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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
Oct. 20 - Oct. 26, 1999

—Idaho's Largest Weekly Newspaper - Serving The Sun Valley, Idaho Resort Area Communities—

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All that jazz

All that jazz
Thousands of enthusiasts have a blast. Dick Johnson's Mardi Gras Band packed "Satchmo's" venue in Sun Valley as singer Claudette Stone showed why she is one of the best at interpreting classic jazz. The valley's swinging jamboree has emerged as one of the nations's top jazz festivals. (Express photo by Willy Cook)

  • Clinton's wilderness legacy Editorial applauds President Clinton's order that could result in preservation of two-thirds of the remaining roadless forests

  • No more blown calls Editorial criticizes bad calls by umpires in the Yankees and Red Sox playoff series and jurges use of technology to help the umps make tough decisions

  • All that jazz Featured is a story and photos of the just completed jazz festival which attracted great musicians and a crowd of more than 7,000 to the valley to hear the best of Dixieland and swing music

  • Centenarian man Story highlights the life of Elwood Werry of Shoshone who is 100 years old and whose life has many colorful chapters

  • Flat Top Sheep Ranch is Peavey country as far as the eye can see Profile of John and Diane Peavey whose ranching history is intertwined with the sheep and cattle culture of the valley

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The Idaho Mountain Express is distributed free to residents and guests throughout the Sun Valley resort areas. Subscribers to the Idaho Mountain Express will read these stories and more in this weeks' issue:

  • Other Stories This Week:

    Sun Valley is ready to make snow
    Public awareness key to bond's passage
    Sun Valley officers trained in heart attack response
    Option tax shows resort economy trends
    Ketchum and Aspen groups advocate smart growth to preserve rural character
    St. Luke's construction crews to bore beneath Big Wood River
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