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Cowboy Shane Erickson competes in tie-down roping at Days of the Old West Rodeo over Fourth of July Weekend. Cole Eiguren won that buckle with… Read more

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The Sun Valley Realtors Give Foundation, an charitable organization supported by the Sun Valley Board of Realtors Association, has hired a new executive director, Cathy Nikoliasons.

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Eight-year-old Emily Chavez goes through the Ketchum Bike Rodeo course on Saturday, with Sheriff's Department officers Kurt Holtzen, left, and Christian Crusberg offering help as needed. The event in the southern YMCA parking lot offered kids free bike helmets, free water bottles, free bicyc…

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Camas County High School graduated its class of 2022 at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14 at Camas County High School in Fairfield.

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The 98th annual Carey High School graduation took place in the Blue Gym at Carey High School on Monday, May 23 at 7 p.m.

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The Sage School will celebrate its class of 2022 at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, at the Sawtooth Botanical Garden. Tickets are required for entry. In all, eight seniors will receive diplomas.

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The celebration for 203 Wood River High School seniors in the Class of 2022 begins with the Parade of Seniors driving parade through Hailey and Bellevue beginning at 6 p.m. at the high school on Thursday, May 26. Cap and gowns are not required since it is not the actual graduation ceremony. …

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The St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation board of directors and the Harvey Gray family have awarded the 2022 Carl A. Gray Memorial Award for nursing excellence to Emergency Department nurse Lauren Hoover.

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The Sun Valley Stables welcomed its newest resident in the early hours of April 21. Perchin Cross JJ was born to mother Casey around 2 a.m., with Horseman's Center employee Shelby Van Slander checking in every hour or so in the run-up to the birth. The pair, seen here on Monday, appear happy…

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Three Wood River Valley nonprofit directors have been selected to participate in Spur Community Foundation’s 2022 Leadership Coaching Program. This year’s class will be made up of Lyn Drewien, director of the Hailey Public Library; Sara Gress, executive director of the Wood River Trails Coal…

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Numerous Wood River High School seniors walked away from school Monday night, April 18, with smiles on their faces and promissory certificates in hand after dozens of Blaine County businesses and organizations doled out scholarships to support their higher education.

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Join Earth Day Fest from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Hailey Town Center (116 S. River Street) on Saturday, April 23. Activates will include a 5K Fun Run and vehicle displays showcasing Mountain Rides’ new electric bus, local e-cars and e-bikes. This event is held in part by the Climate Action Coal…

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The 2021-2022 Sun Valley ski season was truly festive: It started on Thanksgiving, peaked on Christmas and ended on a sunny Easter Sunday. The concluding weekend showcased the full range of weather—and costumes—as fun-loving skiers and riders savored powder, smiled through sleet and basked i…

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For the past 28 years, Scooter Carling, right, has organized and prepared breakfast for the Sun Valley Ski Patrol on the closing day of Bald Mountain. Carling’s group cooked for approximately 200 people this Sunday, feeding patrollers, mountain staff and members of the ski community. “This i…

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Even those in our society who are not religious of any faith know the story of Passover—the redemption and exodus of the ancient Israelites from 300-plus years of slavery in Egypt. Many great films depict this story—my favorite being Cecil B. De Mille’s 1956 epic film, “The Ten Commandments,…

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Matt Mahoney discovered a different type of hazard, blasting a wedge out of a snowbank during Friday's "A Man for All Seasons" biathalon. Mahoney was one of 24 guys who competed in the challenge, first racing down on Baldy and then motoring over to Bigwood Golf Course for nine holes. This ye…

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Senior Lieutenant and Paramedic John Rathfon finished his final shift for the Ketchum Fire Department on March 23, calling it a career after 26 years of full-time service. During that time, he served as president of the local firefighters’ union for the last 13 years and is still the union r…

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The International Skiing History Association’s Skiing History Week culminated Saturday night with a group of 11 athletes, coaches and snowsport icons earning enshrinement into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame. By the end of the night, Alison Owen, Greg Stump, Hank Tauber, Kristean Por…

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The full gamut of ski style was on display at Sun Valley Resort last weekend as Skiing History Week coincided with Dollar Dayz closing celebrations, featuring the Cold Bowl Pond Skim (above). After two ski seasons disrupted by COVID-19, spring weather prompted revelers to break out their bes…