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Dec. 8 - Dec. 14, 1999

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More Baldy to open amid snow, cold temperatures. On the cover, turnin' and burnin', Ketchum resident Jamie Hjort, a lifelong Baldy skier, snags some air on Sunday afternoon on Lower Warm Springs. Cold temperatures helped open the run last Saturday(Express photo by Willy Cook)

  • Back to the future? Editorial says Ketchum City Council did the right and legal thing in deciding to renew the city's contracts for visitor information and marketing services with the Sun Valley Ketchum Chamber of Commerce
  • Wild lands need support Editorial backs President Clinton's move to protect the nation's last roadless public lands

  • Simplistic rage and theatrics in Seattle Columnist Pat Murphy takes apart the Seattle World Trade Organization demonstrators, calling their rage simplistic and orchestrated by low IQ anarchists
  • Tourism drives our economic engine Sun Valley Ketchum Chamber of Commerce executive director Carol Waller and chamber board president Kurt Nelson take to the offensive against chamber critics and declare that tourism is the main economic engine contributing to the area's quality lifestyle

  • Wilderness as a state of mind The first of the Frank Church Lectures in Elkhorn drew a big crowd and environmental activists such as author Roderick Nash, former Gov. Cecil Andrus and Sawtooth Society president Bethine Church.
  • Surviving the ride Idaho Mountain Express publisher Pam Morris gives a first person account of her experience blasting down a bobsled run at the site of the 2002 winter Olympics at Park City, Utah
  • Locals plan for new Sun Valley film festival Arts section story says local activists are pushing to hold the first such festival next October with a celebration of film and the art of acting

  • Americans crack top 10 on World Cup Last weekend's Caf‚ de Colombia men's World Cup stop at Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada turned out to be productive for the U.S. Men's Alpine Ski Team

  • 20 years ago A total of 380 units have been proposed for the 362-acre Bigwood site-sage and grass-covered land north of Ketchum which once belonged to the Sheepherders' Association and was used for grazing

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  • Other Stories This Week:

    Wilderness society petitions Forest Service to change off-road vehicle regs
    Fire damages south valley house
    Community a no-show for Ketchum town meeting on substance abuse
    Picabo rancher Katie Breckenridge receives land conservation award at the first Frank Church Lectures in Elkhorn
    Wood River Medical Center in red for October
    Equine arena for handicapped to proceed following contract dispute
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