Ketchum resident Nick Harman’s 16-foot-wide "MarriNot?" hotel float tied for best overall costume at the annual Nightmare on Main Street party in downtown Ketchum on Saturday night. “I’ve taken Halloween very seriously for many years, and wanted to open up some social commentary with this,” Harman said of the structure. Inside—which housed a mini-bar and complete lighting system—Harman and five friends passed out glow sticks in exchange for votes cast either “for” or “against” a proposed Marriott hotel at Ketchum’s southern gateway. “It was very heavily signed on one side, I’ll just say that,” Harman said of the voting, adding that his “hotel” is awaiting deconstruction, once he can find someone who will take the lumber.
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