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Sheriff’s Report

Walk-in

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About Folks We Know

Lots of great and wonderful news this last year to be thankful for.

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Custer County Coalition

Did you know that one in three Idaho students have had a drink of alcohol in the last 30 days, and of that number 15 percent had their first full drink of alcohol by age 13?

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

Chipmunk Hill, Challis’ local ski area, was covered with powder and bright sunshine a week ago. Much of the hill was packed thanks to Custer Telephone Cooperative and Ray Varney. The hill opened for a small crowd last Saturday. More were expected Monday. Jim Connor photos

Winter commences

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Sheriff’s report

Incident log

December 19

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Good old days of Custer County

Barbara Breedlove (r) was named Beta Phi’s Woman of the Year in 1990 for her many contributions to the community. Above, Marci Burstedt makes the award presentation.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

December 26, 1991

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HUB gives generously again this year

The most expensive item donated to the HUB in Barbara Hammond’s memory was a buggy from France. The best antiques she remembers coming through the doors were sconces from Mexico.

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Couple rescued from car in river

Sheldon and Angel Worth with her daughter, Madasyn May Richan, and the family cat, Shadow, on Christmas Eve. Angel called their rescue a Christmas miracle. They send out thank-yous to EMS volunteer rescuers and passersby who helped them get through their ordeal. Todd Adams photo

What would you do if you found yourself trapped in a car, unable to see out, and freezing cold water pouring in as you drifted backwards down the river?

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Volunteers’ rapid response key to Salmon River wreck

“We got there, did what we needed to do and got home safe.”

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About Folks We Know

I know I have said this a bunch of times, but I don’t think we can ever do or say enough to recognize and thank the first responders in our community.

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