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Good Old Days of Custer County

Cheers! (l-r) Patricia Yacomella, Kyra Burstedt, Erica Piva, Nichole McGowan and Amy Stark raise their dessert cups in praise of Bev Franks and crew for their delicious, nutritious lunches.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

October 10, 1991

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Golden times

Midday sun seems to set a Challis town tree on fire. It was one of the first to turn yellow or gold. Colors appeared to reach their peak in town this week, while colors at higher elevations are disappearing as trees shed leaves for the winter.

Midday sun seems to set a Challis town tree on fire. It was one of the first to turn yellow or gold.

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A day on the river

Grass, trees, shrubs and canoes catch the first rays of Sunday sunshine. A layer of frost began to melt off the canoes.

Colors probably reached their peak on the section of the Salmon River running just below Challis and Round Valley over the weekend.

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

Canoes and a kayak loaded and ready await castoff last Saturday afternoon, a bright and sunny Indian summer day. The journey of the kayak was short and wet, but the canoes traveled several miles before sunset.

Indian summer

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About Folks We Know

Aileen Chivers with her daughter, Anne Lane, traveled to Arlington, Virginia to visit Anne’s daughter Sara, husband Chris and their children.

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

October 3

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Sheriff’s report

Incident log

September 26

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Poker Paws – Taxidermist Dave Burk’s critter creation is one of many local art works that will be on display at the Challis Arts Council’s Seriously Funny Art Show in the Junior High Building. The show will open following the “Challis Fall Follies” Saturday, October 12 and will run through November 8.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

October 3, 1991

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

Dwarf buckwheat grows in dry, alkaline cinders in the Craters of the Moon National Monument. The leaves are light in color and resemble flower petals from a distance. Thousands may grow in a small area of cinders spaced out to give an impression of human order.

Craters revisited

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About Folks We Know

Many folks traveled to Boise to watch the Boise State football game and were rewarded by seeing a win! Dennis DuBois went with Doug and Jack Helm, Patty Duke and their cousins.

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