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November 12, 1994 | ERROL A. COCKFIELD JR., TIMES STAFF WRITER
Early snowstorms have allowed ski resorts across California to open early this season, triggering optimism throughout the industry that this winter will be among the best ever. Some resorts opened as early as last Friday and another big snowstorm on Thursday prompted others to make plans to open this weekend. Snow Valley, a ski resort in San Bernardino County that usually follows the traditional Thanksgiving opening, was scheduled to open today.
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November 12, 1994 | ERROL A. COCKFIELD JR., TIMES STAFF WRITER
Early snowstorms have allowed ski resorts across California to open early this season, triggering optimism throughout the industry that this winter will be among the best ever. Some resorts opened as early as last Friday and another big snowstorm on Thursday prompted others to make plans to open this weekend. Snow Valley, a ski resort in San Bernardino County that usually follows the traditional Thanksgiving opening, was scheduled to open today.
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January 1, 1990 | T. R. REID, THE WASHINGTON POST
In every way but one, the slick new magazine that just hit the stands looks like every other travel mag you've picked up on airplanes and in doctors' offices. The articles consist of hyperbolic prose about "mountain splendor" and "natural wonders." The lavish color pictures show off Colorado's most scenic mountains, forests, rivers and national parks, and the advertisements promote hotels, restaurants, dude ranches and ski resorts.
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January 1, 1990 | T. R. REID, THE WASHINGTON POST
In every way but one, the slick new magazine that just hit the stands looks like every other travel mag you've picked up on airplanes and in doctors' offices. The articles consist of hyperbolic prose about "mountain splendor" and "natural wonders." The lavish color pictures show off Colorado's most scenic mountains, forests, rivers and national parks, and the advertisements promote hotels, restaurants, dude ranches and ski resorts.
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