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Devastated by Irene, Vermont rebuilds in time for skiers

A well-timed snowstorm, after rebuilding and just before Thanksgiving weekend, gave Killington what it needed to start attracting skiers. A well-timed snowstorm, after rebuilding and just before Thanksgiving weekend, gave Killington what it needed to start attracting skiers. (Photos by Caleb Kenna for The Boston Globe)
By Katie Johnston
Globe Staff / November 25, 2011
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Tropical Storm Irene wreaked havoc in New England on Aug. 28, particularly in southern Vermont, wiping out highways, destroying bridges, and flooding facilities at several ski resorts. But crews have repaired nearly all the damage done by the storm, and ski areas are all on track to open as soon as the temperature drops low enough, and long enough, to make man-made snow stick.

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