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employment.gif (1144 bytes)FOR THE WEEK OF:
October 11-17, 2000

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

Local Airport Weather
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Formula Sports


Idaho Conservation League

Save our Salmon

Gallery Oscar



Gary Carr...The Carr Man!

Local Links
Sun Valley Guide
Hemingway in Sun Valley
Real Estate


Art Links
Gallery Oscar
Stoecklein Gallery



Sherry Daech Real Estate

Scarecrow tricks and treats

Hailey's Scarecrow Festival kicks off a spirited ghosts and goblins season

Carissa Connelly of Ketchum, center, and Danielle Smith of Bellevue, right, both 12 years old, admire one of several scarecrows on display Saturday at the Hailey Public Library. The Halloween season creature was put together by the Cord family of Hailey. “I think they’re cool,” Carissa said of the colorful scarecrows, part of the community’s Scarecrow Festival. Express photo by Willy Cook



  • Bagel debacle
    Buckin' Bagels, the Wood River Valley's only supplier of genuine bagels, is dark and empty inside.

  • Scarecrows in Hailey
    While there isn't much corn to protect inside the Hailey Public Library, the interior is in full harves mode and  sporting approximately 20 homemade scarecrows.

Arts and Entertainment


  • Hailey should protect charm and livability
    For advice, the city of Hailey could do a lot worse than heed a 200-year-old admonition from Thomas Jefferson.

  • Good ol' USA
    The juxtaposition of news on television has provided unforgettable civics lessons for Americans who are inclined to regard their government with ho-hum indifference.




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:

  • Students: get ready for important tests of basic skills

  • News in Brief

  • Man arrested for double fatality 1994 car accident

  • Planners tour 'only place' for industrial expansion

  • Meetings set for Highway 75 process

  • Jobless rate edges slowly upward as employment lags increasing labor force

  • Marvel shunned by BLM


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