• Tiare Rose opened its brick-and-mortar store along Warm Springs Road in Ketchum last Sunday. The retailer offers “sustainable, environmental… Read more

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The Idaho Chapter of the Sierra Club is hosting Idaho’s 17th annual Wild and Scenic Film festival virtually on Friday, Jan. 8. The festival consists of 15 conservation-minded films that showcase and celebrate both the stunning natural beauty of the Idaho landscape and the efforts of conserva…

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Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 5.5% and nonfarm payrolls regained 5,400 jobs in October, as the state’s economy continued to recover from losses incurred from the coronavirus pandemic, the Idaho Department of Labor reported.

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An Idaho Land Board meeting on Tuesday came and went without discussion about AT&T’s proposed cell tower in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, according to Idaho Conservation League External Relations Director Jonathan Oppenheimer. Oppenheimer said his organization never received a r…

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Volunteers with the Sun Valley Realtors Give Foundation pitched in to help Vietnam veteran Eric Berglund with yard work last Friday, part of an annual effort to assist local veterans in need. Berglund is almost totally disabled because of exposure to Agent Orange, according to a foundation p…

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The governing board of the Ketchum Rural Fire Protection District will hold a public hearing at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, at Sun Valley City Hall, to consider a resolution to change its name to Blaine County Fire and Rescue.

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Last month, Ketchum adopted an emergency ordinance that establishes a temporary moratorium on the demolition of buildings in the downtown area that are deemed to be historically or culturally significant. Now, city officials are seeking public input on preservation of historical buildings an…

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The Wood River Women’s Foundation began accepting applications for its 2021 grants program on Nov. 2. During its 15-year history, the foundation’s pooled fund has granted nearly $2.5 million in more than 150 grants to local nonprofits. In 2020, more than $300,000 was awarded to 17 organizati…

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Certified physician’s assistant Ashley Brown has purchased the longtime Ketchum medical practice of Dr. Nancy Parry and is now operating the family medical clinic at 431 Walnut Ave. N. 

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The Magic Lantern’s ongoing 39th annual Fall Film Festival will continue with the opening of the acclaimed Broadway musical “Kinky Boots,” beginning Friday, Oct. 23, and continuing throughout next week.

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The number of Idahoans who filed a continued claim for unemployment insurance benefits fell for the 23rd consecutive week, dropping 8 percent for the week ending Oct. 10, to 8,386, the Idaho Department of Labor reported. The four-week moving average for continued claims also fell by 8 percen…

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The city of Ketchum will host an open house at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, at the Hulen Meadows pond north of the city, to provide an opportunity for public input on the restoration plan for the Sun Peak Preserve riparian area and the pond.

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Ketchum theater company The Spot will be accepting virtual auditions for its upcoming Young Company project. Area students in grades 9-12 with interests in the performing arts, technical theater or video production are encouraged to submit virtual auditions by Friday, Oct. 16.

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Community Library tech guru Paul Zimmerman will lead a virtual class on Wednesday, Oct. 14, to teach beginning tech users how to use five video-chat platforms on their computer, tablet or phone.

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Seattle-based energy company Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation (USNC) is proposing placing a micro-reactor power plant at the Idaho National Laboratory, it announced in a Sunday news release.

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Following the conclusion of a successful 2020 virtual summer season, the Sun Valley Music Festival has announced a new board president. Previous president Sue Monson completed her second term in the role on Aug. 20, at which point newly elected president Judy Getto stepped into the role.