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The Idaho Mountain Express is distributed free to residents and guests throughout the Sun Valley, Idaho resort area community. Subscribers to the Idaho Mountain Express will read these stories and others in this week's issue.


City of Ketchum

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Edmark GM Superstore : Nampa, Idaho

Premier Resorts Sun Valley

High Country Property Rentals

Lacrosse Returns to Hailey

The game of lacrosse dates back nearly 400 years to the early French settlers in Canada and the Northeastern U.S. who used a curved stick (crosse) to carry a ball in the pocket of a long-handled stick—since, by the game’s rules, you could not touch the ball with your hands. The equipment has been modernized, but it is still a tough game played mostly in the East. Here in the Wood River Valley, the Wood River Warriors lacrosse club recently formed, and the Warriors hosted Timberline of Boise for two games Sunday in Hailey. Warriors’ midfielder Joe France makes sure the ball is securely in the stick’s pouch as he goes on the attack against Timberline. See story and photo on page B9. . Express photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday — April 28, 2004



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