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Mustard plants were in full bloom off Gannett Road in Bellevue last Saturday, June 6. These brilliantly yellow flowering plants are often harv… Read more

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The Bellevue City Council voted last week to provide space for a community garden near the Bellevue Cemetery off Chestnut Street. The garden will be allowed on a trial basis and evaluated after the summer growing season.

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The Bellevue City Council voted unanimously Monday to spend $1,765 to take part in a composting study that could save the city money by composting treated sewer sludge from its wastewater treatment facility that is typically dried and buried at Ohio Gulch.

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The Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission approved a design review application last Monday, April 22, for a new 6,000-square-foot commercial building for Sawtooth Plumbing at 772 N. Main St., or state Highway 75.

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As the tourist destinations of the northern Wood River Valley gain national attention as a hotspot for the COVID-19 coronavirus, nearby communities to the south are also proving vulnerable to the spread.

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Following Saturday's confirmation of the first case of COVID-19 in Blaine County, a host of public-facing organizations and businesses have closed their doors. The three public libraries in the area have followed suit.

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The Bellevue City Council made plans Monday to install signs on the east side of town to remind people they are on city land, rather than public land, and should act accordingly.

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     The Bellevue City Council will hold a public hearing tonight at 6 p.m. to consider changes to the city's comprehensive plan that includes an area-of-city-impact ordinance and a new airport facilities section, as required by state law.

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The Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission voted Monday to not recommend to the City Council an addition of “special events facilities” to a list of conditional uses allowed in the General Residential zone.

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During a meeting on Feb. 10, Bellevue City Councilman Doug Brown said he was “curious as hell” why the town’s streets are covered in ice far more than those in Hailey.

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     Last Monday, Bellevue City Councilman Doug Brown said he was “curious as hell” why the streets of Bellevue are covered in ice far more than those in Hailey.

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The Bellevue City Council expressed strong support Monday for extending an area-of-city-impact boundary on the east side of state Highway 75 from Bellevue all the way to the Hailey city limits, in an effort to control entirely a 227-acre farm field for annexation.

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Hailey city officials hope that recent revisions to its area of city impact will provide a buffer between Hailey and Bellevue—though an overlap between the two cities’ areas of city impact remains unresolved.

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Bellevue Planning & Zoning commissioners continued two public hearing discussion on Monday night, after two hours of dialogue with two members of the public voicing their comments on the proposed additions to the city’s comprehensive plan.

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Bellevue residents should be on the lookout for a bond or levy proposal within the next year and a half, following a series of discussions within the City Council to determine the best method of providing better services and undertaking improvements in an economically feasible way.

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     Only one statement of public comment was received Monday night during a public hearing for a city-initiated ordinance that will limit the use of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle. Kelly West, a Bellevue city employee, said he was left in a coma for a week in 2013 fol…

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An assisted-living and skilled-nursing facility in Bellevue will soon be under new management after being bought by an Eagle, Idaho,-based company.

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The Bellevue City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, Jan. 27, to take public comments on a proposed ordinance to ban the use of handheld electronic devices while driving within city limits. Bellevue would fall in line with Blaine County, Hailey and Ketchum, all of which have simil…