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Five-year-old girl of British parents dies in skiing accident in France

A five-year-old girl of British parents has died in a skiing accident in the French Alps, with the man involved in the incident currently being held on suspicion of manslaughter. The accident occurred yesterday (Saturday January 15) at the end of the morning, on a track in the ski resort …

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Canadian Kevin Drury wins silver at Ski Cross World Cup in Alberta

NAKISKA, ALTA. – Ski cross racer Kevin Drury feels he is in good shape at the right time. The 33-year-old Torontonian finished second Friday at Nakiska Ski Resort for his first World Cup medal since breaking his leg in a race on Dec. 20, 2020. The Canadian, who won the …

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Go skiing or try tubing at the Butternut Ski Area in Great Barrington

The Butternut ski area in Great Barrington has everything from skiing to shopping and even a French pastry shop Shayna Seymour goes tubing, then stops for French pastries and checks into a local bed and breakfast Update: 8:06 p.m. EST January 12, 2022 Hide transcription Show transcript THE CHRONICLE. ♪ …

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Ski vacation threatened as Italy tightens Covid rules

IItaly today tightened its Covid-19 restrictions, affecting ski holidays for British families this winter. The “green super pass” requirement has been extended to a range of additional sites and locations, including hotels. The fixed pass is also compulsory to access the ski lifts and ski resorts. You can only get …

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Six ski resorts where celebrities have hit the slopes this winter

There is nothing quite like a winter getaway to see in the New Year, and ski resorts are always a top destination for the holiday season. Fresh air, unspoiled powder, crisp winter sun, and long open slopes make for perfect ski resorts, and celebrities certainly know the best places to …

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Aaron Ewen takes 2018 setback in stride to make Paralympic winter dream come true

After missing out on fashion four years ago, Aaron Ewen is just weeks away from finally being able to call himself a Paralympian. The para-alpine skier was in exactly the same position in 2018, set to represent New Zealand at their first Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, before sustaining a …

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The Chinese are rolling down the slopes, by Jordan Pouille (Le Monde diplomatique

Making snow at Manong Mountain Ski Resort, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, December 2021 Wang Zheng Costfoto / Future Publishing Getty Just A few weeks before the 2022 Winter Olympics (February 4-20) in Beijing, the Chinese public channel CCTV (China Central Television) aired the short documentary Guardians of the White Mountain, on …

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Brazilian Bolsonaro rushed to hospital with intestinal blockage

Published on: 03/01/2022 – 13:50Amended: 03/01/2022 – 13:49 Rio de Janeiro (AFP) – Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was rushed to hospital Monday morning after experiencing “abdominal discomfort” which doctors said was caused by a blockage in the intestines, his office and medical team said. Bolsonaro, 66, was on vacation at …

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from ski jumping to New Years in South Korea

On the line People celebrating New Years at Imjingak Pavilion in Paju, South Korea watch their neighbors to the north. Light show in Paris People attend New Year’s celebrations on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. The traditional light show and fireworks display in the French capital have been canceled due to …

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Party or pajamas? New Year’s celebrations in France continue despite record cases of Covid

Will the French be spending New Years Eve in slippers this year? It was the headline of the French daily Le Parisien, while the weekly Le Point summed up the dilemma in three words: “Evening or sofa? – an evening or an evening on the sofa? This is the question …

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The latest Covid rules at ski resorts and advice for travelers

France Entry conditions France has banned all non-essential travel for British citizens. Before this imposition, fully vaccinated people could travel to France with proof of a negative test up to 48 hours before travel, and children aged 12 and over had to show proof of a test result for avoid …

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From ski slopes to tennis courts, Covid’s shadow lurks

Published on: 12/27/2021 – 14:02Amended: 12/27/2021 – 2:00 PM Paris (AFP) – Ski ace Mikaela Shiffrin and tennis star Andrey Rublev have tested positive for Covid-19 within weeks of the Winter Olympics and the Australian Open respectively, as world sport has felt again the freezing wind of the coronavirus. Two-time …

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Ski wrap: Halvorsen posts best career result

