Winter Has One Last Gasp

Elk move up a hillside above Penny Lake west of Ketchum Wednesday morning, after the front end of a wet winter storm dropped several inches of snow in the region. By Thursday morning, the storm had brought 9 inches of new snow to Bald Mountain. At lower elevations of the Wood River Valley, however, the precipitation came in the form of steady rain, causing flooding in low-lying areas of Bellevue and the Bellevue Triangle. To see a photo of the response in Bellevue, turn to Page 6. Photo by Roland Lane

Friday, March 16, 2012

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