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Despite beefing up safety standards, Keystone Resort, CO records the first ski-related death of the season.
A transplanted Canadian lynx moves into the Keystone area, in Colorado, prompting wildlife officials to take a closer look at local ski area expansion plans.
Keystone opened some of the Outback terrain, late last week, and the guns are going full-blast to augment the more than 300 acres that skiers can choose from.
Along with the mountain village expansion, Copper is also looking to add new terrain, upgrade lifts, and improve snowmaking.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) announced new standards for sidecuts and stack height last spring, and factories and racers are hustling to accommodate.
A group of local environmentalists sue to stop Arapahoe Basin ski area from beginning snowmaking operations.
A light snow falls in Crested Butte, CO continuing a Rocky Mountain September marked by snowflakes.
Anticipation of the rapidly approaching ski season mounts as more snow falls in Colorado's high country.
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.
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