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Jan. 5, 1999 - Jan. 11, 2000

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Millennium Blast!!!
Spectacular fireworks, parties mark special night. Sun Valley's skies light up New Year's Eve with the boom and flash of a 22-minute fireworks show from Dollar Mountain. It took four days to set up the show. (Express photo by Willy Cook)

  • Resolutions we'd like to see Lead editorial focuses on a number of New Year's resolutions including urging highway officials to precisely show the public what might be in store in the form of a five-lane valley highway
  • What a party! Editorial praises cities of Ketchum, Sun Valley and anonymous donors who funded the spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks display on Dollar Mountain

  • Go figure our China trade policy Columnist Pat Murphy is sharply critical of Idaho Sen. Larry Craig and others pushing for increased China trade in light of China's brutal human rights track record and a seemingly inconsistent posture toward blocking trade with Cuba
  • Public needs outfitters' skills Steve Lenz, a licensed river guide in Idaho, takes issue with Idaho Mountain Express writer Greg Moore's op-ed piece last week urging more public access if the state's rivers without having to pay for a professional guide

  • A bang of a millennium! Writer Dana DuGan visits the Sun Valley New Year's Eve party scene and has a ball at the glitzy gathering at the new Davies-Reid gallery as well as the bashes at Whiskey Jacaques' and other whoopin'-it-up venues
  • Soup creator ladles nourishment at the Liberty Arts section lead story focuses on wildly successful Chicken Soup for the Soul co-creator Mark Victor Hansen and his appearance Friday at Hailey's Liberty Theatre

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  • Other Stories This Week:

    Ketchum Broadway Bridge package to be proposed
    Conservation easement secured north of Hailey
    Still waiting for year 2000 baby
    Forest Service reports on user fees
    Hailey's rights in annexation case
    Local lawmakers gear up for legislative opening
    County and Carey negotiate airport agreement
    Ketchum purchases land bordering park and ride
    "Rock Shop" is new Carey city hall
    Icy Highway 75 on Tuesday caused crashes
    Rep. Simpson to visit valley
    Film on Sun Valley skiers to air on television
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