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As the sunny summer weather continues, the more people will be out and about, taking advantage of Summit County’s miles and miles of trails, especially during the long Labor Day weekend. Summit County trail and leash etiquette for dogs and hikers

PARK CITY, Utah — It’s a battle of ski resort titans that could bring a hostile takeover at Park City Mountain Resort. A company managed by Vail Resorts Inc. is trying to evict the Park City resort from 3,700 acres of ski terrain — a fight that took a turn in a court hearing Friday. Recreation: Vail Resorts trying to evict Park City ski area

Runners took on the Tenmile Range early Sunday as a part of the 18th running of the Breck Crest marathon, half-marathon and 10K. The 23-mile marathon course attracted renowned male and female ultra runners Dakota Jones and Stevie Kremer. In Breckenridge mountain trail marathon, ultra-runners take first

As the trails on Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Peak 6 expansion are being carved out, Summit County locals are being invited to make their mark on the new terrain. Breckenridge Ski Resort asks community to name Peak 6 trails

On Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 11:15 a.m., the Summit County Coroner's Office was called by Bristlecone Hospice to respond to a Summit Cove residence for the death of pre-registered 56-year-old Nancy Secor. Longtime Summit County local Nancy Secor dies

On Saturday the Lakeside Bowling Center in Dillon will host a fundraiser to benefit the Summit County Animal Shelter and the League for Animals and People of Summit. Beagle attacked by pit bulls at USA Pro Challenge inspires fundraiser to benefit animal shelter

As you know, Summit County is, for the most part, a dog friendly place. Many events allow un-leased dogs. I just read a recent article, “Copper Mountain leash laws approved by Summit County Commission. Ernst: Dogs, danger and the same old excuses

Last week Breckenridge Police Department officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Fairview Boulevard for a report of an intoxicated minor. Upon their arrival at the scene, officers located a 16-year-old man passed out in a ditch on the east side of the road. Summit County police blotter: Whiskey a no-go and roadside refusals

On Father’s Day in 2007, a black bear fatally mauled an 11-year-old boy who was camping with his family in Utah’s Uinta National Forest. The family had gathered at an undeveloped, dispersed campsite 1.2 miles away from an established campground with amenities. WOTR: How can a court say a black bear is ‘not natural?’

It was winter that drew Todd Johnson to Summit County in 1992, followed by summer, both rife with possibility for outdoor recreation. While the seasons attracted him — a common tale in the High Country — it was the people who finally sealed the deal. That Summit County spirit: Todd Johnson

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