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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
May 10 - 16, 2000

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

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Hailey Elementary School principal Ellen Morrical and friends

Much-admired Hailey Elementary School principal Ellen Morrical retiring





  • Cure for obese highways
    Effective people-moving highways can be designed so as not to destroy the livability of areas around them, according to highway engineer and traffic consultant Walter Kulash

  • Land giveaway is ludicrous
    Even as Ketchum decries the shortage of space for housing, active park space, parking and snow storage, the city council is about to sell and give away city-owned property that could be used to fill the gap


  • Leveling the playing field for hunters and quarry
    Idaho Fish and Game's proposal to restore sportsmanship to hunting by banning sure-shot, high-tech weapon accessories has a haunting parallel to the late novelist Glendon Swarthout's war in Arizona 30 years ago with "hunters" Commentary by Pat Murphy

  • Don't stereotype Custer County on the volatile wolf issue
    There's a popular misconception that everyone in Custer County has the  shoot, shovel and shut up attitude about wolves. It's like all 4,000 residents ahve a "Save an elk, kill a wolf" poster hanging right next to the electric co-op calendar. Commentary by Anna Means

  • SHOULD-A, WOULD-A, COULD-A: A tale of 20-20 hindsight
    Because of recent fluctuations in the stock market, it seems I hear more than ever sentences beginning with "If only I had bought that lot on Leadville" or "I wish I'd followed that tip" or other such regretful phrases. 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 and other stories  in this weeks' issue:

  • Idaho is not just Nazis

  • A home for Rosco

  • Officials contemplate draining toxic lake

  • Traffic engineer tackles valley's congestion problems

  • North Hailey Plaza plan finds its 'unorthodox' way to city council

  • Housing director resigns


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