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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
Feb. 23 - Feb. 29, 2000

—Idaho's Largest Weekly Newspaper - Serving The Sun Valley, Idaho Resort Area Communities—

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Sun Valley's Tyler Roos
Sun Valley’s Tyler Roos, wearing No. 1, was the leading junior racer down the 34-gate Greyhawk giant slalom course Saturday on the first day of the 10th annual Laura Flood Memorial on Baldy. He finished third overall of 157 men behind Jeff and Robin Sarchett of Sun Valley. J2 class winner Roos also emerged as the combined champion of the two-day Intermountain Division race event. (Express photo by David N. Seelig)

news

editorials

  • Last call for salmon
    Will the human masters of the Snake and Columbia rivers let the state’s salmon runs be destroyed?

  • Downtown-go-round
    The tug of war over buildings, businesses, parking and housing in downtown Ketchum will renew before the Planning and Zoning Commission in a public hearing at City Hall at 7:30 p.m. Monday.

columns

  • Will the REAL candidates please step forward
    Suddenly, in the past week or so, reporters tracking John McCain’s presidential hopes have called asking whether the McCain who’s become the lovable maverick on the "Straight Talk Express" is the real John McCain. Commentary by Pat Murphy.

  • High noon for Idaho's salmon
    It was June 15, 1973, one of those mornings complete with swirling snow flurries alternating with freezing rain which reminds you a wintry day can occur in any month in the Idaho mountains.Commentary by Ted Chu.

  • The universal lack of corporate accountability
    In that star-crossed land we still call Yugoslavia another in a series of disasters arrived recently. The catastrophe was not limited to Yugoslavia, but struck Hungary and Romania as well. It was not a political, social or military debacle, like recent others in that area; rather, it was an environmental disaster caused by corporate irresponsibility. Commentary by Dick Dorworth.

features

Earl Holding...

  • A very private person
    Perhaps not as elusive as the late Howard Hughes, billionaire Robert Earl Holding nevertheless wraps himself in a cloak of privacy that has allowed few glimpses into his business and personal life.

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The Idaho Mountain Express is distributed free to residents and guests throughout the Sun Valley resort areas. Subscribers to the Idaho Mountain Express will read these stories and more in this weeks' issue:

Let's talk about sex

Skiers, snowmobilers work toward resolution

Mentoring program proposed for county's youth

Democratic caucus set

Meg Kelly's dark humor draws a crowd

County revisits Blue Grouse

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