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Park City in their season opener at Wasatch. Park City won, 31-10.
Park City Looks to Continue Hot Start Into Tough Region Stretch
Brewster Hutchinson, Editor-in-chief • September 20, 2022

Through six games in the 2022 football season, the Park City Miners are 5-1, coming off of a tight 21-16 victory over the Highland Rams on Friday, September 16th. This Friday, September 23rd, the Miners will host the Olympus...

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Permanently closed exit at the end of the 130s hallway
Uvalde Shooting Leads to Closure of PCHS Doors
Brewster Hutchinson, Editor-in-chief • September 6, 2022

Starting this school year, the exit doors at the end of the 130s and 140s hallways have been turned into emergency exits and are permanently closed to students. The only approved student entry points are the southwest door...

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StuCo graphic promoting the dance (via @pcminernation on Instagram)
Homecoming Spirit Week & Events Announced
Brewster Hutchinson, Editor-in-chief • August 30, 2022

Homecoming week is next week, September 6th-9th, and Student Council has just announced the plans for spirit week and the coinciding events leading up to the big game and the big dance.   Monday, September 5th...

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Students in the mosh
Hoco 2022: A Photo Gallery
Colton Hawkins, Staff Writer • September 20, 2022

On Saturday, September 10, the 2022 Homecoming Dance was held outdoors at Canyons Village. Below is a quick visual summary of the amazing night.            

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Dear Class of 2023,
Dear Class of 2023,
Molly-Mae Sims, Managing Editor • September 19, 2022

Dear Class of 2023, We are finally seniors! We made it through the elementary school drama, to the huge and exciting new world of Ecker Hill, then we got to Treasure Mountain where we went from the ‘big kids’ to the...

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Portraits, the band. Photo credit: Andrew Sweeney
Student Spotlight: Park City Needs More Punks
Brent Johnson, Editor-at-large • September 12, 2022

I met Derek Rys at the O’Shucks open mic night–held on April 27th–while I was taking pictures for an article. He saw my camera and asked me if I knew film photography. I do, so he handed me his camera, and I took photos...

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Reviewing the Miner Film Festival
Reviewing the Miner Film Festival
Max Kushner, Managing Editor • May 24, 2022

The annual PCHS Miner Film Festival (MFF) was on Friday, May 13th, and was back in the Eccles Center for the first time in three years. This event is a way to showcase all the talented PCHS student filmmakers...

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The Book Banning Debate
The Book Banning Debate
Brent Johnson, Media Arts Manager • May 23, 2022

From history, we can see that restricting new ideas in schools is often bad for education. The Scopes Trial is an example of this. If you’re unfamiliar with this infamous trial, it went like this: Thomas...

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The college decision day display in the hallway.
Why Colleges Should Become Test-Optional
The PC Prospector Editorial Board May 3, 2022

Everyone agrees that taking a test is not the ideal way to spend a Saturday, but for thousands of high school students across the country, it is a reality. The ACT and SAT tests are arguably the most important...

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