Wednesday, April 7, 2010


Learn about EMBA program

Ken Smith, dean of Idaho State University's College of Business, will discuss a proposed local executive master of business administration program on Thursday, April 8, from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Wood River Community YMCA's Learning Room.

The program is designed for working students and is more flexible than traditional MBA programs. It would involve primarily online learning with some class work at the Community Campus in Hailey.

Bald Mountain Lodge takes last step

Developers of Bald Mountain Lodge will face the Ketchum City Council on Thursday, April 8, at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall to seek their last approval for the proposed 68-foot-tall hotel.

The Planning and Zoning Commission narrowly approved the building's design on March 8 after much deliberation. Now it's up to the council to approve the planned-unit development. If that happens, developers of the building—planned for a lot along Main Street between First and River streets—would be free to start construction sometime within four years.

Hailey seeks artists' contributions

The Hailey Arts Commission has announced a call to artists to design, fabricate and install a town entryway artwork for Hailey's south end. The commissioned artist will be paid an all-inclusive fee of $9,550 for the project.

The design should be indicative of Hailey's character or heritage. Artists are asked to consider three locations: Roberta McKercher Park adjacent to Main Street, on the east side of Highway 75 or the new Hailey Rodeo Park location.

An artist workshop is scheduled for Thursday, April 22, at 5:30 p.m. in the upstairs meeting room of Hailey City Hall. The workshop will explain the selection process for this project and how to prepare the best possible application.

For more information, contact Hailey Public Art Coordinator Tracy Anderson at 788-4221, ext. 26, or

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