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For all the differences that one snowboarder can have compared to the next, they will certainly have one thing in common – the need to ride as often as possible. For people who love snowboarding, it’s a pervasive thought, “When can I go next?”

For some, family fortunes can afford all local lodging and other living expenses, including …  Details

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Early storms and a projected El Nino winter, which usually translates to more precipitation than usual, have North Lake Tahoe ski areas preparing for robust conditions. Local ski areas have begun posting their opening dates ranging from now to early December. Boreal opened on October 16 on limited terrain, but then suspended operations due to low snow levels. Squaw Valley and Northstar-at-Tahoe will be opening November 21, with Alpine Meadows following on December 5, conditions permitting.

According to the Tahoe Weather Geek, all indications point to …  Details

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Squaw Valley USA, which needs to hire 800 seasonal workers for the winter, will hold its annual job fair Nov. 7.

Squaw Valley’s winter job fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Olympic Village Lodge, located past the old fire station, at the base of the resort.

The year-round resort is located five miles north of Lake Tahoe along the Truckee River on Highway 89.

Department managers will be at the job fair to interview prospective employees, and in many instances will offer jobs on the spot, a news release said…  Details

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Snowboarder Shaun White may be the face of extreme sports, but he’s not the top earner.

Snowboarder Shaun White was down to his last chance after falling during his first two runs of the men’s half-pipe competition at last month’s Winter X Games. It was the culminating event in the four day contest that drew 68,000 fans to Aspen, Colo. Once again, White delivered. He ripped off a stellar final run that included back-to-back 1080s (three complete rotations in the air) to win the gold.

Snowboarder Shaun White was down to his last chance after falling during his first two runs of the men’s half-pipe competition at last month’s Winter X Games. It was the culminating event in the four day contest that drew 68,000 fans to Aspen, Colo. Once again, White delivered. He ripped off a stellar final run that included back-to-back 1080s (three complete rotations in the air) to win the gold.

White’s payday for winning one of his sport’s biggest competitions: a paltry $30,000. By comparison, Geoff Ogilvy earned $1.1 million for winning golf’s 2009 opening event…  More info


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