06.15.16 Seal Coat Work on Galena

Seal coat work over Galena Summit begins Monday (June 20) KETCHUM – The final work of a project started in 2015 to resurface Idaho 75 over Galena Summit begins Monday (June 20). Drivers should be prepared for delays, and traffic will be reduced to one lane during the two weeks of work. The final work
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Posted in Current Situation | June 15, 2016 | 7:25 am

06.15.16 Democrat Gulch Road

From Blaine County Road & Bridge Effective Tuesday June 14, Democrat Gulch Road west of Hailey is re-opened to motor vehicle access. Surrounding lands are private property. All travelers, please stay on the road.

Posted in Current Situation | June 15, 2016 | 7:24 am

06.02.16 Heat Safety Tips

Some great tips from our friends at the National Weather Service. http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/heat/index.shtml

Posted in Current Situation | June 2, 2016 | 3:37 pm



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