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Final revisions of skier visits show Colorado numbers are down from last year.
U.S. ski and snowboard officials will heighten security measures for World Cup and Olympic qualifying events this winter following last month's terrorist attacks.
The Denver Post will be the nation's only newspaper to produce a weekly snow-sports section, starting this November.
Reservations at the nation's premier ski resorts are rebounding after dropping as much as 50 percent immediately after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Colorado Ski Country recently gave the Colorado Avalanche Information Center $20,000 to promote weather forecasting and avalanche education programs.
Frontier Airlines will rehire about 70 maintenance workers it laid off after the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the company said Friday.
Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) announced today its resorts saw a 16.8 percent drop in visits during the new year's holiday period compared to the same period last year.
Colorado voters, concerned about a sagging economy, nixed a proposal that could have led to a $50 million monorail linking Denver with the state's mountain ski areas.
Officials at Colorado's Winter Park Resort believe they will not be able to make the scheduled $2.3 million payment to the Denver Parks and Recreation Department this year.
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.
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