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The annual Wagon Days festival, which typically takes place Labor Day weekend, may have been called off, but the Big Hitch Lewis Ore Wagons ar… Read more

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After a large sow and her cub were found pawing through at least four unsecured garbage cans in Warm Springs on Monday, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is warning Wood River Valley residents—once again—that leaving trash out can condition black bears to human food sources and result in…

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The Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commission weighed in on a pair of downtown plans on Tuesday, but the larger work will likely start in the fall, when the developers of a stalled hotel project—and, maybe, new plans for Hot Dog Hill—could make it onto P&Z agendas.

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The Ketchum City Council approved the first reading of the city’s $33.7 million fiscal 2021 budget of on Monday night, opting to increase projected local-option tax revenue by $100,000 and unanimously agreeing to fulfill Visit Sun Valley’s request for $110,000 in order to complete the plan.

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The developer of a stalled hotel project at the southern entrance to Ketchum has less than a month to show “meaningful work” on the construction site, or else see his building permit suspended.

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The Ketchum City Council will convene Monday evening during a specially scheduled meeting to continue discussion of fiscal year 2021’s budget. This follows a four-hour long meeting last week, which included presentations from all the city’s department heads as well as budget requests from no…

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Twenty-five years ago, Bob Brennan tried and failed to buy Warm Springs Ranch, a sprawling 78 acres hugging the north slopes of Bald Mountain in Ketchum. He finally realized that dream in April—and now that he owns it, the Sun Valley resident says he wants to keep most of the site undevelope…

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Ketchum bid farewell to Police Chief Dave Kassner in a ceremony on Thursday, after the chief announced his upcoming retirement earlier this week. In recognition of Kassner’s 34 years of service on the police force, Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw presented the chief with the key to the city. Bra…

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Reports of significant traffic delays on state Highway 75 between St. Luke’s Hospital and Weyyakin Drive have increased this week as Idaho Transportation Department crews work to repair sections of roadway damaged by last winter’s freeze-thaw cycles.

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An affordable housing development slated to be built at the current site of Ketchum City Hall is back on track following a financial agreement between the developer and the Ketchum Urban Renewal Agency.

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Following approval by the city council, Ketchum’s Guy Coles Skate Park will now formally allow scooter-riders to use the park, something that has been an issue of contention in both north and south valley skateparks

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Ketchum’s Urban Renewal Agency will meet this afternoon to discuss funding requests for several nonprofit agencies in the fiscal 2021 budget, as well as a funding request for an affordable housing project planned for the location of Ketchum’s current city hall.

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Ketchum’s Planning & Zoning Commission will review five action items—including a potential addition to Fourth Street—during tonight’s meeting, scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m.

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Ketchum is facing a lawsuit after a business owner on Fourth Street delivered notice following the closure of the road to vehicles between Walnut and Leadville avenues, claiming that the mayor and city council failed to notice area businesses when it took action to ban cars on the two blocks…