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The city of Ketchum’s campaign to purchase and preserve approximately 65 acres of open space at Warm Springs Ranch got a boost this week, when a member of the campaign committee offered to match up to $1 million for new donations received by Dec. 31.

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The Mountain Rides Transportation Authority saw passenger loads approach pre-pandemic levels during the months of October and November—and that trend is continuing as the valley heads into peak tourism season, MRTA Executive Director Wally Morgus reported to the Hailey City Council on Monday.

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Sun Valley Company hosted its annual tree lighting on Saturday night, Dec. 11, on the lawn by the Sun Valley Inn. Spectators young and old enjoyed hot chocolate, cookie decorating, carol singing and holiday merriment throughout the evening. The tree—along with the entire Sun Valley Mall—was …

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Upon entering downtown Ketchum from the south, it is hard to miss: a massive hole on the east side of Main Street surrounded by shaded construction fencing. It has had locals talking and visitors gawking. At times, city leaders have referenced the frustration of residents as months pass and …

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Ketchum city leaders have directed staff to move the city’s public recycling drop-off site from the south lot of the YMCA to a city-owned lot on Lewis Street, immediately northeast of the YMCA.

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The city of Ketchum will not actively enforce federal immigration laws or have its personnel inquire into people’s immigration status, after the City Council on Monday adopted a resolution that sets new standards for law enforcement and city administration.

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The city of Ketchum’s campaign to purchase and preserve approximately 65 acres of open space at Warm Springs Ranch has reached the halfway mark, as donations hit $4.5 million toward the $9 million sales price.

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The Ketchum City Council on Nov. 18 issued final approval of a new 10-year franchise agreement with Clear Creek Disposal company to provide garbage and recycling services in the city.

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The Ketchum City Council approved on Nov. 18 an ordinance that requires infrastructure for charging electric vehicles in new one-bedroom and two-bedroom single-family dwellings and townhouses.

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The city of Ketchum has launched a survey to get input from community members, employers and workers in Ketchum and the Wood River Valley to assess the area’s housing needs.

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Neil Bradshaw will serve another term as mayor of Ketchum after beating a trio of challengers in a Tuesday election that continues the city’s political course charted over the past four years.

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The city of Ketchum has moved into its new City Hall on the west side of the downtown core, bringing to fruition a project that has been discussed for some two decades.

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Ketchum residents will soon see an increase on their bills for garbage-pickup and recycling services after the city finalizes a new 10-year franchise agreement with Clear Creek Disposal.