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Nov. 17 - Nov. 23, 1999

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High temps could delay ski opening. Wes Roberts, a Sun Valley snowmaking expert, keeps the snow guns roaring on Bald Mountain above Warm Springs. Unseasonable warm temperatures make the job difficult. (Express photo by Willy Cook)

  • McHanville issues too serious for hairsplitting Editorial criticizes Blaine County Commissioners for not providing proper public notice on critical hearings on future of area south of Ketchum
  • A river won Editorial commends Idaho Rivers United for its energetic and successful lobbying against application to divert water from river for power production

  • Veterans remember Veterans Day ceremony at Ketchum City Hall honored veterans and dedicated a flag pole and plaque to slain Idaho police officers
  • Two high profile resort areas brainstorm the future Ketchum officials gain insight into how Colorado resort handles such sensitive issues as affordable housing
  • Heroic madness Ketchum cinematographer Bob Poole is featured on front page of Arts section for his bone-chilling aerial photography of Alaska's Iditarod sled dog race

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  • Other Stories This Week:

    Wood River Land Trust to protect property in Warm Springs
    North Payette dam proposal withdrawn
    New strategy discussed for rec bond
    County approves Hailey treated effluent discharge into Big Wood River
    Blaine County receives $300,000 FEMA grant to prepare for possible future natural disasters
    New land manager for Sawtooth National Recreation Area
    Hailey burn victim of October 27 gas explosion in Elkhorn has returned home and is recovering
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