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About Folks We Know

On Saturday at the Tom Gossi Community Center in Clayton, they celebrated the 80th birthday of a remarkable man, Myron Combs.

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Custer County Coalition

Some things change, some stay the same!

People continue to ask, What is the Custer County Coalition?

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

April shower. A cold shower moved across the valley and ascended the Pahsimeroi Hills one recent evening. Small amounts of rain have been falling daily for a week or more. Weeds are waxing strong. Jim Connor photos

The methane makers

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News of Record

Magistrate Court

Judge James H. Barrett, Jr.

March 6

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

April 16

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Too Loose the Goose tells Elaine Gardner’s preschool a story? The Tunnel Rock Canada goose paid an unexpected visit to town Tuesday, April 14, and kept company with the youngsters until Too Loose’s human benefactor, Joe Andersen, came to give her ride home. (l-r) Trevor Dowton, Danny Franks, Lindsey Amar and Whitney Peck.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

April 23, 1992

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About Folks We Know

Doug Hammond has been awarded the honor of being the new Shrine Ambassador for southeast Idaho. Congratulations, Doug. We just know you will do a fine job in such an important position.

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

Shrubs with sharp thorns dare to be the first to put out tender new leaves. Needle-sharp thorns may deter winter-starved browsers from stripping all the new leaves. Shown here is a gooseberry branch. Following closely with green is the Wood’s rose, Idaho’s only native rose. Jim Connor Photos

Night crossings

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Idaho’s water supply looking very good

The Natural Resources Conservation Service just released the fourth water supply outlook report for the 2016 water year.

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Jared Stebly in Mrs. Simmons’ first grade class signs “I love you.” This was his first lesson in sign language.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

April 16, 1992

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