Thu
14
Jun
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About Folks We Know

Bailey Cutler, left, and Wyatt Naillon, right, received the Rebekahs’ 2018 scholarships. They are shown with Linda Curtis, scholarship committee chairwoman. Shannon Munson photo

John and Charlotte Miller of Challis have been very busy folks getting organized for a huge class reunion and having a few family members come to visit.

Thu
07
Jun
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Spark rekindles fire in old Mormon church

Sparks from a power saw being used to cut metal reignited debris last Friday in the old Challis Mormon church now owned by Wayne Davis. The church burned last November and Davis is salvaging parts of it. Charred wood has an ignition temperature 100 degrees Fahrenheit below that of unburned wood, said North Custer Fire Chief Launna Gunderson. Davis was hosing the flames down with a garden hose when six volunteer firefighters showed up to make sure the rekindled blaze was out. Todd Adams photo

Sparks from a power saw being used to cut metal reignited debris last Friday in the old Challis Mormon church now owned by Wayne Davis.

Thu
07
Jun
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Kids learn about water safety

Emarie Thayn gets one hand up into Custer County Sheriff’s Marine Deputy John Haugh’s patrol boat, while Kennady Hill gets a hand up from Haugh and teacher Dina Fisher. Waiting his turn for the boat tour is Cyzer Zollinger. Haugh presented water safety information to preschool, kindergarten and first-grade students at Challis Elementary School just before school let out in May. Sandi Hammond photo

Emarie Thayn gets one hand up into Custer County Sheriff’s Marine Deputy John Haugh’s patrol boat, while Kennady Hill gets a hand up from Haugh and teacher Dina Fisher.

Thu
07
Jun
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Sign of the times

A new sign on U.S. Highway 93 south of Challis points visitors to the newly remodeled North Custer Museum just a block off U.S. Highway 93 up Main. Todd Adams photo

A new sign on U.S. Highway 93 south of Challis points visitors to the newly remodeled North Custer Museum just a block off U.S. Highway 93 up Main.

Thu
07
Jun
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Sheriff’s Report

Report

Thu
07
Jun
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News of Record

Magistrate Court

Judge James H. Barrett Jr.

Misdemeanors

May 4

Thu
07
Jun
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Good Old Days of Custer County

Just another rock on the road? Dale Bruno (top of rock) and Jim Sugden of the county road crew take a few measurements and scheme how to remove the latest East Fork Road obstacle.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

June 10, 1993

Thu
07
Jun
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About Folks We Know

Travis Quast. Name sound familiar? I think not, but he is the new publisher for our own Challis Messenger. He came for a visit and was in awe of our town and loved it.

Thu
07
Jun
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Lions roar around town

Challis Lions Club members Tommy Gionet and Tom Johnson weed the flower beds at William Cobbley Senior Citizens Center after lunch on a recent Friday. The Lions Club recently won a statewide award for signing up new members and for the number of civic improvement projects it does around Challis. Todd Adams photo

Challis Lions Club members Tommy Gionet and Tom Johnson weed the flower beds at William Cobbley Senior Citizens Center after lunch on a recent Friday.

Thu
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May
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Good Old Days of Custer County

Ethie Corrigan From his position as president, it was his duty, but I can understand the Vietnam vets’ objections.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

June 3, 1993

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