Updated: Mar 10
by Karen Bossick, Eye on Sun Valley
Natalie, a single mother of two teenagers, holds four jobs to get by in the Wood River Valley but still found herself snowed under with financial bills in the wake of the COVID pandemic.
Sandra, owner of the longest Hispanic-held business in the Wood River Valley had to fight to keep her Lago Azul restaurant open when COVID infected herself and her extended family.
And Blaine County Commissioner Angenie McCleary has been in the unique position of seeing all the ways in which the Blaine County Charitable Fund has assisted valley families and businesses since the COVID pandemic began.