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Cleaning up

A city snowplow plows snow into furrows on Main street in Challis March 2, even as more fell. It was the first significant snowfall of the season. By the weekend, the city crew had all of the furrows plowed into piles, which were removed from the street earlier this week. Todd Adams photo

A city snowplow plows snow into furrows on Main street in Challis March 2, even as more fell. It was the first significant snowfall of the season.

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About Folks We Know

Our community has lost a few of the elders who have graced us with their dedication to and love for the Lord, family and community.

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A Painter’s Touch

Painter Jessica Clemenhagen, left, chats with Linda Johnson about her work as Tom Johnson and Reza Gray look at some of Clemenhagen’s paintings. The four were at the MadDog Gallery for the opening reception for A Painter’s Touch, the latest gallery show. It remains on display through April 3. Todd Adams photo

Painter Jessica Clemenhagen, left, chats with Linda Johnson about her work as Tom Johnson and Reza Gray look at some of Clemenhagen’s paintings.

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

Feb. 22

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Scenic slough

Water flows slowly through a scenic slough in a field, looking north from the Pennal Gulch access road north of Challis. This photo was taken earlier this winter on a mild sunny day. Todd Adams photo

Water flows slowly through a scenic slough in a field, looking north from the Pennal Gulch access road north of Challis. This photo was taken earlier this winter on a mild sunny day.

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Buck in shade, doe in sun

Some days this winter have been unseasonably warm and sunny, like this Sunday in January when the photographer captured a mule deer buck in silhouette in the shade and the doe beyond him in full sunlight. A herd of about a dozen deer were enjoying the snow-free ground at Challis Cemetery. Todd Adams photo

Some days this winter have been unseasonably warm and sunny, like this Sunday in January when the photographer captured a mule deer buck in silhouette in the shade and the doe beyond him in full su

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Sheriff’s Report

Incident log

Feb. 19

11:51 a.m. Deputy Levi Maydole responded to a report of vandalism at a Challis residence.

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About Folks We Know

The celebrities in our community just keep coming. Now, we have our own JoAnna Leaton, who was chosen to coach the upcoming girls District Senior All-Star team at the March 7 game in Idaho Falls.

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Turkeys released – Ten Marriam wild turkeys were released near Challis Feb. 26 by the Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game. Turkeys are not native to Idaho but have been successfully introduced to several areas of the state. Turkeys released here two years ago have been successful in hatching and rearing young. The new turkeys, brought in from South Dakota, are intended to diversify the genes of the local fledgling flock. They are accustomed to even colder winters than ours.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

March 4, 1993

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Whitebelt in winter

A fresh blanket of snow covers an area of open space north of Challis Cemetery that in spring and early summer seasons is a greenbelt. Blue Mountain is in the background. Todd Adams photo

A fresh blanket of snow covers an area of open space north of Challis Cemetery that in spring and early summer seasons is a greenbelt. Blue Mountain is in the background.

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