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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 635 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide today, raising the total to 162,355. Of those, an estimated 81,034 have recovered.

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After four years of discussion, the Hailey City Council unanimously passed a new housing ordinance Monday allowing residents of Deerfield, Northridge and Northstar subdivisions—in addition to other neighborhoods within the city’s two Limited Residential zoning districts—to build their own ac…

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The Hailey City Council approved a final plat application on Monday evening for a 23-unit addition to Woodside’s Sweetwater Community, allowing Utah-based Momentum Development Group to move ahead with the subdivision’s second phase of expansion.

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A split Hailey City Council moved closer to building a campground out Croy Canyon on Monday night, with Mayor Martha Burke casting the tie-breaking vote needed for her to submit a grant application to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation seeking $731,340 to help fund the 33-site proposal.

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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,235 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide over the weekend, including 527 today, raising the total to 160,033. Of those, officials continue to monitor an estimated 81,001 active cases.

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The Croy Street Exchange Building at the corner of River and Croy streets in downtown Hailey is on track to become workforce housing, building co-owner Michelle Stennett confirmed last Thursday.

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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,084 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, but the agency has not updated totals today, observing Martin Luther King Jr. Day. As of last night, the total case count for the state was 155,554. Of those, officials we…

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Another Blaine County resident has died of coronavirus-related illness, according to the state Department of Health and Welfare. The latest was a man in his 50s, according to South Central Public Health District spokeswoman Brianna Bodily. He had underlying conditions and was hospitalized pr…

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The Hailey City Council on Monday advanced a new housing ordinance that would permit accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, also known as “mother-in-law apartments,” in the city’s two Limited Residential zoning districts.

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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,091 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide today, raising the total to 152,364. Of those, officials are still monitoring an estimated 82,143 active cases.

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The Hailey City Council on Monday approved Mayor Martha Burke’s signature on a $500,000 grant application to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation for what could become the city’s first established campground.

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,981 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide since Friday, including 572 today, raising the grand total since March to 150,239. Of those, health officials continue to monitor an estimated 81,899 active cases.

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The Hailey City Council will conduct the first reading on Monday of a housing ordinance that would permit accessory dwelling units, also known as “mother-in-law apartments,” in two of the city’s additional zoning districts.

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,067 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide today, raising the total since March to 147,173. Of those, health officials continue to monitor an estimated 81,878 active cases.

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An official ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held for Hailey’s new Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suites Friday, Jan. 8, at 10 a.m.

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,263 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide today, raising the total to 146,106. Of those, officials continue to monitor an estimated 81,521 active cases.

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While COVID-19 resulted in the cancellations of many of Hailey's annual gatherings this year–such as the Fourth of July rodeo competition and the Summer’s End-Draper Rendezvous Music Festival—other traditions carried on in 2020.

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Resident motorists and visitors to Blaine County will see improved roadway conditions in several well-traveled areas in the coming years, as the Idaho Transportation Department starts to execute its long-range plans for the region.

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Business has been steady at Boulder Mountain Botanicals on Main Street in Hailey since it opened on Nov. 16. It’s the first retail store in Blaine County dedicated to the sale of products made from hemp, a close cousin of marijuana.

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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,717 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide today, raising the total since March to 132,594. Of those, health officials continue to monitor an estimated 79,295 active cases.

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The Hailey City Council unanimously approved an agreement with the Idaho Transportation Department Monday authorizing the city to receive nearly $500,000 in federal funding for its planned Croy-to-Quigley bike and pedestrian path south of Curtis Park.