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You know it’s cold when…

This flamingo under its palm tree has taken measures to remain warm through this particular season.

This flamingo under its palm tree has taken measures to remain warm through this particular season.

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About Folks We Know

Justus, Alicia, Ethan and Julia Whitworth traveled home to visit for a night then went on to Salmon to attend Ethan’s hockey tournament there. Nana (Karen Whitworth) was able to attend with them.

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

January 9

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

After the storm… Monday morning dawned with new snow and much warmer temperatures. The rising sun cast a golden glow on clouds and fog, and the light was captured in icicles hanging from a roof. Rosy finches, early diners, were actively feeding by sunrise.

January morn

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Good Old Days of Custer County

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

January 9, 1992

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

January 2

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About Folks We Know by Shannon Munson McGhee

Snow, snow and more snow. Today they even had a snow day at school, which we all know is rare for Custer County. We are such a tough breed; it has to be pretty bad to have one.

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05
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Fire destroys Howard home

Bell, Josh Howard’s missing puppy. Josh Howard photo

Although they lost nearly all of their material possessions in a fire that destroyed their home south of Challis last week, Gaylene Howard and son Josh don’t seem upset.

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

The chair next to the wonderful barrel stove at Chipmunk Hill is popular with chilled skiers and snowboarders. The photo was taken before skiers arrived New Year’s Day morning. Jim Connor photos

Graceful flights of rosy finches

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Hang on and crack the whip! – Challis youngsters gathered at the ice skating pond behind the elementary school Friday, December 27, to skate and enjoy sunny, almost warm weather. Hot chocolate provided by the Community Church further warmed their rosy cheeks.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

January 2, 1992

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