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Iconic Hogback Ski Area Sign Stolen
Iconic Hogback Ski Area Sign Stolen
Vermont State Police report Route 9 sign was stolen between December 13 and December 15.
Monday, December 15, 2014, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
According to a December 15 Vermont State Police Brattleboro press release, the iconic Ski Hogback sign was stolen off Route 9 sometime between Friday, December 13 and Monday, December 15, 2014. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact Sgt. Buckley of the Vermont State Police - Brattleboro barracks at (802) 254-2382 or call the State Police Crime Information Tip Line at (802) 241-5355. Anonymous crime tips can also be sent using your mobile device. Text the keyword VTIPS to the shortcut CRIMES (274687) and share the tip you have about a crime.

The once popular Hogback ski area operated for forty years, closing its doors in 1986. Much of the ski area is now owned by Vermont Land Trust, Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, and the Town of Marlboro. Apart from a few buildings and old T-Bars, the sign was one of the last reminders of the legendary ski area.




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