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Knob Hill Inn in Ketchum has been recognized on the list of the Tripadvisor website’s 2021 Travelers’ Choice Top 25 Small Hotels in the United States, which is based on a full year of Tripadvisor reviews. The hotel was ranked No. 9.

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The St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation completed its annual employee giving campaign, called Stronger Together, with 82% of St. Luke’s Wood River employees participating and physicians reaching a milestone with 90% contributing.

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Brian Anderson, deputy area ranger for the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, has left his post for a new position in Oregon, the Forest Service announced.

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Recognizing more than 50 years of dedication and excellence to NOAA’s Cooperative weather observer program, the National Weather Service has recognized Picabo observer Nick Purdy for the Edward H. Stoll Award for outstanding service in the Cooperative Observer Program.  The award is presente…

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The Hailey Public Library is offering free Take and Make Summer Project kits for youth ages 14 and older. Teens can learn how to make their own décor, improve practical skills, inspire new projects and, most of all, find relaxation and have fun! The first take and make kits will be available…

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The Ketchum City Council will hold a community workshop on the need for workforce housing on Friday, May 28, at 10 a.m. at the Ketchum Town Square, 480 East Avenue.

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The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has lifted a water quality health caution issued last week for Penny Lake, located west of Ketchum, in response to citizen reports of at least two dogs becoming sick and one dog dying after spending time at the lake.

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The 10th annual Bike Rodeo, presented by the Ketchum Police Department in partnership with Higher Ground, will be held this Saturday, May 29, in the south parking lot of the Wood River Community YMCA in Ketchum.