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Blaine County officials are seeking a revote in the race for Ketchum Rural Fire Protection District commissioner after an unknown number of residents received the wrong ballot in early voting, according to the Elections Office.

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Blaine County officials are seeking a re-vote in the race for Ketchum Rural Fire District commissioner, after an unknown number of residents received the wrong ballot in early voting, according to the Elections Office.

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Blaine County voters went to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 5, to cast their ballots in local elections. A glitch in the county's online reporting held up results into the evening, erroneously stating that all precincts were final while the count continued past 10 p.m., according to the Elections o…

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After months of contentious debate, a parking agreement forged this week between Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw and the Wood River Community YMCA will be presented to the Ketchum City Council for approval on Monday.

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On Tuesday, voters residing within the bounds of the Wood River Fire Protection District—in Blaine County south of the East Fork bridge and outside of the Hailey city limits—will have the chance to elect a District 1 fire commissioner.

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Although there is no one else vying for her seat, Kathryn Goldman has been going door-to-door campaigning to retain her spot on the Bellevue City Council.

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There are four candidates running for two open seats on the Ketchum City Council in the Tuesday, Nov. 5, elections. The two candidates receiving the most votes will be sworn-in in January 2020.

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Four Hailey City Council candidates addressed the housing shortage, climate change and budget challenges while touting their experience and governmental goals during a public forum Wednesday night. The Pizza and Politics forum—hosted by the Idaho Mountain Express at the Old County Courthouse…

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For Ketchum residents interested in learning more about the proposed $11.5 million fire station bond on the ballot this fall, City Hall will open its doors the week before the election for a final open house.

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     The last of the city’s six open houses on the upcoming $11.5 million fire station bond—to appear on the Nov. 5 ballot—will be held at Ketchum City Hall from noon to 1 p.m. and 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 29.

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     A meet-and-greet event for Blaine County School District board of trustees candidates, hosted by 5BPA WRMS PTA, will be held Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Hailey City Hall, in the upstairs meeting room.

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     The Hailey Climate Action Coalition is hosting a meet-and-greet for Hailey’s candidates for City Council at Jhony’s Peruvian restaurant tonight from 6-7 p.m. with complimentary drinks and tidbits.

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Voters living within the bounds of the Ketchum Rural Fire Protection District will have the chance to elect a new fire commissioner this fall.

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     The Hailey Climate Action Coalition is hosting a meet-and-greet for Hailey’s candidates for City Council at Jhony’s Peruvian restaurant tonight from 6-7 p.m. with complimentary drinks and tidbits.

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Voters living within the bounds of the Ketchum Rural Fire Protection District will have the chance to elect a new fire commissioner this fall.

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Chris Johnson, 42, is running for Bellevue City Council because he believes the city needs to grow thoughtfully and sustainably. Previously of Colorado Springs, Colo., Johnson served 16 years in the Army and has been involved in city government since he moved to Bellevue in 2016.

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Carey City Clerk Tess Cenarrusa said Tuesday that no one has put in a declaration of candidacy but she believes all three current council members up for re-election will run again. The three seats comprise two four-year terms and one two-year term.

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As of Monday, Bellevue residents interested in becoming an alderman for their community are welcome to apply. The last day to declare candidacy is Sept. 6 at 5 p.m.

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The seats of two of Ketchum’s longest-serving council members, Jim Slanetz and Michael David, are up for re-election this fall. Both have said they plan to run again.

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    A mailer sent to Blaine County voters targeting Rep. Steve Miller, R-Fairfield, criticizes his record in the Legislature on public lands issues. Miller said the mailer misrepresents his actions and proposed legislation.

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    Two names will be on the Nov. 6 ballot for 5th District judge in Twin Falls County: Roger Harris and David Gadd. Because Twin Falls County and Blaine County are in the same judicial district, Blaine County residents will have the opportunity to vote in that race.