Old Man Winter Wakes Up

City of Ketchum crews use their heavy artillery Satur-day morning to clean up the streets after a consider-able snow storm Friday night that lasted virtually all day Saturday. According to Ketchum Street Superin-tendent Brian Christiansen, “We got a solid 5 inches of new snow Friday and another 14 inches through Fri-day night into early Saturday morning.” Sun Valley Resort spokesman Jack Sibbach said the new snow was welcomed. “The 21 inches Baldy received last week put a lot of smiles on skiers’ faces,” he said. “It was great to see all of their passion and to have the bowls opened and skiing exceptionally well.” In this photo, the city-owned Kodiak snowblower devours piles of snow on River Street, feeding it into one of 12 contract dump trucks in service Saturday morning. On Tuesday, crews were busy opening up drains, as more snow is expected this week. Photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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