltrow have fired back against a skier-collision lawsuit filed last month against her and Deer Valley Resort.

In the filing made Wednesday to Third District Court, Paltrow says that a collision at the Resort  nearly three years ago was the fault of the plaintiff,  Salt Lake resident Terry Sanderson.

Roof Collapse Destroys Portion Of A Park City Home

Feb 19, 2019
Carolyn Murray

 A home in the Thayne’s Canyon neighborhood had a portion of the roof fall in on Tuesday morning around 9:30. The house is surrounded with yellow caution tape and the cause of the collapse is being investigated although it is assumed to be from the snow pack on the roof.When the roof caved in, the couple was inside the home. Public Affairs Coordinator for the Park City Fire District, Tricia Hazelrigg says the couple was given some warning prior to the roof coming down.

Steve Marsing

Wasatch Wrestling took home another team state title last week while a Park City wrestler won an individual title.

The Wasatch Wasps ran away with the 5A state tournament team championship. The wasps scored 287.5 points blowing away 2nd place Box Elder who scored 209 points. Wasatch qualified 18 wrestlers for the state tournament, 12 of them placed in the top six.

It was a bit like the wild west in Park City Saturday afternoon after two horses escaped from their corral on Monitor Dr. According to Park City Police Captain Phil Kirk, the horses took got out about 1:30 p.m. Saturday and took  police officers on a parade from Monitor to Kearns Blvd. then onto Park Ave. and up to Norfolk before staff from the National Ability Center were albe to bridle the horses. The horses' owner was identified and returned to their pasture about an hour later...

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