Ketchum seeks ways to revitalize its identity

At a crossroads like much of the valley, Ketchum is trying to reinvent its downtown core

Once surrounded by pastoral farm fields and pastures, Ketchum has grown in tandem with its sister city to the east, Sun Valley, since the Sun Valley Resort came on the scene in 1936. The pace of growth has quickened in recent years, however, and is forcing municipal and Blaine County governing agencies to rethink how it must be managed in order to retain the mountain town charm and sense of community so important to all who call the Wood River Valley home. Photo by Willy Cook

Friday, November 25, 2005

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