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Sun Valley Resort is moving large quantities of dirt from a development project to the slopes of Dollar Mountain to improve the skiing terrain.

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Sun Valley city leaders are hoping that a new downhill bike lane along the east side of Elkhorn Road from the top of the hill at Village Way to the City Hall intersection will improve traffic flow and safety on the steep stretch.

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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 forests in and around the ski slopes on Bald Mountain are under attack by Douglas-fir beetle, dwarf mistletoe, white pine blister rust and other infestations. A combination of deadfall and canopy overgrowth has increased fire risk, as wide swathes of trees have died and gone brown in the…

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Billionaires with name tags are no longer strolling around Sun Valley Village in casual attire. The reporters from National Public Radio and financial publications have moved on to other hot spots. The shiny, private jets no longer crowd the parking area at Friedman Memorial Airport.

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CNN broadcaster Anderson Cooper was one of many familiar faces strolling Sun Valley Resort early Wednesday morning ahead of the first sessions of this year’s Allen & Company media, technology and business conference. After a year cancelled due to COVID-19, the secretive summit settled in…

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At Sun Valley Resort, crews have installed outdoor stages and seating areas on lawns. Plastic fencing surrounds the Sun Valley Pavilion and parts of Sun Valley Village. Hedges of potted evergreens restrict views and access. Chairs, tables and drink coolers dot the greenery in front of the Su…

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Preceding the Fourth of July holiday, the city of Sun Valley joined all other Wood River Valley cities and Blaine County in banning the use of consumer-type fireworks.