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Custer County Coalition

Safety first, safety always

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Principals in the University of Idaho Alumni Association’s efforts to raise funds for the proposed Performing Arts Center at the university are shown at a recent dinner rally at Salmon. Left to right are James Herndon, Salmon area chairman; Jim Lyle, U of I alumni director; Mrs. Jack Furey, Challis area chairman; and Dr. Ernest Hartung, president of the University of Idaho.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

November 19, 1992

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Sheriff’s Report

Investigated accident

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About Folks We Know

John Piva and his granddaughter, Abria Thayn, smile for the camera.

John and Kathy Piva always have a good time with their grandbabies.

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Derrell H. Sharp survives Bataan Death March, 3 years as POW

Photos courtesy Sharp family

Against all odds, their father survived the loss of an arm in 1942 during the Japanese invasion of the Philippines, the brutality of the Bataan Death March and three years as a prisoner of war of t

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

Oct. 30

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News of Record

Magistrate Court

Judge James H. Barrett Jr.

Oct. 23

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About Folks We Know

Ryan Millick traveled to Washington for “dad’s weekend” with son Will. What follows is an adapted version of a letter he wrote about his adventure.

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Custer County Coalition

Coalition update

Hard to believe the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are just around the corner.

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Local authors Ethie Corrigan (seated left) and Roberta Green shared a booth at the Northwest Writers Conference in the Country Club Mall in Idaho Falls last Saturday. In the morning workshop session of the conference, Corrigan, editor and publisher of “Boots” cowboy poetry magazine, presented a seminar on self-publishing a magazine. Some 30 to 40 authors from throughout the area attended the conference, which was sponsored by the Bookworm.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

November 12, 1992

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