Hannah Halvorsen.US Ski & Snowboard Truckee’s Hannah Halvorsen had her career-best World Cup performance on Saturday, leading the USA team to seventh place in Dresden, Germany. Halvorsen, who finished second in the free sprint quarter-finals, reached the World Cup semi-final for the first time in his career. “I’m still a …

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Skiers could face 10-day quarantine in Austria amid Omicron fears

B UK skiers could face the possibility of a 10-day quarantine upon arriving in Austria as early as Friday, local media reported. Under the proposed rules, only Austrian or EU citizens and those with a ‘habitual’ residence in Austria would be allowed to enter from Britain. The measure would impact …

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Europe’s ski slopes are open despite Omicron, at least for now

ALPE DI SIUSI, Italy — In the thin air of the Dolomitic Alps, 7,000 feet above sea level, one can almost forget that the Covid-19 pandemic is still raging. Skiers from all over Europe ride the ski lifts until dusk. Children hurtle down the slopes behind their monitors. People sip …

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Live travel news: latest updates as France bans UK tourists

France will ban British tourists from midnight on Saturday. Only “compelling reasons” travel between the two countries will be allowed, following an increase in omicron cases in Britain. However, French citizens and their spouses, partners and children will still be able to return to France from the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, …

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Chloe Kim on the verge of an Olympic spot; winter sports broadcast program

The US team for Beijing is really starting to take shape this week with athletes qualifying in a number of sports. The Olympic Short Track Speed ​​Skating Trials highlight the competition live on NBC Sports and Peacock. The trials will produce seven Olympians – five men and two women. Madame …

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Nursing student selected for mountain rescue team at Olympics – WSU Insider

Long-time patroller and future nurse Daniel Voltz has more than a pass on his certification exam in mind as he obtains his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Washington State University this month. Voltz will leave for China on January 20 to be part of the Mountain Rescue Service for …

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Canada’s Britt Phelan returns to the ski cross podium in France with silver in the grand final

Britt Phelan is 2 for 2 for the podiums in the ski cross World Cup youth season. The Canadian freestyle skier clinched a silver medal in the grand final in Val Thorens, France on Saturday, two weeks after winning the minor final at the season opener in Secret Garden, China. …

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Skiing in France during COVID-19: what you need to know before you go

From the heights of the Nauchets Express chairlift, I am filled with views of the morning rope framed by snow-capped pines. After two wasted winters and months of uncertainty surrounding the opening of ski resorts this winter, it is the perfect antidote to the pandemic. I am in the postcard …

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An expansion vital for the future of the ski area

Gunstock presented a multi-year, multi-million dollar vision for future expansion, which officials on Saturday called a controlled and methodical proposal to expand its operations and ensure the recreation facility remains competitive. About 250 people attended the presentation and question-and-answer session discussing the concepts of new, faster chairlifts, additional snow cover …

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Freeskier Sam Favret signs with Black Crows as new ambassador

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Alex Hall uses strong final heat to win silver in Big Air

Alex Hall poses during a shoot for Team USA’s Beijing 2022 Olympic Games on September 12, 2021 in Irvine, California. Alex Hall pulled out some of his iconic moves on Saturday, twisting in the air and grabbing his skis to wow the crowd with his high level of difficulty. He …

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Where to travel in December

While options are still limited, there are still plenty of fabulous places open for tourism as 2021 draws to a close. Winter sun is a reality in hot spots like newly independent Barbados. Then again, you might want to snuggle up in a cozy chalet in the middle of the …

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Franz sets fastest time in downhill training at Beaver Creek | Professional

BEAVER CREEK, Colo. (AP) – Austria’s Max Franz was the fastest runner on a training run on Wednesday along the demanding Beaver Creek course. In fifth position in the general classification, Franz’s time of 1 minute, 39.91 seconds ended by 0.40 seconds ahead of Frenchman Matthieu Bailet. Adrian Smiseth Sejersted …

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Bollé announces partnerships with Zrinka Ljutic and the Croatian ski association

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Will Swiss restrictions linked to Covid-19 have an impact on ski resorts in France?

