Park Record

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The Park Record
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s)Swift Communication
PublisherAndy Bernhard
EditorBubba Brown
Founded1880
Headquarters1670 Bonanza Dr.
Park City, UT 84060 USA
Websiteparkrecord.com

The Park Record is a twice-weekly newspaper published in Park City, Utah. It was founded in 1880 as the Park Mining Record, edited by James Shupback. After two editorial changes, Sam Raddon, formerly with the Salt Lake Tribune, had taken over editor- and ownership, and the newspaper began to establish itself as an "outspoken and critical" paper--"anti-everything, including anti-Mormon, anti-Chinese, and anti-Indian." Raddon added several small, failing papers to the Record, which he led for half a decade.[1]

The Park Record is now controlled by Swift Communications.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thompson, George A. (1993). Treasure Mountain Home: Park City Revisited. Dream Garden Press. pp. 23–24. ISBN 978-0-942688-89-4.

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