Tag Archives: Ketchum

Telluride’s low-snow-winter experiment

It finally started snowing, putting on hold the experiment of whether a ski resort can be prosperous without any of the natural staff falling from the heavens. Continue reading

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A sort-of normal spring runoff in an abnormal year

Colorado’s Yampa River peaked in mid-May and the same looked to have happened in Idaho’s Wood River. But generally, peak runoff is happening now, in early June. Continue reading

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Hemingway antlers returned to Ketchum at last

Hunter Thompson traveled to Idaho in 1964 to investigate what had drawn Ernest Hemingway to Ketchum. Leaving, he took with him a bit of Hemingway memorabilia, the writer’s elk antlers. Continue reading

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A no-no to plastic water bottles

Recycling rates have dropped, and plastic water bottles overflow the trash bins. Ketchum, Idaho, has joined other towns in saying no to sale and distribution of the bottled water. Continue reading

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