Unusually cold weather again forces the big theme parks to close their water parks, this time for three days.
Rumors suggest a bike-themed ride or a powered inverted coaster.
The horror themed ride will open this summer.
The theme park chief says activists "don't know what they're talking about."
Ride was one of four left in the world, opening in 1958.
The Caddie Shack purchased the ride from the Columbus Zoo, will operate it in 2018.
Neal Thurman has more than two decades with the company.
Temperatures dip to 30's after driving rains.
The park attracted 500,000 guests in the November-December period.
Park will offer promotions and contests around the new schedule.
The park closed for good, after 27 years, on the last day of 2017.
These stories attracted the most attention this year on CoasterBuzz.
Several rides were down for a few hours on Wednesday.
People act shocked every year.
The company will shoulder most of the cost of the construction.
The company will pay $6.2 million in rent per year to start.
The benign speech doesn't sound anything like the usual banter of the Twitterer-in-Chief.
The move comes after the Richard Zimmerman is promoted to CEO after the departure of Matt Ouimet.
Existing licensing deals provide revenue for Disney even if they can't use the properties in their own theme parks.
Dispute is primarily over benefits and paid time off.
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