I am elated that a new market might be coming to Ketchum. It is way overdue and it's time for some competition. Grocery prices have been extremely high, in spite of how far goods must travel. One must expect higher cost but not outrageously high.
The pathetic whiners (the Berkeley/San Francisco, Calif., types) arguing over allowing a market (but no flowers and pharmacy, heaven forbid) of any kind in the Light Industrial zone or anywhere else are so short-sighted and hardly intelligent thinkers.
My, how Ketchum has changed since the early 1970s.
Sue (Kibbe) Van Der Wal
Stanley and Inverness, Calif.