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Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw and Ketchum Fire Chief Bill McLaughlin cut the ribbon—or, rather, decouple the hose—to christen the city’s new fir… Read more

Three Ketchum citizens are planning to challenge incumbent Neil Bradshaw in the city’s upcoming mayoral election, while three others plan to run against incumbent City Council members Amanda Breen and Courtney Hamilton.

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The proposed Bluebird Village workforce-housing development in downtown Ketchum cleared a major hurdle Tuesday and is one step closer to having full permission from the city to proceed to construction.

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The proposed Bluebird Village workforce-housing development in downtown Ketchum cleared a major hurdle on Tuesday and is one step closer to having full permission from the city to proceed with construction.

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After years of planning and fine-tuning, the developers of the proposed Bluebird Village workforce-housing development in downtown Ketchum will have their project formally reviewed by city decision-makers this week.

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The Idaho Travel Council doled out more than $7.3 million in grants last week to Idaho nonprofit organizations for tourism marketing, including substantial awards to the marketing groups for Ketchum-Sun Valley, Hailey and Stanley.

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The city of Ketchum is moving forward with a proposed fiscal year 2022 budget of approximately $32.6 million that includes staff pay increases, funding for capital improvement projects and establishing a fund that the mayor and City Council can use for special initiatives.

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Blaine County ranchers John Peavey and Diane Josephy Peavey will serve as grand marshals of Wagon Days, the Ketchum’s Labor Day-weekend celebrations of its mining-era history, the city of announced this week.

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The developer of the proposed Bluebird Village workforce-housing development in downtown Ketchum has submitted a formal development application to the city that will be reviewed by the Planning and Zoning Commission on Aug. 10.

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The city of Ketchum and the union of its professional firefighters have finalized an unprecedented three-year employment agreement that aims to bring pay for full-time Ketchum Fire Department staff into line with other departments in the Wood River Valley.

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Mayor Neil Bradshaw, center, with kids from the city’s park program cut the ribbon as the city of Ketchum unveiled a new art project, called “Night Sky,” on a set of garage doors at the Terry Tracy Recreation Department building at Atkinson Park on Thursday, July 8. From a pool of more than …

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Ketchum leaders set their sights on addressing a severe shortage of affordable housing Tuesday evening, enacting one emergency ordinance and discussing other options to potentially boost the housing inventory.