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In 1907, some 500 members of the Mixed Band of Shoshone, Bannock and Sheepeater Indians were forced to march more than 200 miles from their homes near Salmon, Idaho, to the Fort Hall Shoshone-Bannock Reservation near Pocatello. Some died along the way. Read more

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Cooler weather and a little moisture didn’t stop high school soccer players from picking up their intensity on the pitch over the last week. The Wood River High School girls’ varsity soccer team dominated the second half of Wednesday’s Great Basin Conference home game against the Pocatello Indians in Hailey. Here, Wolverine senior Ella Guy, right, pounds a shot defended by Pocatello senior… Read more

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On Wednesday, the Ketchum City Council approved a budget with cuts to funding for marketing. Discussion around the cuts revealed that the mayor and some City Council members are banking on Sun Valley Resort’s new affiliation with the EPIC ski pass to grow winter business instead. Read more

A mural titled “Idaho Blue” has been completed by local artist Molly Snee for display in the Sun Valley Visitor Center, in downtown Ketchum. Snee’s work spans 25 feet and features familiar valley sights: a mountain bluebird, aspen trees and a bright night sky. Read more