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Oct. 13 - Oct. 19, 1999

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Trailing of the Sheep

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Tradition. That's what Trailing of the Sheep is all about. Record crowds turned out for the celebration of the area's sheep industry and its culture. A band of sheep trot down Ketchum's Main Street, to the delight of onlookers. (Express photo by Willy Cook)

  • Highway corridor study is sales tool Editorial declares study is a sales tool designed to sell a giant highway as the only answer to valley's traffic woes

  • Ask 'em Editorial urges voters to become informed before Nov. 2 elections and attend Idaho Mountain Express sponsored Politics and Pizza forums Oct. 19 and Oct. 20 at Ketchum and Sun Valley city halls

  • Curious economics knocks out Air Ketchum Columnist Pat Murphy comes down on city of Sun Valley for laundering $20,000 through chamber of commerce to subsidize Horizon Air against Air Ketchum forcing local carrier to abandon Sun Valley Boise scheduled flights

  • In defense of home schooling Ketchum resident Lori Williams claims public perception of home schooling is largely warped and that home schooled youngsters receive a sound education

  • Robert Frost's spirit permeates Vermont Columnist JoEllen Collins recounts her session at the Middlebury Vermont Bread Loaf Writers Conference and how the spirit of poet Robert Frost was with her throughout the session

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  • Other Stories This Week:

    Twenty one year old Ketchum resident Michael Boo Bushell died when his vehicle plunged into the Salmon River after midnight Friday
    Triumph mine cleanup reaches final stages
    Ketchum P&Z addresses city's commercial growth
    USA TODAY to highlight Ketchum's advisory vote on whether to continue Wagon Days shootout event in its Nov. 3 post election roundup
    Blaine County schools to give achievement tests beginning this month
    Medical center approves year 2000 budget
    News of Record

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