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A storm system moved speedily over the Midwest and Eastern regions of the U.S. bringing a couple inches of rain and up to 10 inches of snow at some ski resorts this weekend.
Court gives Vail go-ahead on Category III expansion.
Wisp Four Seasons Resort in western Maryland should change owners next spring. Development plans include opening more intermediate terrain and building an adventure sports center.
National Ski Areas Association recieves money from the Forest Service.
SnowSports Industries America put forth their first sales report of the season explaining that retail sales are up over this time last year.
In the 20 months since Okemo submitted expansion plans which drew fire from state officials, changes have been made that shouldmitigate almost all of the commission's concerns.
The newly formed North Peak, Inc. purchased Mad River Mountain, OH in what is believed to be the first of several North Peak acquisitions.
Telluride Ski and Golf's partner Morita Investments International agreed to buy 100 percent ownership of the ski area and to make a $14 million investment in the area.
An unexplained fire destroyed a food and beverage building at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, WV early New Year's Day but caused little disruption to resort operations.
Wachusett Moutain Ski Area, MA had plans for two new trails at midmountain. Unfortunately, a Superior Court judge blocked the expansion.
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