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Backcountry avalanche advisories begin

The Sawtooth Avalanche Center is set to begin publishing daily backcountry avalanche advisories Nov. 30, the first year the process has started before December.

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30
Nov
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Heavier trucks could run near Salmon

Trucks that weigh up to 129,000 pounds could drive on Idaho Highway 28 near Salmon and other highways in eastern Idaho if a proposal is approved by the Idaho Transportation Department.

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Book sale underway at library

A book sale is underway at the Challis Public Library through Jan. 1.

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30
Nov
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Historical mining data now available

A collection of more than 10,000 unpublished and unique mine-related documents are now available electronically from the Idaho Geological Survey’s mines interactive web map application.

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Nov
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Gas prices stay high into winter

Fall gas price savings that are usually caused by reduced demand and the switch to winter blend fuel have been slow to arrive in Idaho and across the U.S. this year, according to AAA Idaho.

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Nov
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New desk

Trustees of the Challis Joint School District No. 181 board were surprised to see a new four-piece, horseshoe-shaped desk at their Nov. 15 meeting. It came complete with the lectern shown above and two end tables. School district Maintenance Supervisor Bob Andrews regularly checks Idaho public surplus listings and found the set for $55.46 in Canyon County. Pictured above are Business Manager Shawna Getty, Clerk Kim Andrews, Superintendent Peter McPherson, Trustees Trish Farr, Janiel Parkinson, Brett Plummer, Jim Chamberlain and Terri Stillwaugh, and Challis Elementary Principal Lani Rembelski and Challis Junior-Senior High School Principal Russ Bradshaw.

Trustees of the Challis Joint School District No. 181 board were surprised to see a new four-piece, horseshoe-shaped desk at their Nov. 15 meeting.

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Stanley Taekwondo promotes 1

Stanley Taekwondo Club held a belt promotional on Nov. 15. Grady Klingler was promoted from yellow belt to advanced yellow belt. Above, Grady is tested by Ben Forsgren as instructor Pat Russell observes. He was tested on the performance of his blocks, kicks and stances. Testing also requires that the student show knowledge of a new form each time he or she is promoted. Grady did well in demonstrating his forms and several other types of self-defense moves that are part of tae kwon do. Stanley Taekwondo classes meet on Mondays and Wednesdays at Stanley School. Instructor Pat Russell can be reached at 208-774-2264.

Stanley Taekwondo Club held a belt promotional on Nov. 15. Grady Klingler was promoted from yellow belt to advanced yellow belt.

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Comments sought on sage grouse plans

Two years after management plans affecting sage grouse in much of Idaho and Montana were implemented, the Forest Service is seeking comments on plan amendments.

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Nov
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Toy and food drive set in Stanley

A toy and food drive to benefit Helping Hands of Custer County is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 9, in Stanley.

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Nov
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Early buyers can save on game licenses

Idaho residents who didn’t buy a 2017 hunting or fishing license may want to do so before Dec. 1 if they plan to fish or hunt next year, according to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

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