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An Idaho ski resort forced to close two years ago by the global financial crisis has triumphantly reopened this week.

Banks supporting Tamarack ski resort collapsed two years ago, forcing it into bankruptcy. But a dedicated group of former staff and property owners have finally won a two-year legal battle for the right to reopen the resort this season.

Tamarack had shown great promise to become a popular resort, and had made plans to build a luxury Fairmont Hotel endorsed by celebrities including Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf before it fell victim to the global economic downturn.
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