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Nov. 26: Freak accident occurred as snowmaking shelter filled with water.
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.
Two hundred years ago, John Colter set out alone, rifle in hand, to explore the uncharted territory of Wyoming and Montana. Colter stumbled upon the southern Teton Range and set up home in Jackson Hole, and the legend began.
A group of local environmentalists sue to stop Arapahoe Basin ski area from beginning snowmaking operations.
Keystone's request for more water from the Snake River for snowmaking purposes will undergo public review, says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
After three years of studies and deliberation, A-Basin get approval for snowmaking, bringing the area one step closer to year-round skiing.
The US Forest Service decision to allow snowmaking at Arapahoe Basin has received an appeal from the Boulder-based environmental group Colorado Wild.
An update on expansion plans and environemental protests.
When the weather heats up in the high country, so does the action in Jackson Hole.
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