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Business name:
The Ketchum Flower Company
Address:
440 East Ave N
City:
Ketchum
State:
Idaho
Zip Code:
83340
Phone number:
(208) 622-7364
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Feb 9, 2017

Snowy day a challenge for 719 Boulder finishers

Boulder Ski Tour times in 32 years.      Saturday’s 10 a.m. start for the Elite Men at Senate Creek near Galena Lodge 23 miles north of Ketchum featured overcast skies, but it wasn’t snowing yet. “They seemed like pretty good conditions,” said Allison, there at the start.      Things changed quickly as the snow started, falling heavily at one inch per hour.      Even the fastest skiers were slowed considerably, their times at Cathedral Pines (still about 11k out) comparable to the normal Boulder Tour top finishing times of about one hour and 16 or 17 minutes at the SNRA headquarters.      “Despite our trail crew endlessly trying to make the course better, finishing times averaged about 25 minutes slower than last year,” Allison said. “As the skiers kept going, the heavier and heavier it got.”      At the finish line, there was four inches of powder as the top skiers slogged down the Harriman Trail. The grooming machine hadn’t made it there yet. So race announcer Travis Jones encouraged several hundred spectators and volunteers at the finish to go out and pat down the finish line approach.      Former Dartmouth College All-American cross-country skier Silas Talbot, 24, of Bozeman, Mt. was first across the line in 1.33:42, one second ahead of Brian Gregg, 32, of Minneapolis, Minn. (1.33:43) in a two-man sprint to the line.      Talbot is a 2015 Dartmouth engineering graduate originally from Anchorage, Ak. and Gregg, from Winthrop, Wash. was a University of Alaska All-American before becoming a 2014 U.S. Olympian. Talbot’s top time was 16:29 slower than Nick Hendrickson’s 2016 win.      Allison said, “The racers were so whipped. The top guys were just tapped, so different from last year. Same with the Elite Women, who started their race in the snow.      “But you know what meant the most to me? The last woman coming to the finish (Gloria Ploss, 71, of Bend, Ore. in 4.51:52). We were just rolling up the finish when sh... (Idaho Mountain Express and Guide)

Jan 19, 2017

Notices for Retz Funeral Home published Jan. 19

KETCHEM, Kacie M., age 24, passed away December 14, 2016. Services celebrating the life of Kacie Mae Ketchum will be 1:00 p.m., Sunday, January 22, 2017 at Liberty Baptist Church , 210 Sierra Road West, Helena, MT. Because of Kacie's love of animals, we ask that in lieu of flowers that you please make donations to the Lewis & Clark Humane Society, P.O. Box 4455, Helena, MT 59604. Please visit www.retzfuneralhome.com to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Kacie. MALENSEK, Camille, age 91 of East Helena, passed away January 13, 2017. A Funeral Liturgy will be at 11:00 a.m., Monday, January 23rd at Retz Funeral Home, 315 E. 6th Ave., with a reception to immediately follow the service at the Funeral Home. Burial will follow the reception at the Montana State Veteran’s Cemetery, Fort Harrison. Memorials in Camille’s name may be sent to St. Peter’s Cancer Treatment Center c/o St. Peter’s Hospital, 2475 Broadway, Helena, MT 59601, Shriner’s Hospital for Children, c/o Algeria Shrine Temple, PO Box 4879, Helena, MT 59604 or Hospice of St. Peter’s Hospital c/o St. Peter’s Hospital, 2475 Broadway, Helena, MT 59601. Please visit www.retzfuneralhome.com to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Camille. (Helena Independent Record)

Dec 2, 2016

General Lew Wallace Study celebrates '200 Years of Hoosier Holidays'

There are also decorations by Harvest Inn Primitives and Milligan’s Flowers & Gifts. Lane Place will also feature live holiday music by Gary Ketchum from 3–4 p.m. and by Kristina Sharp from 4–5 p.m. The popular holiday wreath sale will return again this year. Local artists and designers have created unique holiday wreaths that will be available for purchase, beginning at 4 p.m. A special wreath designed by Doug Calisch and Laura Conners will be sold via silent auction. These wreaths make great gifts for loved ones, business associates or clients. All proceeds from wreath sales go directly to the Lew Wallace Study. The selection of wreaths is sure to please any taste. Many of the stunning wreaths incorporate decorations handmade by the artists, including clay ornaments, knitted flags and more. Special thanks go to the wreath designers for their generous donations of time and talents: Bettye Hudson, Mary Lou Dawald, Erin Gobel, Dotti Sheehan, Through the Gate, Frances McClellan, Judith Lyn Smith and Fran Paarlberg. To see a preview of this year’s wreaths, visit the Study’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/wallacestudy. Holiday Tea reservations are required. Contact the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum at 765-362-5769 or email at lpaarlberg@ben-hur.com. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.ben-hur.com/programs/holiday-tea. Proceeds from ticket sales directly benefit the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum and Lane Place. (Journal Review)

Feb 3, 2016

No one's too old for young love

World War II and a career as a pilot. He quickly immersed himself in local civic life, becoming both mayor of Ketchum and its fire chief in the early 1970s. His resignation from his posts at City Hall in December 1974 to be just a fireman made the news nationally. The Associated Press wrote a brief piece, printed in papers as disparate as the Chicago-Tribune, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and the Milwaukee Journal, that noted, “Mayor Bill Brand has decided he would rather fight smoke than push paper work.” The reason for his decision? “Salary for mayor and fire chief is $160 a month. Beginning wages for firemen in Ketchum is $525 a month.”     Landis and Brand did not cross paths until a mutual acquaintance recommended Bill as a great provider of tech support. Love, however, was not a pressing concern then for either. Landis was emphatic: “I wasn’t interested in a romantic alliance of any kind because I was traveling all the time.”     The acquaintance, a housemate of Landis’, Patty Duggan, introduced Brand as the “computer guru” at The Connection, a resource hub and gathering place for older adults in Hailey. Landis, at the time a widow of 20 years—much of which was spent exploring the world—had just returned home from Australia to a malfunctioning computer. She invited Brand over to troubleshoot.     “He came to my house. He looked at it. And he walked off with the tower,” she said with a chuckle.     Brand, who is 90, soon called with good news: He had fixed her computer.     “I went [to Bill’s house] once or twice and, yeah, the rest is history,” she said, smiling.     The attraction was instant. And mutual. “Well, this is a surprise!” she remembers thinking.     Brand and Landis would wed only a few weeks later.     A photograph from their wedding day, two days after Thanksgiving, shows the couple in City Hall with former Hailey Mayor Rick Davis as officiant, embracing during the ceremonial kiss, hands together, standing between a small group of onlookers and a very recently erected Christmas tree. They are dressed in striking jackets with a satin sheen, hers magenta red and his midnight blue, that Landis found in Thailand, from where she had returned only the week before. Brand, with a bouquet of flowers in hand, had met her at the airport then with a proposition. “I think we should get married because I would lik... (Idaho Mountain Express and Guide)

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