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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
April 5 - April 11, 2000

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

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Idaho Conservation League

Save our Salmon

Gallery Oscar



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Real Estate


Art Links
Gallery Oscar
Stoecklein Gallery



Sherry Daech Real Estate

Airborne at Solfest

Come fly with me.

A snowboarder takes flight during the Big Air exhibition Saturday on Bald Mountain. The event was part of Solfest, a week-long ski and snowboard festival that redefined spring break.



  • Carey library narrows digital divide
    Carey’s Little Wood District Library, which still uses a card catalog, took a major step towards closing the digital divide recently, after receiving a hefty technology grant from the Gates Foundation

  • Discrimination alleged in prosecutor's office
    A Blaine County deputy prosecuting attorney has filed a claim against the county alleging poor treatment in her job by county Prosecuting Attorney Doug Werth

  • Bear awakenings
    Late in the morning on Sunday, March 26, ski patroller Larry Lofswold rounded a bend on Old Olympic and came face to face with a medium-sized black bear; he estimated it to be a 250-pounder


arts & entertainment


  • Trust before technology
    The deal struck between the U.S. Department of Energy and activist groups, including the Snake River Alliance, was a wise compromise

  • Trip to the woodshed
    The Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission dealt out some justice on March 21 when it sent a developer packing and chastised the city planning staff for pushing what was called an "informal endorsement" of the largest commercial development proposed in recent memory




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:

Hydrologists estimate snowpack will carry Idaho through summmer

The highway: human versus environmental impact

Wood River Valley: a model community

A yurt conflagrigation

Jim Marshall, rock n' roll photographer: still marshalling an audience

Justice Silak sets sights on re-election

Ketchum traffic puzzle

Snug Building could move to Dollar Mountain

Moderates bring perspective to GOP-dominated legislature

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