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Insane amounts of snow at the ‘shoe

Insane amounts of snow at the ‘shoe

With more snow having fallen than typically falls in a year, and plenty more snow in the forecast, Snowshoe has announced that it is extending the season to April 5, a week after the original season-ending date. Snowshoe, now touting the best conditions in its 36-year history, has received 193″ of snow at this writing, 13″ [...]

Homestead’s Sepp Kober honored

Sepp Kober, the 89-year-old “father of southern skiing,” was honored Saturday with a celebration, covered by the Staunton newspaper, prior to his expected induction into the U.S. National Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.

WV patroller/politician wants more ski areas

It might not have been meant that way, but it looks like a gentle diss of the Snowshoe’s Western Territory as not enough. The Charleston Gazette has the story.

March keeps WV ’08-09 season flat

March keeps WV ’08-09 season flat

The Charleston newspaper reports on an overall flat ski season which actually escaped the West’s woes (as we suspected), and a thrice-a-week Orlando-to-Charleston flight that buoys the spirits of Joe Stevens, the WV industry spokesguy (who used to be the Snowshoe spokesguy.)

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