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01
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Sunshine on ice

Late afternoon sunshine lights up the ice on a slough along the Salmon River northeast of Challis on a recent afternoon. Snow is in the forecast for Friday, but temperatures through Tuesday are predicted to be in the 40s. Todd Adams photo

Late afternoon sunshine lights up the ice on a slough along the Salmon River northeast of Challis on a recent afternoon.

Thu
25
Jan
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Custer County Coalition

The internet is a great tool. It can also be used in negative ways.

Thu
25
Jan
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About Folks We Know

Willie Elam hangs tight to the handlebars of his snowmobile while making a jump. Elam’s in-laws, Jack and Allicyn Latimer, live in Challis. He’s been in the area training for the Winter X Games competition which airs on TV this week.

I keep telling you we have many celebrity connections to our community!

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25
Jan
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Good Old Days of Custer County

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

January 28, 1993

Thu
25
Jan
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Sheriff’s Report

Investigated accidents

Thu
25
Jan
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Skating on the slough

Two people ice skate on a slough along the Salmon River on a recent sunny Sunday afternoon. Snow is forecast for Challis Thursday and Friday, with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark for several days. The temperature is expected to rise to about 40 degrees on Monday and Tuesday.

Two people ice skate on a slough along the Salmon River on a recent sunny Sunday afternoon.

Thu
18
Jan
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Great balls o’ fire!

The owl ears from little Sawyer Herr’s owl hat are silhouetted against a fireball from the annual Christmas tree burn at Land of the Yankee Fork State Park last Friday night. She is the 11-month-old daughter of Chris and Lyndee Herr. People showed up for a bit of light and heat to chase away the winter blues. North Custer volunteer firefighters ignited and kept a close eye on the fire. Marshmallows, s’mores and hot chocolate provided by Idaho Parks and Recreation staffers were gratefully accepted. Last year the event was canceled because it was cold and deep snow buried the few discarded Christmas trees brought to the park, Manager Joni Hawley said.

The owl ears from little Sawyer Herr’s owl hat are silhouetted against a fireball from the annual Christmas tree burn at Land of the Yankee Fork State Park last Friday night.

Thu
18
Jan
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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

Jan. 2

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18
Jan
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News of Record

Magistrate Court

Judge James H. Barrett Jr.

Misdemeanors

Dec. 18

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Jan
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About Folks We Know

I was able to visit with Jean Johnson, who had a most enjoyable holiday with her family.

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