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Greenberg Follow me on There is a statue of a skiing Jesus at Whitefish Mountain Resort in Whitefish, Mont. The statue, a memorial to World War II veterans that has resided on federal land since 1995, was evicted by the U.S...That move led to
Forest Service says it will re-authorize a permit for a 57-year-old statue of Jesus that had been facing eviction from a northwestern Montana ski resort. The agency faced a firestorm of criticism from religious groups, the state'
When they emerge from the trees while cruising down a popular run at Montana's Whitefish Mountain Resort, skiers suddenly encounter the back of a life-size statue of Jesus Christ. Clad in a flowing blue robe, the statue's arms stretch toward the
a 6-foot statue of Christ, draped in a baby blue robe and gazing out over the majestic Flathead Valley from his perch along a ski run at the Whitefish Mountain Resort in Montana. He has been there for more than 50 years, erected by the local Knights
Tom Ross Riley Polumbus Steamboat Springs After a decade of early morning blogging, Riley Polumbus turned in her final Straight Talk ski report Monday and it didn't contain the word champagne. What a day it is here ... no, it's not a deep powder
Librarian's Son Dies In Snowboard Accident by MissionViejoDispatch.com on January 10, 2011 Scott Allen Meyer, the son of Mission Viejo Library Director Valerie Maginnis (formerly Meyer), died Saturday in a snowboarding accident at the Whitefish
Sheriff Chuck Curry says Niclas Waeschle of Ulm, Germany, died Sunday morning at a Kalispell hospital after his parents decided to discontinue life support. Fellow skiers found Waeschle unresponsive in a tree well at Whitefish Mountain Resort on Dec.
Echoing stories done in 2002, the New York Times heralds the return of the well-educated ski bum. The newspaper tells of an investment banker, an information technology specialist and an international marketing manager who resectively are now selling
Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort is located in Northwest Montana, just north of the small town Whitefish. Until 2007 the resort was called “Big Mountain”, a name that you can still hear the locals use. It is one of the largest ski areas in Montana,