Mt. Hood Skibowl plans to make snow all week with the goal of opening new terrain soon.

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Photo courtesy of Skibowl.

Skibowl will begin running the Multorpor chairlift at night tonight following a season-saving snowstorm this week.

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Unfortunately, there is not enough snow for the Upper Bowl.

Mt. Hood Skibowl announced today that it will operate its Multorpor chairlift for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend, along with the Summit Ski Area chair.

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Mt. Hood Meadows employees came to work Saturday morning to discover a mountain coated with a brutal layer of ice.

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Skibowl has made the most of a low-snow year by cranking up its Rope Tow Terrain Park.

With rain looming in the forecast to wipe out snow gains yet again, resorts are scrambling to make the most of less-than-ideal conditions for the holiday Mount Hood rush.

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Jeff Kohnstamm, president of RLK and Company

RLK and Company President Jeff Kohnstamm is working behind the scenes on a project that could lift Mount Hood recreation to new heights.

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When the night rides get cold there's always the fireplace. Photo courtesy of Timberline.

Timberline will be open for night skiing and snowboarding on weekends and holidays starting Friday, December 20.

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A Multnomah County jury sided with the defendant Mt. Hood Skibowl today after a week of testimony and arguments in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Taylur DeWolf.

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Photo courtesy of Mt. Hood Meadows

Meadows will turn on the lights and crank up night skiing starting Friday, December 13.

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Skibowl patrollers respond to about 500 injuries per year, including about 25 "red flag" responses.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The jury ruled in favor of the defendant Skibowl on December 13, granting no money to the DeWolf family. For that story click here. For more background, read on.

Courtroom action in a $4.65 million lawsuit pitting the family of Taylur DeWolf against Mt. Hood Skibowl kicked off this week with testy exchanges over how much warning resorts should provide skiers and snowboarders about potential hazards.

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