As other cities close in on draft budgets, Ketchum’s city council has yet to start on its fiscal 2021 plan—a fact that Councilwoman Amanda Breen brought up during Monday night’s meeting. Last year’s budget talks began with a workshop in May.
The city of Ketchum’s local-option tax, which collects taxes from building materials, liquor sales and condominium and room rentals along with other retail taxes, saw a drastic decline in tax receipts during the three-month isolation order, which began being lifted in May. Collections droppe…
The City of Ketchum will take up the topic of masks on Monday, considering a resolution supporting the use of masks—as well as more stringent health order that would mandate them—this evening, following a recent rise in COVID-19 cases throughout the state and within Blaine County.
In December, developer Jack Bariteau provided proof of the $80 million in financing he needed to continue a hotel project slated to be built at the southern entrance to Ketchum. Since then, little to no progress has been made on the River Street project, currently known as the Harriman Hotel…
Ketchum will get its long-awaited—and much debated—fire station in the coming months after the city council green-lit the project during a special meeting Friday afternoon.
Design review of a duplex development at 3020 Warm Spring Road passed approval by the Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday night, following two continuations of the application due to requests for design enhancements by commissioners and neighboring property owners.
Ketchum City Council will consider two items on Friday afternoon necessary to give a green light for construction to begin on the city’s new fire station.
COVID-19 may have hit Blaine County harder than previous testing numbers indicated, according to initial findings from an antibody study that was conducted throughout the county following a surge of cases in March and April.
A four-hour-long Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commission meeting Monday night left a proposed large development on Main Street stalled once again after the developer entered into a “debate” with commissioners regarding their role in deciding which developments move forward in the city.
Ketchum Planning & Zoning Commissioners will meet Monday to take public comment on five items, including a pre-application design review for a mixed-use building on Main Street between Fourth Street and Fifth Street, a property informally known as “hot dog hill.”
More than a thousand protesters throughout the valley took to the Main Streets of Hailey, Ketchum and Bellevue on Tuesday evening, dropping to a knee in solidarity with George Floyd, a black man killed while in custody of Minneapolis police last week, and against systemic racism and police b…
The Ketchum City Council met in person for the first time since March 16 in its chambers Monday evening, the first step toward reopening City Hall and creating a new normal of social distancing measures to protect elected officials and the public.
Ketchum Council members got an update on the city’s bond-funded fire station Monday afternoon. The council expects to make final approvals of the project during a special meeting June 23—one day before Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw expects construction to break ground on June 24.
The Hunger Coalition’s Thursday Ketchum food pantry pick-up location will be at Hemingway STEAM School from 3:30-4:30 p.m. instead of Church of the Big Wood, starting on June 4.
More than a thousand protesters throughout the valley took to main streets on Tuesday evening, dropping to a knee in solidarity with George Floyd, a black man killed while in custody of Minneapolis police last week, and against the American racism that led to his death.