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Spurred in part by the lowest U.S. gas prices for this holiday in more than a decade, AAA projects more than 38 million Americans will travel during the Memorial Holiday period, a 1.9 perc… Comments (1)
Lauren Bourgeau strikes her putt on the Cellar Pub hole in the 32nd Ketchum Wide Open, a miniature-golf odyssey that travels through participating Ketchum taverns. According to tournament co-d… Comments (0)
Ketchum resident Melissa Arnot has become the first American woman to successfully summit 29,028-foot Mount Everest in Nepal without using supplemental oxygen. Comments (1)
Catching fish often starts with repairing the net. When it comes to catching Americans who have lost their income, however, the best start might be an entirely new net.
Voters are the ultimate watchdogs of public expenditures. Not only did they growl at Ketchum’s $23 million bond issue at the polls last week, they bit hard.
I’ve worked in finance in the valley for 23 years, and I’ll have two daughters at Wood River High School next year. My husband and I are staunch advocates of school choice, and show our support by donating regularly to our public and private schools, including Syringa.
In summer 2008, singer-songwriter Alex Woodard was living in San Diego and trying to ignite his career as a professional musician. When Woodard released his self-titled album, he came up with an unusual promotion tactic: He offered to write a song for anyone who preordered the album if they sent him a letter. Shortly thereafter, his record deal fell apart and his beloved dog died. In the midst of his sadness and disappointment, he received a letter from a woman named Emily.