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Fish and Game helps protect harvest

Most hunters agree that Idaho’s burgeoning big game populations are a good thing, but when they show up in unwanted places, they become too much of a good thing.

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Are you a geo-genius?

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“The endangered snow leopard is being protected in the Annapurna conservation area, which includes the Annapurna Massif in which Asian country?”

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Garret Wilson named 2016 Young Achiever in Agriculture

Agriculture faces many challenges in today’s world, and the future of the industry lies in the hands of the next generation of agriculturalists.

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Seasonal lights, sights

Makayla Bruno and Lane Hunting had two of the four hot seats on stage at the 27th Annual Town Tree Lighting and Christmas Concert organized by Jack and Eileen Hardy and held the evening of December 9. Above, Makayla and Lane are backlit by beautiful Christmas lights as they watch talented area musicians and singers perform. Earlier, they joined fellow Challis students Brodee Hunting and Robert Hardy in singing “Away in a Manger.”

Makayla Bruno and Lane Hunting had two of the four hot seats on stage at the 27th Annual Town Tree Lighting and Christmas Concert organized by Jack and Eileen Hardy and held the evening of December

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Mountain Transitions by Jim Connor

Gentle-seeming and graceful but rarely loved. Asian collared doves are a rapidly increasing invasive species in North America. They flock to feeders and have, to some at least, most unpleasant calls. Like native mourning doves, they are edible and can be taken in any season and have no harvest limits.

Lux esto

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News of record

Magistrate Court

Judge James H. Barrett, Jr.

November 28

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Good old days of Custer County

Becky Jo Armbruster (25 YEARS AGO)

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

December 19, 1991

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Senior project day a success

First-place presenter Will Millick.

The seniors at Challis High School are a bit more relaxed as they near the completion of their senior projects. Last Thursday was a big day as they delivered their presentations.

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Making joyful noise

Challis Elementary Students entertained a huge crowd of parents, grandparents, siblings and family friends for their annual Christmas concert Monday night, all dressed up in their finest outfits. Above, Emily Bryant, Braden Harwood, Wylee Meyer, Elizabeth Stephens, Kennady Hill, Josie Bennetts and Emma Westergard sing “Nuttin’ for Christmas” with fellow kindergarteners. Todd Adams photos

Challis Elementary Students entertained a huge crowd of parents, grandparents, siblings and family friends for their annual Christmas concert Monday night, all dressed up in their finest outfits.

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Christmas program

If there’s a public event in Challis and music is involved, you’ll often find Evelyn Strand accompanying singers and other muscians as she did last Friday evening for the 27th Annual Town Tree Lighting and Christmas Concert. Here, she plays for the Seventh Street Singers (Fran Stark, Laurie Anderson and Jeanie Mullins, not pictured). In the background are other talented local singers and musicians who entertained a slightly smaller-than-average crowd, perhaps due to cold, snowy but seasonal weather. Organizers Jack and Eileen Hardy arranged things onstage to look like a family living room. See more photos in next week’s issue of The Messenger.

If there’s a public event in Challis and music is involved, you’ll often find Evelyn Strand accompanying singers and other muscians as she did last Friday evening for the 27th Annual Town Tree Ligh

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