It’s a town that’s been there for generations.
Built on top of the famous Twin Peaks ski area, it’s home to a number of historic homes and shops.
The town is also home to one of the biggest ski resorts in the country.
Now, the ski resort is about to lose its main home.
This week, the town of Cedar Valley in southern Nevada will be demolished and replaced with a new ski resort.
The Valley Town, built in 1893, is home to about 20,000 people.
That’s not even including the ski lodge and ski trails, which were built in the 1950s and 1960s.
The ski resort’s closing comes as a result of the federal government’s decision to cut off funding to the ski area.
According to the Valley Town’s website, Cedar Valley has been a part of the valley since 1869.
“Our town has been here for more than 200 years,” said Sherry Koester, a retired ski guide and a member of the Valley Towns Board of Directors.
“It’s a place that has been so close to the people that make this place what it is.
We really believe in the Valley and the Valley’s people, and we want them to be able to continue to enjoy what they love.”
The closure of the ski property comes less than two months after the ski town was demolished and converted to a luxury hotel and condo complex.
The resort, now called the Hyatt Hotel & Casino, is the latest of several hotels in the area to close or close their doors in recent years.
The Hyatt has closed its doors three times in the past decade.
The most recent closure, in 2012, was for $2.2 million.
But that was only the second time the resort had closed.
The second and third closures came after more than 50 years of operating in the valley.
A second resort opened in 2013.
But the resort’s latest closure came just two weeks before it opened its doors for the first time, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
“We’re very sad to hear about the closure of Cedar Valleys resort and hope that the owners of Cedar Rapids, Cedar City and other resorts will come to Cedar Valley and look forward to our continued presence,” Koesters said.
“The Valley Town has been around for a long time and has built a legacy of quality accommodations, quality food and great skiing and snowboarding.
The valley is a very special place, and our love for this area goes back to when we were kids.
We will miss this special place.”
A spokesperson for the Cedar Valley Ski Resort did not immediately return a request for comment.