'Wrong Way Corrigan' Returns

A lost sheep who had been separated from its flock heading north took concerned citizens, motorists, cyclists, photographers and police officers on a wild-goose or, perhaps, a wild-sheep chase through Ketchum on Monday. The animal was spotted on Bell Drive in the light-industrial area, scampered south on Warm Springs Road and visited Grumpy’s bar before getting onto Main Street heading south against traffic in the northbound lane, above. According to Ketchum Police Chief Steve Harkins, police officers “were able to get it corralled in a backyard on River Street.” After calling Lava Lake Land and Livestock in Carey, “they were gracious enough to help get it to the rightful owners,” Harkins said. Photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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