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Two more Blaine County residents have died of the coronavirus, according to the state health department, raising the local death toll to nine.

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Idaho set a new single-day record for COVID-19 cases today, with the state Department of Health and Welfare reporting 1,911 new confirmed and probable cases of the disease. Today's surge brings the state total to 108,366, of which health officials continue to monitor an estimated 64,663 acti…

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Idaho added another 1,603 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the state's cumulative total to 103,305 cases since the pandemic began, according the the Department of Health and Welfare. Of those, 61,261 are still considered active by health officials.

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After years of setbacks, Ketchum’s proposed Bluebird Village workforce housing development has been named a recipient of competitive 9 percent tax credits from the Idaho Housing and Finance Association’s 2021 Low Income Housing Tax Credit program, the city announced Tuesday.

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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,773 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide today. For reference, the largest ever single-day increase in cases is 1,786. Today's rise brings the state total to 96,503, of which health officials continue to monitor an estim…

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Responding to an ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases and illnesses, Ketchum City Council members on Monday unanimously approved a citywide health order that expands and clarifies coronavirus-related regulations.

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Idaho’s COVID-19 surge continued this weekend, with the state Department of Health and Welfare reporting 3,326 confirmed and probable cases statewide since Friday. Today’s rise of 1,437 brought the grand total to 93,090, of which state health officials continue to monitor an estimated 53,827.

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Ketchum City Council members and Mayor Neil Bradshaw will hold a special meeting today, Nov. 23, at 5 p.m. to hear an update from Fire Chief Bill McLaughlin on COVID-19 in Ketchum and the Wood River Valley, and to consider a new public health order for the city. City Council members are expe…

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Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commission members reviewed on Tuesday a revised draft plan to construct an approximately 58,000-square-foot mixed-use building on a four-lot site along Main Street, between Fourth and Fifth streets. A vacant portion of the development site is commonly called “Hot…

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Idaho has once again broken its record for highest ever single-day increase in COVID-19 cases. Yesterday, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 1,179 new confirmed and probable—the most in a single day at the time. That record has since been broken. Today, the department added …

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Ketchum city leaders on Monday sent a formal message to the developer of a stalled hotel project on the south end of Main Street: Provide proof of financing to complete the project, or the city will take action to begin restoration of the excavated site.

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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported the state’s new highest ever single-day increase of COVID-19 cases today: 1,179 confirmed and probable. That brings the total to 67,024. Of those, officials are monitoring an estimated 35,533 active cases. According to state health official…

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Ketchum citizens and visitors to the city will be able to park overnight this winter in two select locations in the downtown core, and will likely have an easier path to retrieving their car or truck if they violate parking regulations and their vehicle is towed.

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A Marriott-affiliated hotel proposed for a high-profile site on the southern side of Ketchum’s downtown core was given a significant push forward on Tuesday, but still has several hurdles in gaining full approval from the city.

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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported 961 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 statewide today, raising the total to 62,746. Of those, an estimated 32,936 are active.

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The Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a special meeting and public hearings on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 4:30 p.m., to consider a proposed hotel development at the southern entrance of the city, at the corner of Main Street and River Street.

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With the mayor casting two tie-breaking votes, the Ketchum City Council on Monday adopted an emergency ordinance that establishes a 90-day moratorium on the demolition of buildings in the downtown “Community Core” area that are deemed to be historically or culturally significant.