November 28, 2021 Switzerland has ordered all UK arrivals a 10-day quarantine due to the omicron variant. Many people arrive by plane at Geneva airport to access seaside resorts in France. NEW The new rules will have implications for many French ski areas, as Geneva airport serves as a transport …

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Canada’s Brady Leman wins silver at Freestyle Skiing World Cup in China

Canada’s Brady Leman won silver in men’s ski cross at the Freestyle Skiing World Cup in China on Saturday. The 35-year-old Calgary native finished second in a three-way finish photo at the Secret Garden Resort in the Olympic test event ahead of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. 🏆🔥 …

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Canada’s male alpine skiers ‘come of age’ before scheduled return from Lake Louise

The body language and chatter of athletes and coaches was enough for Phil McNichol to understand the importance of returning from racing this week at the Banff National Park Ski Resort in Lake Louise, Alta. The only Canadian stop on the Alpine Ski World Cup circuit will host the season …

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Canada’s Alpine Ski World Cup returns to Lake Louise

The Alpine Skiing World Cup returns to Canada after a pandemic hiatus with something more. A third race joins the men’s downhill and super-G in Lake Louise, Alta., Which traditionally opens the international sprint season. The first of two runs will be on Friday at the Banff National Park ski …

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Austrian ski hotel Naturhotel Forsthofgut is a winter paradise for adults and children

My little girl gets out of the tub-temperature water, runs laughingly to the snow and grabs a handful, before returning to the pool with a dip. As we float, we watch the steam rise, enjoying the view of the towering white-tipped Leogang Mountains that surround us. It is an exceptional …

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Cork Airport is open again, here are five destinations you can fly to this month

Gdansk is one of Europe’s great little-known city breaks, and in my travel diary it should be on everyone’s list of getaways. With excellent links to the city (in large part thanks to the powerful Polish diaspora of Munster), it is also a very accessible and inexpensive destination. Situated by …

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Ski resorts offering tasty dishes to keep you on the slopes

(Courtesy Sundance Resort) “The culinary philosophy (of the Tree Room at Sundance) integrates modern French techniques with American comfort in a rustic setting in the western Rocky Mountains,” says Alysha Jeppson, Marketing Director of Sundance. The ski and snowboard season is fast approaching. While the resorts of Utah wait for …

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Ski Poles Market Size, Growth (2021-2028)

New Jersey, United States, – The Ski poles market The study offers information on the revenue, trends, outlook and industry profiles of each vendor. It presents a picture of supply and demand for each end-use market. Regional analysis has been provided in terms of market share, development prospects and key …

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In good company • The Nob Hill Gazette

Whether you are planning a vacation getaway for the whole clan, looking to treat loved ones on a one-off trip, or fancy a few vacation days before the end of the year, there are plenty of destinations to consider including the world is opening up again cautiously. These excursions – …

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Roger Paul Magnuson | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE, MI – Roger Paul Magnuson, 90, of Marquette, passed away under the loving care of his partner, Beverly Matherne and UP Home Health and Hospice, on October 30, 2021. Born September 14, 1931 in Marinette, Wisconsin, he spent his formative years in Menominee, Michigan. In 1940, due to his …

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BLACK CROWS FILM PREMIER AT BANFF FILM FESTIVAL

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The best new outdoor gear for October 2021

Well, folks, it’s officially mid-October, which by all accounts means fall is here (and winter is well advanced). We see the temperatures drop and the diapers come out of storage and forgotten corners of the closet. If you’re anything like us, you’ve already tried some key outdoor items, and it …

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Shiffrin views Beijing Olympics with concern

Published on: 10/15/2021 – 21:46 Lausanne (AFP) American ski star Mikaela Shiffrin said on Friday she was anticipating the Beijing Olympics in February with some anxiety as she looked forward to a season that begins next weekend. “You hope you go to the Olympics, it’s a big event. It’s the …

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Obituary: Bailie Dane Welfl

Bailie Dane Welfl was a second generation Wyomingite born April 22, 1998 and raised in Jackson, WY. He died on October 4, 2021 in Bozeman, MT. Bailie, aka Beede, Bubba and King B, graduated from Jackson Hole High School in 2017. He spent a year in France as an exchange …

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Here is a list of some of the best ski movies ever made.

