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HICKORY HILLS IN TRAVERSE CITY AWARDED $125,000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS
Phase two of Hickory Hills’ plan includes expanding snow-making and improving Nordic ski trails and the alpine slalom race hill. Read about it on TV 9&10 News.
BOYNE MOUNTAIN RAISES $100K FOR KID'S CHARITY
Boyne Mountain IS in line to receive an 8-pack chair lift. Construction on the new lift began in early April, and two existing lifts, Disciples I and Disciples II, were removed in order to make room for Disciples 8. The 180 chairs from the two lifts were sold off to establish the Boyne Mountain Fund for Youth. Read the article.
KENT COUNTY EYES PURCHASE OF CANNONSBURG SKI AREA
Kent County leaders are considering the purchase of a 272-acre ski hill and outdoor recreation area.
So far, discussions of a sale between the county and owners have been informal. Read the story on MLive...
MICHIGAN SKI JUMP RECEIVES $20 MILLION FOR IMPROVEMENTS
Michigan state lawmakers recently passed a $4.8 billion infrastructure plan and part of it will go towards upgrades for the Copper Peak Ski Jump in Gogebic County. $20 million is slated to to restore and develop Ironwood’s Copper Peak Ski Jump facility to host FIS ski jumping events after nearly 30 years out of commission. Read the article...
WILL SKIING SURVIVE?
Will skiing survive? Resorts struggle through a winter of climate and housing woes. Read the article...
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Chili Dip Atomic Appetizer
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