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New museum explores Idaho history

 A scenic view in Ketchum, Idaho.
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The Wood River Museum of History and Culture is hosting their grand opening on July 26, making Ketchum an important stop when it comes to exploring the region's past – from tribal history to Hemingway to becoming a global ski destination.

Our Morning Edition host George Prentice sat down with Dr. Jenny Emery Davidson, executive director of the Community LibraryAssociation and Mary Tyson, director of the Center for Regional History to talk more about the opening, which will include a performance from a Grammy Award-winner.

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