It’s that time of year when ski movies fall from the digital skies they are made into in theaters and social media feeds across the White Planet. As usual, there have never been so many top-notch movies, well-crafted and written, painstakingly told, painstakingly shot, gloriously drool-worthy for your viewing pleasure. …

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Jet Ski Equipment Market Size, Growth & Key Companies – Dongguan Eyson Lifesaving Equipment, Kawasaki Motors, Jettribe, O’Brien, Sea-Doo, Yamaha Motor, Bellasi – Today Newspaper

New Jersey, United States, – Verified Market Research presents an updated and most recent study on the Jet Ski Equipment Market for 2021-2028. The report provides answers to the growth scenarios and impact of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis on the Jet Ski Equipment market. The report includes essential data related …

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Optimism continues to grow for the next ski season

October 1, 2021 The optimism recovered after the government announced a relaxation of travel rules in time for winter continues. Some operators advise people to book now if they want dates in high season or at a specific resort as supply is limited. NEW In general, UK tour operators’ capacity …

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Treasures of Jasper: Edith Gourley | The star

What is a Jasper treasure? Well, Edith Gourley’s story will help us find out what a real Jasper treasure is. Gourley is the youngest of four children in her family, born in 1925 in Grande Prairie and raised on a farm in Clairmont. Gourley’s father was an Englishman and his …

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America’s most beautiful ski resorts

Rural – On Monday, US authorities announced the reopening of borders to tourists from November. When it comes to winter sports, many may immediately think of Austria, France or Switzerland, but did you know that there are also beautiful ski areas outside of Europe? Now that the borders are open …

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Schmid wins first US medal at Worlds with road silver

The United States won their first World Championships medal in the junior women’s road race on Saturday morning, teenager Kaia Schmid taking silver after sprinting for victory over Briton Zoe Bäckstedt. The 18-year-old followed an attack from Bäckstedt with 30 kilometers to go in the 75-kilometer race, staying on the …

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Dilijan to host 3rd Armenian Minds Summit in October

YREVAN, SEPTEMBER 25, ARMENPRESS. The Armenian resort town of Dilijan will host the 3rd Armenian Minds Summit on October 23-24, bringing together leading international politicians, scientists, analysts and entrepreneurs. Armenian President Armen Sarkissian has already formally invited participants to the event, the presidency said. The MB Summit of Minds, which …

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Find the real Switzerland at its Hofladens

The success of the humble Hofladen is based on a long-standing pillar of Swiss culture: trust. Share this article RRead enough trips to write about Switzerland and you might think it is the Big 5: skiing, chocolate, watches, fondue and spas. Of course, this is not the real Switzerland, especially …

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Column: Whiskey in the Alps

At this time of year, I usually look to book an annual trip to the Alps. The mountains, the snow, the skiing and the culture, I like everything. But now I not only really want to go to the Alps because of skiing, it also makes me very excited to …

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Eastbourne Paralympic takes aim at Le Mans

James Whitley, who lives in Eastbourne but is originally from Northern Ireland, has become the latest driver to join the BRIT team. The Twenty-four Hours of Le Mans is a sports car race organized every year in France where the winner is the one who covers the greatest distance in …

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Schumacher Netflix documentary review (2021)

We all know the established story of Michael Schumacher: Overall, a handsome guy out of the car, a steadfast bastard behind the wheel. The skill of a documentary maker is to disentangle shades of gray, and in that regard Netflix’s feature-length documentary, simply titled Schumacher is a little short of …

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Afghans seek new ways to share their culture away from home

According to Husaini, Bamyan regained its status as a tourist oasis around 2012, when the number of visitors increased following increased security along the road to Kabul. This rugged region of mountains, lakes and pastoral villages, as well as the Wakhan Corridor, a small panhandle of Afghan territory separating Pakistan …

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On “Martita, I remember you” by Sandra Cisneros

