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In mid-April, the Sun Valley Wellness Festival & Conference announced that it would be postponing its 2020 edition—originally scheduled to span from Friday, June 26, through Monday, June 29—until August 21-24.

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Running water returned for the roughly 300 residents of The Meadows trailer park south of Ketchum on Thursday night, ending a 30-hour service interruption.

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With Idaho’s coronavirus stay-at-home order extended to the end of the month, some of those isolated at home continue to face mental health challenges in navigating the day-to-day anxieties and stresses amid a pandemic that has impacted the lives of everyone—children and adults.

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   Nearly two weeks after being discharged from the intensive-care unit at St. Luke’s hospital in Boise, Hailey nurse Jesse Vanderhoof continues to make daily strides in his recovery from COVID-19. But coming out of a medically induced coma hasn’t been an easy walk in the park, Jesse and his…

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As testing becomes more streamlined, with new equipment allowing for faster turnaround and large quantities of samples being tested on a daily basis, questions remain about the accuracy of COVID-19 testing and what questions antibody testing can answer.

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Every day since the COVID-19 pandemic made its appearance in the Wood River Valley, Erin Pfaeffle, director of community engagement for St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center, has sent out daily emails of support and encouragement to hospital staff.

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Beyond concerns over community spread of coronavirus, pet owners have raised questions about whether their dogs and cats can be carriers of the virus and spread it to others.

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The Advocates CEO Tricia Swartling said Wednesday that there are some COVID-19 cases within the organization’s client base, and it is prepared to serve them as they recover.

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Schools across the Wood River Valley are temporarily closing their doors after cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, were confirmed in Blaine County over the weekend.

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No new cases of coronavirus were confirmed on Monday as local governments continue to respond—and other organizations continue to close—in the face of the outbreak. Here’s a look at the top stories from Monday, March 16.

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The Meadows trailer park south of Ketchum was on notice for about 20 hours early this week to not drink household water without boiling it for at least a minute to avoid possible contamination.

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About 25 researchers, biochemists, oncologists, pathologists and other specialists gathered on Thursday night at the Sun Valley Inn to discuss the breakthroughs being made in the field of breast cancer research.

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     Idaho’s South Central Public Health District has opened an informational hotline for those with concerns about the novel coronavirus, the district announced Friday.

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     The South Central Public Health District has opened nominations for the 2020 Health Heroes, for members or an organization in the community going the extra mile to keep residents healthy.