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In publishing America’s first independent, commercial magazine, Nydin used the title SKI. To search within this index, first call up the Text Find function (control-F). In the search box, type the name or place you're looking for and use the "find next" button (the down-pointing carat or arrow) to scroll through the page. John pg.12E Allegheny Getaway- Snowshoe and Silver Creek, West Virginia by Reade Bailey pg.22E February 1993 Here Come the Worlds- Things We Know About This Year's World Alpine Championships in Morioka, Japan by Daniel Green and Bill Scott pg.25 Alberto Tomba, King of the Slopes- Life and Times of "La Bomba" by Bob Eckstein pg.28 To the Top, the AJ Way- Interview with AJ Kitt, Downhill Dynamo by Daniel Green pg.32 Norwegian Would- Lillehammer's Can Do Spirit, 1994 Olympic Site by Andrew Slough pg.38 Jasper, the Friendly Host- Marmot Basin and Jasper, Alberta by Lois Friedland pg.42 Gliders of the Storm- Photo Essay in the Eye of the Storm by Peter Shelton pg.50 Stormy Weather- Storm Gear, Skiwear by Susan Mc Coy pg.60 Here's Looking Through You- First Ever Goggle Test by Reade Bailey pg.67 Top Secrets: What Really Works In Powder- Top Skiers' Tips Edited by Daniel Green Also: SKIll Rankings- What pg.73 Equipment and Instruction Tips Are Right For You pg.81 March/ April 1993 Crested Beauty- Colorado's Crested Butte, Ski Areas by Jeannie Patton pg.32 Mountains With Seoul- Korean Ski Caper by Ken Castle pg.50 Nightmare on Elm Strasse- 7 Tales of Downhill Terror by Seth Masia pg.42 Snow Junkie- Russ Klein, Ski Bum Classic by Susan Mc Coy pg.65 Tossing and Turning- March in Arizona by Steve Cohen pg.70 Departments: Ski Life- Grueling Alpine Ski Races, A 750 MPH Chairlift?
This year’s contest for teen journalists, now in its eighth year, attracted astonishing work from hundreds of students around the globe. The top winners come away with amazing crystal trophies and every winner receives a custom-made certificate. Read entire article » By Noah Adelsberger Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International NEWARK, Ohio, U. Computer Science and Engineering student Megan Knox was inclass when someone warned the classroom about an emergency alert text they had received about an active shooter. Read entire article » Kaishi Lee Youth Journalism International SINGAPORE — September 11, 2001. America’s fall from grace has stirred up much antipathy and the terrorist attack has touched a universal nerve. Today is the anniversary of my grandfather’s death, and the events that happened today did not help at all.
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