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Oct. 6 - Oct. 12, 1999

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Air Ketchum calls it quits

Air Ketchum ends scheduled service
Leonard McIntosh, Air Ketchum's President, ended scheduled flights to Boise following decisions by two city councils to subsidize competitor Horizon Air. McIntosh, pictured above last Thursday about to embark on his last scheduled round trip flight, declared he was "blindsided" by events. (Express photo by Willy Cook)

  • Trick or treat Editorial urges public to attend third and final Highway 75 Corridor Study meeting tomorrow as state highway officials continue to plan for new Wood River Valley road

  • Time for a raise Editorial reflects on dearth of candidates for council seats up for grabs in November election and urges higher pay for public officials to attract quality representation

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  • Other Stories This Week:

    Hailey Mayor working with state Fish and Game officials to create cougar control guidelines
    Six escape serious injuries in four-car accident Sunday night on Highway 75
    Saturday's annual Blessing of the Animals Festival was held in downtown Ketchum
    Approximately 100 local bikers rode from Ketchum to Hailey in Christmas fund-raiser for needy Blaine County children
    State assesses $230,000 penalty against Helca Mining as Grouse Creek Mine continues to leak cyanide
    Idaho Supreme Court upholds federal rights to unappropriated water in wilderness areas
    Suit alleges four year old student was abused by two teachers at the Pioneer Montessori School in Ketchum
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