THROUGHOUT THE 20th century, in the days of the Latin American avant-garde and later during the so-called “boom”, a number of Latin American writers escaped oppressive dictatorships by fleeing. in Europe. Some have taken permanent residence, and all have written about their experiences. Among them were Julio Cortázar and José …

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Terence Malone obituary (2021) – Racine, WI

Terence S. Malone February 15, 1930 – September 15, 2021 BELLAIRE, MI – On September 15, 2021, Terence S. Malone passed away peacefully at home at the age of 91 with his loved ones by his side after a 5-year battle with prostate cancer. Terry had a great run in …

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Canadian cycling star Georgia Simmerling retires at 32

Georgia Simmerling (Tim Rademacher, Wikimedia Commons) Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Georgia Simmerling of Vancouver, British Columbia, retired on Thursday at the age of 32, according to Andy Perst of North Shore News. Simmerling won the bronze medal for Canada in the track cycling team pursuit at the 2016 Olympic Games …

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Pressure builds for UK PCR travel testing to end

September 12, 2021 Last modified on September 14, 2021 An announcement is expected this week and that will be good news for the snow sports and travel industry in general which has been hit hard by the restrictions. The traffic light system should also disappear. If confirmed, there will likely …

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Utah’s air quality deteriorates during drought

SALT LAKE CITY – Kevin Perry had just started his morning routine, stepping out to pick up the diary, when he noticed something was wrong with the sky. “In 30 seconds I was coughing and my throat ached,” Dr. Perry, an atmospheric specialist at the University of Utah, said of …

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Wheelchair racing legend McFadden wins 18th Paralympic medal

Published on: 08/28/2021 – 07:22Amended: 08/28/2021 – 07:20 Tokyo (AFP) American wheelchair racing legend Tatyana McFadden said she was “on cloud nine” after winning her 18th Paralympic medal on Saturday, four years after blood clots nearly ended her career. McFadden won bronze in the women’s 5,000m T54 to extend her …

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The Icemen Cometh – Triathlete

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18 reasons to return to France in two steps three movements

The landscapes are many and varied France has them all, except a vast desert. Fancy mountains, rivers, hills, plains, lakes, flat coasts or creeks, cliffs, forests, volcanoes, large estuaries animated by birds, scrubland or endless fields of wheat, lavender and vines? France has world class contenders in almost every category. …

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Impact of COVID-19 on Research, Development, Key Companies, Trends and Growth of Alpine Skiing Market 2021 to 2027 | Clarus Corporation, Kmart, Newell Brands Inc, Nordica SpA

Alpine ski market Growth of the alpine ski market until 2027 United States: AlgoroReports add a new Rreport is the result of a thorough examination of the Alpine ski market patterns. This report covers a comprehensive investigation of the information influencing the Alpine Skiing market regarding manufacturers, suppliers, market players …

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See the world, in Canada

Instead of China, try the Vancouver area When Judy Lam Maxwell, owner of Historical Chinatown Tours, guides her three-hour food and walking tours of Vancouver’s Chinatown ($ 100), she introduces travelers to the neighborhood’s private heritage buildings that once served Chinese immigrants, who are came in the late 1800s to …

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7 best things to do in Aztec

Located in the beautiful San Juan Basin, on the banks of the Animas River, Aztec, New Mexico is one of the most scenic small towns in the Four Corners region in the southwestern United States. Built in one of the greenest and most fertile areas in the middle of the …

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Dusan Grasic new program director at WVSC

Dusan Grasic is the new program director for the Windermere Valley Ski Club (WVSC). Grasic is entering his new role at club level after spending nearly twenty years with Alpine Canada. “I can’t wait to return to what I consider to be my home club,” said Grasic. Grasic moved from …

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The Latest: Spain beat Switzerland on penalties |

The latest news on the European Football Championship: ——— Unai Simon made two saves and Mikel Oyarzabal scored the decisive penalty to give Spain a place in the European Championship semifinals by beating Switzerland 3-1 in a shootout after a 1-1 draw. ——— Switzerland and Spain are heading for penalties …

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