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The week in the Thun region: Excitement about dynamic prizes, FC Thun and the Superbowl

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The week in the Thun region: Excitement about dynamic prizes, FC Thun and the Superbowl

– Excitement about dynamic prizes, FC Thun and the Superbowl

Published: February 16, 2024, 3:22 p.m

How much can a day of winter sports in the mountains cost? This question was on our readers’ minds last week.

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Seldom has a topic moved our readership as much as the article about the dynamic pricing model of the Adelboden-Lenk destination. A day ticket currently costs up to 88 francs. This annoys many winter sports enthusiasts. They accuse the mountain railways of a disguised price increase. But those responsible are reassuring. Editor Claudius Jezella took a look at the site.

And another exciting topic: FC Thun is once again in financial distress. The football club currently lacks 800,000 francs in order to be able to continue to operate independently in the future. A new foundation should now help. And in the medium term, those responsible hope that promotion to the top division will be successful. “It would be a liberation,” says President Andres Gerber.

Was it her or wasn’t she? This question is currently on the minds of half of Switzerland. We are talking about boxing world champion Viviane Obenauf, who is said to have brutally murdered her husband in his Interlaken apartment in October 2020. Before the case is reopened before the higher court in Bern, we met the 37-year-old in the Hindelbank correctional facility.

Lake Thun has shrunk. The lowering of the lake currently allows for unusual viewing angles. Editor Marco Zysset and photographer Patric Spahni took their cameras along the lakeshore in search of clues.

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This year’s Superbowl also offered excitement and thrills: reporter Bruno Petroni and editor Hans Peter Roth, as die-hard football fans, couldn’t miss the chance to watch the big final game of the North American championship live in Thun’s Rex cinema. Read for yourself how they suffered with their respective teams…

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Barbara Donski is a local editor and responsible for culture in the Thun area. She also writes about all sorts of topics that concern the people of Thun. They are particularly interested in people and their stories. More info@BarbaraWrites

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