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Steamboat Springs locals comment on the formation of the Steamboat Springs ski area and development of Mt. Werner, formerly known as Storm Mountain.
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Pete Wither, supervisor of the Steamboat Ski Patrol, explains the duties of the ski patrol as well as the job requirements and hiring process.
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Ted Cordova describes his enjoyment of the cowboy life style despite the hard work, unappetizing food, and long hours. He explains his regrets about having a limited amount of formal education and goes on to tell about his work on the slopes of Mount Werner for the Steamboat ski area.
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The 17th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Gloria Gossard, Elisabeth Schnackenberg, Roy Stuble, Jim Hicks, Gene and Maxine Flaharty, Richard Soash and feature articles on the Steamboat Ski area and the Pine Grove Restaurant.
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In this interview with Randy Slater and Tanna Brock, Pete Wither explains the duties of the ski patrol as well as the job requirements and hiring process.
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Nancy Gray talks about growing up in Steamboat Springs in the 1950s and 1960s, her 49-year career as a ski instructor at Steamboat Ski Resort after ski racing in her youth, teaching and coaching young swimmers, and the importance of the downtown hot springs to herself and her family.
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Ted Cordova describes his enjoyment of the cowboy life style despite the hard work, unappetizing food, and long hours. He explains his regrets about having a limited amount of formal education and goes on to tell about his work on the slopes of Mount Werner for the Steamboat ski area.
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Steamboat Springs hosts the first Winter Special Olympics in February, 1977.