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April 1, 2021

Local I.T. department opens in Hailey There are few things in life more frustrating than having computer issues. In fact, in our new Zoomtown age, the old saying of “swearing like a trucker” should probably be replaced with “swearing like someone with I.T. issues.” “We depend on technology so much…

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Finding a Home at The Grange

March 10, 2021

Most of us don’t actually know what The Grange is. Sure, we know The Grange’s little sage-green building tucked next to the fire stations on 3rd Street in Hailey. But we don’t really know what it’s all about. Manon Gaudreau was once one of us clueless folks. That changed in…

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Jane D Sells 5B

March 4, 2021

‘Miss Jane’ moves on to real estate You never know where life is going to lead you, but if you’re lucky, it will be to a place like Hailey. Jane Dynduik can certainly testify to this. “Miss Jane” (as she’s known to countless local kids who went to Hailey Elementary…

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Putting People First

January 21, 2021

Hailey welcomes new Fairfield by Marriott Marriott is considered to be the world’s largest hotel company, which is pretty impressive considering its humble beginnings. The Marriott’s expansive portfolio now includes over 30 brands with more than 7,000 properties in 131 countries. The goal for all their properties is “to give…

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From Dirt to Bottle

December 3, 2020

Holeinsky Winery brings art to wine Idaho is known for producing a lot of impressive things—potatoes, trout, and world-class skiers, to name a few. But producing great wine hasn’t traditionally made the list. The creative and impassioned crew at Holeinsky Vineyard and Winery, however, is changing that. “I love having…

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Catching a Dream

October 8, 2020

Kacie Flolo gets invited to join Team USA     In many ways, playing sports has never been more important for kids than it is right now. COVID has turned the world upside down and things have been especially hard on our local youth.             But a softball is still a…

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Being There When Help is Needed

September 23, 2020

Crisis Hotline calls increase 400%   Tammy Davis isn’t a very tall person. But what she lacks in size, she makes up for in impact. Heroes do come in all shapes and sizes.  Tammy has been helping our community for decades. She’s currently serving her second stint on Bellevue City…

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The Voices of the Community

September 10, 2020

Wood River Radio   They create the soundtrack for life here in the Wood River Valley, and their voices are as familiar as an old friend’s.             The local radio stations of Wood River Media, KECH 95.3, KSKI 94.5 and STAR 107.5, have been part of daily life in the…

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#WeAre1WoodRiver

August 26, 2020

Nonprofits bring our community together Wow, what a ride! No one could have predicted what was coming in 2020, and as you know, our valley was struck hard in the early stages. Because of our dedication to work together, we have come forward stronger than ever. The definition of resilience…

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A Return to Reading

August 19, 2020

Iconoclast Books keeps the pages turning   If there has been one benefit from the chaos of coronavirus, it’s that it has gotten people to remember how enjoyable and rewarding it is to read a good book.             “People are reading again. People were so busy and hadn’t had time…

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