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Feb. 2 - Feb. 8, 2000

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

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Silky smooth and shreddable

Silky smooth and shreddable fun!
Sun Valley's Shane Harrison was one of 37 riders having Super Bowl Sunday fun in the Beverly Hay Snowboard Cup on Baldy's Greyhawk ski run(Express photo by David N. Seelig)

  • Buried alive Local avalanche forecaster Janet Kellam was buried by an avalanche in the Smoky Mountains and then rescued by two Sun Valley Avalanche Center associates
  • Utilities investigation The Idaho Public Utilities Commission is probing the quality of public service at Idaho Power Company's Hailey office

  • Psychological nightmare Lead editorial criticizes the Idaho Legislature's middle-class males for trying to enact a law requiring parental consent before a teenage girl may receive an abortion
  • Block peril for deep pockets Editorial supports legislative proposal to protect companies from suits against them for actions of former employees

  • Head in the sand politics ensnarls roadless initiative Sierra Club Northern Rockies chairman Jonathan Stoke blasts Idaho Attorney General Al Lance for what he calls Fed bashing in Lance's attempt in court to extend the public comment period for 120 days on President Clinton's proposal to protect national forests from further development

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  • The river of life Arts section front page piece focuses on James Prosek's Trout: An Illustrated History, a book wildly popular among Sun Valley trout anglers

  • Silky smooth and shreddable The annual Beverly Hay Snowboard Cup on Bald Mountain featured some of the most talented riders in the area

  • Twenty Years Ago Work space is cramped, general delivery lines are long, according to the paper's January-February 1980 issues writing about Ketchum's post office. So it's no surprise city officials support a move of the post office from its current A-frame site to the site of the former Scott USA building

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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:

    Inching toward consensus on the Greenhorn Bridge
    Where cougars roam
    Term limits: a sticky issue returns
    Education advocates pitch budget plan in legislature
    Community Recreation Bond's future considered
    Ketchum men arrested for alleged attack
    Hailey grapples with growth limiting initiative
    Final plans expected for new Ketchum post office
    Idaho U.S. Attorney supports investigation of state's high gasoline prices
    USFS meetings to be held on management plan for Sawtooth Scenic Byway
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