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Holidays Bring Business, Cheer

University of Colorado student Duncan Ferguson, left, shops at Silver Creek Outfitters in Ketchum last week with his mother, Nini Ferguson, who splits time between Ketchum and Washington, D.C. Store owner Terry Ring said business has been strong during the holiday season. "The shoppers are out in force. There is a long history of people who come to Sun Valley for the holidays, supporting our local shops beautifully and I expect business for the next two weeks to be strong." Photo by Willy Cook



Wednesday, December 26, 2007

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