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About Folks We Know

I’m sorry, I was mistaken in reporting that Rita June Richardson appeared at Shyla’s Hideaway last Friday. She didn’t!

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

Nov. 27

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Custer County Coalition

Why good kids sometimes make bad choices

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Crowd packs auditorium for Challis Christmas concert

Grace Kowarko smiles as the audience loudly applauds her performance of “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” during the Challis Christmas concert. The event was held Dec. 1 and drew a standing-room only crowd to the school auditorium. Todd Adams photo

Grace Kowarko smiles as the audience loudly applauds her performance of “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” during the Challis Christmas concert. The event was held Dec.

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News of Record

Magistrate Court

Judge James H. Barrett Jr.

Nov. 13

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Sheriff’s Report

Reported accidents

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Custer County Coalition

Why don’t we volunteer?

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About Folks We Know

Thelma Gnomes, now living in Nevada, flew in to Idaho Falls and her granddaughter Melanie Butts Goodrum picked her up.

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Students in Idaho State University’s new Crop and Soil Technology course are being trained for agricultural jobs that will supplement the actual production of farming. The two-year program, offered in ISU’s Trade and Technical School, is training students as technologists for work with agricultural manufacturers and conservation agencies. Here the program’s full-time instructor, Leslie G. Jackson (right), points up the things to look for in a good crop of corn. The students are (left) Marion McDaniel, Ellis, and Richard Philips, Challis.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

December 3, 1992

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Horseshoe bend at Sunbeam Dam

The Salmon River forms a horseshoe bend as it flows past Sunbeam Dam between Stanley and Clayton. Gray skies and rain are alternating with clear sunny days this fall. The temperature has been yo-yoing up and down as November draws to a close in central Idaho. Todd Adams photo

The Salmon River forms a horseshoe bend as it flows past Sunbeam Dam between Stanley and Clayton. Gray skies and rain are alternating with clear sunny days this fall.

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