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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
Sept. 27-Oct. 3, 2000

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

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Gary Carr...The Carr Man!

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Stoecklein Gallery



Sherry Daech Real Estate

Winter Preview

Early snowfall, a few inches, sparks hopes of early skiing

Aspen trees are turning golden as winter-like winds put a bite in the air. Last weekend, the Boulders displayed a white mantle of snow, providing a striking contrast to the nearby Wood River Valley countryside. Measurable snow fell in the valley’s upper reaches. Express photo by Willy Cook


  • The value of Blaine County youth
    Jessie Woodyard, 15, and Marissa Evans, 13, were recognized for their work with the Blaine County Youth Project when they were presented with a proclamation of Youth Appreciation Month.


  • Range without relief?
    Porta-potties, sometimes viewed as an eyesore, are common at various locales around the valley.

  • Cupa-Joe rates going north at Perry's
    For 15 years, Perry's restaurant in Ketchum has served nearly every local and too numerous to count valley visitors pastries, coffees and teas, sandwiches, salads, and arguably the best cookies in town—at reasonable prices.

Arts and Entertainment


  • Democratic charade for McHanville?
    The one distinguishing characteristic of authoritarian regimes—read that, tyrannies—is that they dispense with niceties of democratic checks and balances and instead concentrate power in the hands of the few.

  • Not so fast
    If sagging attendance at public hearings on Ketchum's comprehensive plan is any indicator, residents are completely burned out on the issue.




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:

  • NEPA process to begin on Highway 75

  • Money will help local anti-drug efforts

  • Ohio Gulch gravel pit meeting scheduled

  • Adreasen vies for Ridinger's District 21 seat

  • Rezone request sparks expanded Light Industrial plans

  • News in Brief


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