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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
March 22 - March 28, 2000

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

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Fantasy on skis, and on snowshoes, too

Fantasy on skis, and on snowshoes, too, translates into Paw ‘N Pole, one of the valley’s most colorful winter events. Among the “characters” who showed up for this year’s “X-Country Millenniathon”—as it was called—was “Rosie the Robot” alias Jen Douglas, and her partner “Elroy.” The fund-raiser for the Animal Shelter of Wood River Valley raised $11,500. (Express photo by David N. Seelig)




  • Salmon testimony hard to swallow
    More than 80 percent of people who testified in the recent Idaho hearings on salmon recovery came down on the side of breaching four lower Snake wasn’t what was expected

  • The more the merrier
    The county is in need of a wide-open discussion of where it is going — only a vigorous election with vigorous candidates will produce the debate that’s needed


  • McCain’s protégé alleged to be
    involved in scandalous web

    Had he beaten George W., news reporters hungry for fresh angles might’ve returned to Phoenix and taken a fresh look at McCain’s political protégé, J. Fife Symington III, a rising star in the Republican galaxy who was destroyed by scandal. Commentary by Pat Murphy

  • Planned medical office building a critical complement to St. Luke's hospital
    "We do not want to create nor do we believe this currently allowed use will create the urban sprawl some fear." Commentary by Edwin E. Dahlberg

  • Quiz show demons are running wild
    I started to write a column titled "Twenty-one Reasons not to be on 21" but ran out after two or three, since the reality is that given the chance, most people who are not already wealthy would probably jump at the chance to get the big winnings. Commentary by JoEllen Collins


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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:

Flood plain map overhaul could alter homeowner insurance purchases

The half pipe half life

Sol fest to tap younger market

Police chase allegedly drunk driver through Bellevue

Fish and Wildlife decision on lynx could close winter trails

Total local sales up through January

Teen treated for alcohol poisoning


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