User: flenvcenter Topic: Regional Issues
Category: San Francisco Peaks
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To protect a forest, a town agreed to leave it alone 9.8.2018 Writers on the Range
With wildfires looming, Flagstaff came together to support national forest closures.
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LEBANON: Add Ski Report 10.2.2016 Durango Herald
PACIFIC SOUTHArizona Arizona Snowbowl — Mon 6:40 am packed powder machine groomed 60 - 68 base 40 of 40 trails 100% open, 7 of 7 lifts, Mon-Fri: 9a-4p; Sat/Sun: 9a-4p;
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LEBANON: Add Ski Report 31.1.2016 Durango Herald
PACIFIC SOUTHArizona Arizona Snowbowl — Thu 6:48 am packed powder machine groomed 54 - 60 base 40 of 40 trails 100% open, 7 of 7 lifts, Mon-Fri: 9a-4p; Sat/Sun: 9a-4p; Sunrise Park — Fri 7:42 am packed powder machine groomed 45 - 54 base 65 of 65 trails
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New hands-on owner of Purgatory is returing Durango ski area to its roots 27.12.2015 Headlines: All Headlines
Coleman finalized his purchase of Durango Mountain Resort in February. That same day, the Texas-bred Durango resident changed the name of the hill he has skied regularly since 1983 back to Purgatory.
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The Hopi man who runs to protect his tribe's water 5.11.2015 High Country News Most Recent
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Purgatory ski resort owner drops bid for Arizona Snowbowl 29.7.2015 Denver Post: Business
Purgatory ski resort owner James Coleman has dropped his bid to buy the Arizona Snowbowl and will become a partner in the ski area ...
Navajos turn to international commission in ski-resort fight 30.3.2015 Durango Herald
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation is asking an international human rights commission to weigh in on a decades-old battle over a northern Arizona ski resort.But getting a petition considered by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights could be a long shot.Commission spokeswoman Maria Isabel Rivero says between 80...
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With deal for Purgatory, Durango businessman links four SW ski areas 1.11.2014 Headlines: All Headlines
Durango businessman James Coleman's purchase of his hometown ski area creates a network of four southwestern resorts that will soon be linked by a single season pass called the Power Pass.
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Hoping for cooler temperatures 16.10.2014 | Arizona Elections
Getting tired of the warm weather and ready for winter? You are not alone! Cooler temperatures will be here ...
Reclaimed water not going away at Snowbowl 15.8.2014 | Arizona Republic Front Page
Despite backlash from activist group Protect the Peaks, Flagstaff and Snowbowl will continue to use wastewater for ...
Activist protests Flagstaff-Snowbowl deal 15.8.2014 | Arizona Elections
Activist Klee Benally of Protect the Peaks is protesting Flagstaff's agreement to provide wastewater to Snowbowl for ...
Flagstaff renews Snowbowl deal, group calls for boycott 15.8.2014 | Arizona Elections
For some, it's good business to keep the slopes at Snowbowl open, but activists say it's disrespectful and ...
Snow is a no-show in Flagstaff 24.1.2014 | news
Snow is a no-show in Flagstaff
Hopi lawsuit against wastewater snowmaking gets green light in Arizona 16.1.2014 From the Blogs
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A Diné activist protests Arizona Snowbowl's wastewater-to-snow methods 17.8.2013 Current Issue
Fighting for the environment is just part of this Navajo's cultural identity.
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Steamboat jumper Marsh Gooding soars to top spot in Montana Gelande championships 1.3.2013 Steamboat Pilot
Marsh Gooding soared to the top spot at the Snowbowl Cup last weekend near Missoula, Mont., marking the first time a Steamboat Springs Gelande jumper has won the event.
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Region Briefs 28.12.2012 Durango Herald
Gallup police probe death of prosecutorGALLUP, N.M. Police in Gallup are investigating the death of a high-ranking prosecutor.They say the body of Chief Deputy Assistant District Attorney Jim Bierly was found about 1 a.m. Thursday in his home.
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Arizona winter storm may bring more rain, snow 17.12.2012 | news
Arizona winter storm may bring more rain, snow
Snowmaking scheduled to start at Arizona resort 17.12.2012 Durango Herald
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. Years after a northern Arizona ski resort submitted plans to make snow and boost business, a pipeline is ready to carry treated wastewater to a mountain that Native American traditionalists consider sacred and has been a popular recreation spot.
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Storm lingers, expected to stay through tonight 19.3.2012 | news
Scattered rain expected as a late winter storm makes its way through the Valley.
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