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A mixed bag for American Skiing and a record quarter for Intrawest.
Mammoth readies for the 1999-2000 ski season with $20 million worth of improvements.
Intrawest Corporation announced that their first quarter numbers show an increase from numbers reported in 1998.
Along with the mountain village expansion, Copper is also looking to add new terrain, upgrade lifts, and improve snowmaking.
Intrawest announced a rise of almost 70 percent for its second quarter results.
After intermittant attempts to sell the area, last week owner Don Begraft put Hidden Valley Ski and Tennis Resort up for sale on eBay.
Three companies are vying for ownership of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., CO, which was put up for sale by the American Skiing Company (ASC) last spring.
Red Cross volunteers will be taking donations from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Copper, Winter Park and Mary Jane mountains.
Oct. 1: Denver approves Winter Park contract, and VR schedules budget cuts.
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