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Blaine County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is seeking public input in an effort to update the county’s Multi-Jurisdictional All Hazards Mitigation Plan, which is revised and readopted by the committee every five years.

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Farmers and ranchers in the Bellevue Triangle can once again irrigate their fields with groundwater on the condition that they fairly compensate growers along Silver Creek and the Little Wood River for the latter group’s financial losses incurred this summer as a result of groundwater pumpin…

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As many Wood River Valley businesses continue to operate amid a shortage of workers, a recent report on the local labor market indicates that the number of people employed in Blaine County has surpassed pre-pandemic levels—but the number of unemployed people also remains higher than before M…

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As the skyrocketing cost of housing in the Wood River Valley continues to push the prospect of owning or renting a home out of reach for a growing number of local workers, the Blaine County School District is creating a working group to address the lack of affordable housing options for scho…

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The second half of 2020 Blaine County property taxes are due to the Treasurer’s Office on June 20. Since that falls on a Sunday, the Treasurer will be taking payments through Monday, June 21.

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The nonprofit Hunger Coalition held a grand opening on Friday, June 4, debuting its four-acre Bloom Community Food Center in Bellevue with public tours of its new 13,000-square-foot building and greenhouses and, of course, free food.

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The nonprofit Hunger Coalition held a grand opening on Friday, June 4, debuting its four-acre Bloom Community Food Center in Bellevue with public tours of its new 13,000 square foot building, greenhouses and, of course, free food.

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A state-initiated hearing to determine whether groundwater rights will be curtailed around Bellevue area irrigation season has been extended by six days due to higher-than-anticipated legal involvement.

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Early Wednesday morning, residents of River Street might have heard the muffled sound of thousands of hooves as a large band of sheep trotted through Hailey, headed for mountain pastures. They were trailed by hardy herdsmen and their horses, small herding dogs and the larger white guard dogs…