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Sheriff’s Report

Investigated accident

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Erica Piva & Tia Tyler Helping blacks to gain rights.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

January 23, 1992

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

Even a dandelion this long wintery January evokes thoughts of the warm time.

Cheap winter fun

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JR Baker named Champion Auctioneer

JR Baker, 2017 Champion Auctioneer, and fellow winners Luke Nolte (left, 2017 Rookie Auctioneer) and Tanner Beymer (center, 2017 Champion Ringman) pose with their award-winning belt buckles at the annual Idaho Association of Auctioneers convention in Boise recently.

JR Baker of the East Fork has been honored by the Idaho Association of Professional Auctioneers (IAPA), which named him IAPA Champion Auctioneer of the Year at their recent annual convention in Boi

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In search of food

Pronghorn antelope paw through a much lighter snowfall near Gooseberry Creek between Round Valley and Grandview Canyon along Highway 93 last Friday. With the help of the wind and lighter snow, they were able to browse on bare ground. Another herd of pronghorn, or perhaps the same one, was spotted going up the Salmon River Canyon on Sunday, walking along a ditch bank. With heavy snowfall in and around Round Valley, more big game animals have been moving into unusual places in search of food. Hundreds of elk have been seen in and around Round and Pahsimeroi valleys. And, of course, the Challis town deer herd is adapting. The heavy snowfall Round Valley has experienced so far this winter thins out toward the south, but not in other directions.

Pronghorn antelope paw through a much lighter snowfall near Gooseberry Creek between Round Valley and Grandview Canyon along Highway 93 last Friday.

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Snow cat

Shyloh, a Challis town cat, finds a path through the snow to proceed with her daily catly duties.

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Critters in winter

Motorists beware! Bighorn sheep like to lick salt off highways, so it’s more likely you’ll find them in the middle of the road during winter months. These three were hanging out on Highway 75 between the Challis Buffalo Jump and Bradshaw Corner recently. In this unusually deep snow year for Round Valley and vicinity, an avalanche blocked Bradshaw Corner (background) earlier this month.

Motorists beware! Bighorn sheep like to lick salt off highways, so it’s more likely you’ll find them in the middle of the road during winter months.

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Linda Zollinger Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

January 16, 1992

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News of Record

Magistrate Court

Judge James H. Barrett, Jr.

December 19, 2016

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

Up close… This gray-headed rosy finch was captured and its mugshot taken after it entered the photographer’s home last week. The finch had been chased inside by a hungry merlin, a pigeon hawk, and resisted capture for some hours while hiding inside. It was released in plenty of time of eat a supper of sunflower seeds. Tiny feathers make up its white eye-ring and act as eyelashes. White feathers cover the bird’s nares, nostrils, similar the eve of a thatched roof.

Queen of the birdfeeder

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