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Wed/Thurs/Fri, August 22-24, 2018 The Park Record W Green Tips AY WE WERE Wild birds, coyotes and bears, oh my! Park City Signs displays sustainability MARY CLOSSER Recycle Utah Park City Signs started in 1982 and was recently acquired by new owners Liz and Eric Myers. They are committed to their business and the environment! Their quality signs can be seen all over town as window graphics, construction signs, car wraps and more and in every imaginable medium from vinyl and wood to metal. Park City Signs’ staff is committed to reducing, reusing and recycling wherever possible. Like many businesses in Park City, they concentrate on their own footprint. They recycle whatever possible at their office and staff transports the harder-to-recycle materials to Recycle Utah. They encourage staff to use mugs, bottles, plates, and silverware to avoid plastic. Their offices have been transitioned to LED, toilets are low-flow and their thermostat is monitored carefully. Beyond the basics, they use post-con- CHELSEA BANKS PARK CITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM, BOB SAWYER COLLECTION The Silver King Coalition Mines Company kept a pet coyote, pictured, in the 1930s. Park City Museum collections intern Wanning survived a bear at- the railway workers. And on tack; it was shot dead by his State Street, saloonkeeper LouForget your cats, dogs, and companions Henry Spriggs and is Hobein owned a black bear guinea pigs. How about a black Jinks Nelson. They captured the named Dewey. Dewey eventubear or a coyote? While today bear’s three cubs, of which one ally escaped his yard, creating people frown on keeping wild was taken to Park City and kept a temporary panic on the street. animals as pets, laws weren’t for a short time at Wanning’s Dewey’s rampage ended, howalways strict about such things, saloon. The cub became very ever, with his being shot by sauand it was not unusual to see popular with the locals, proving sage-maker Otto Heller (who pets made of wild birds, rodents, to be fond of both candy and bit- apparently made sausages from coyotes, or even bears. This ing before being sent on to a Mr. his meat). was especially true in a mining Lemp in Milwaukee. By 1930, bears were harder town like Park City, where these And it wasn’t just in Park to come by in Utah, but coyotes beasts were regularly and City,MORTAGE as pet bears, many like- were still plentiful. At least one FULL seen SERVICE BROKER SINCE 1986 hunted. Hunters would some- ly captured in the mountains coyote made a home in Park times capture young cubs and around Park City, became some- City, as a pet or mascot for the FULL SERVICE MORTAGE BROKER pups, to be kept or given away thing of a trend. The Rio Grande SINCE Silver 1986 King Coalition Mine. as pets. Western Depot in Salt Lake And, as before, he was just one Pet bears were seen around City was at one point home of many in the state. A decade Park City from its early days. to a young bear mascot, Dan- earlier, a pet coyote in Ogden In 1909, saloon owner George ny, known for wrestling with made the news when it was BERRETT BERRETT MORTGAGE MORTGAGE Is now a branch office Is now a branch office killed by a police officer after escaping. A few years later, a coyote pup was stolen from its home on Wall Street. In 1942, Fort Douglas acquired its own coyote, Satan, inducted as official mascot for the military police after being captured in a Salt Lake City driveway. Unfortunately for Fort Douglas, though fortunately for the coyote, Satan soon escaped back into the mountains after chewing through his rope. It is unknown how long the Silver King’s coyote remained as a Park City pet, but its existence has been memorialized in this photograph from the Park City Museum’s extensive historic image collection. BA A-11 CK O N M K AR sumer recycled paper content in most paper products, eco-friendly cleaning supplies and encourage staff to use alternative transportation. Park City Signs is always a step ahead when it comes to greening their signs. They use an eco-friendly latex printer instead of a solvent printer. They offer high-end biodegradable materials to their customers when it makes sense. They have conferred with manufacturers at sign industry conferences about creating more sustainable products. They even sew bags from used banners so they can have a second life! Park City Signs’ zest for true sustainability is contagious and we are thrilled to have their conscientious thinking part of the Green Business program. If your business, any type, is interested in learning about Recycle Utah’s Green Business program, contact 435649-9698 x13. Official condemns rebel flag display Associated Press MIDVALE — A Midvale City Council member has voiced concerns about the Confederate flag being displayed during the Salt Lake City suburb’s Harvest Days parade. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Councilman Dustin Gettel raised the issue during the council’s meeting Tuesday after the flag was displayed during the Aug. 11 parade by members of a group called Sons of Confederate Veterans. Gettel said he considers the flag a “symbol of hate” and that he received comments pro and con about flag after he posted a comment about it on two Facebook pages. Mayor Robert Hale says the city plans to meet with the group on a possible course of action. American Fork city officials in 2016 condemned a display of the Confederate flag in an unsanctioned local parade float. ET PUTTING OUR LENDING EXPERIENCE TO WORK FOR YOU! 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