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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
May 17 - 23, 2000

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

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Elk herd in the Stanley Basin

Stanley wolf pack's
moment of truth

An elk herd in the Stanley Basin appears spooked as they graze on wild grasses. The area is considered “ground zero” for the Stanley wolf pack. Elk is a primary food source for the pack. Federal officials and wolf activists are concerned that the pack faces an uncertain fate this summer if it preys on livestock. Express photo by Willy Cook

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  • It's a tie
    Coin-toss needed to decide school board election

  • Runaway rents pad in Spain
    Adam Brod, the Wood River High School student and Ketchum resident who ditched a class field trip near Madrid a month and a half ago, announced recently that he has rented an apartment in Granada and plans on returning home in late July or early August

  • St. Luke's proposes for-profit MOB
    Thursday evening, the Blaine County Planning and Zoning Commission will meet for a third time to discuss St. Luke's application to build and operate a 40,000-square-foot medical office building next to its nearly completed hospital

  • St. Luke's has third building in the works
    St. Luke's officials have disclosed they are working out the details of a plan that could result in the hospital's constructing a third building on its medical complex site south of Ketchum

  • Council backs paid parking
    Paid parking—including meters—in Ketchum's downtown will become a reality under preliminary plans endorsed by the Ketchum City Council on Monday night

  • Supreme Court race is a nasty contest
    A second ethics complaint has been lodged against state Supreme Court challenger Daniel Eismann in a supposedly nonpartisan campaign that has become increasingly partisan

  • Ranching groups lose appeal
    Ruling against ranching and farming groups, the Supreme Court has upheld changes to federal livestock grazing rules that will affect grazing on millions of acres of federal Bureau of Land Management-managed land

  • County tables Carey area-of-impact agreement
    Carey locals compare Wood River Valley to a foriegn country

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  • Judge Eismann caught up in morass of Christian Coalition
    How fitting that the Idaho Christian Coalition, which demands squeeky clean behavior in politicians, finds itself engulfed in an untidy family feud with ugly inferences of (gasp!) fraudulent conduct by members. Commentary by Pat Murphy

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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 and other stories  in this weeks' issue:

  • Street decision postponed

  • Bellevue reinstates flat water fees

  • Greener grasses for city administrator

  • Middle school to have police officer

  • County commissioner candidate profiles

  • Resort report

  • 'Burdened Tax Payers' appeal decision

  • News in breif

 

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