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The former drug chief for the U.S. Olympic Committee plans to file a lawsuit that 50 percent of all American athletes who tested positive for banned substances in recent years went unpunished. The USOC adamantly denies these allegations.
The Denver Mayor's office recently announced it had narrowed the field of candidates to become partners in helping run Winter Park Resort.
Lodging and property management company East-West Resorts purchased Go West Tours and Adventures on Skis putting East-West among the top five ski tour operators in the country.
The Denver Post reports that Curtis Bruner, a 71-year-old Texas businessman, plans to buy Cuchara resort today.
John Frew, president and CEO of Colorado Ski Country USA, recently announced his resignation after five years of service.
The U.S. Forest Service has reversed an earlier decision and will allow small advertisements on chairlifts.
Coca-Cola and McDonald's agreed to sponsor Colorado Ski Country's 2000-2001 Fifth Grade Passport program.
The 25 member resorts affiliated with Colorado Ski Country report a 9.34 percent decrease in skier visits through February compared to last season.
Resorts reporting two feet of snow and forecast calls for more on the way.
Colorado's Water Quality Control Commission voted against an environmentalist appeal to stop a snowmaking plan at Arapahoe Basin, But the road to early season snow is not clear just yet.
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