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Member’s show planned by arts council

The annual member’s show of the Challis Arts Council opens April 13 at the MadDog Gallery with a free reception.

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Grizzly hunt planned in Idaho

One male grizzly bear could be harvested in Idaho this fall under a proposal before the Idaho Fish and Game Commission.

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New director hired for Sawtooth Society

Greg Travelstead is the new director of the Sawtooth Society, based in Stanley.

Greg Travelstead has been hired as the executive director of the Sawtooth Society.

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River launch booking window opens earlier

The booking window for boaters who want to reserve launch dates for the Salmon, Middle Fork of the Salmon, Snake or Selway rivers now opens one hour earlier, according to the Forest Service.

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Tree thinning planned near Stanley

A project expected to lower the threat of catastrophic wildfire by reducing high tree densities, altering closed canopy structures, setting back mistletoe occurrence and removing ground or ladder f

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Grants offered for some crops

The application period for the specialty crop block grant program administered by the Idaho State Department of Agriculture closes on April 13.

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Free noxious weeds booklet available

Idaho noxious weed officials are warning Idahoans that the state’s generally mild winter coupled with warming temperatures means conditions are prime for an early and aggressive emergence of Idaho’

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Reward issued for report of illegal off-road vehicle

A financial reward was given to a person using public land near Challis, according to a press release from the Bureau of Land Management.

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Mountain Mamas prepping for fair

Members of the Sawtooth Mountain Mamas are readying for their annual arts and crafts fair in Stanley.

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Salmon film series continues April 3

The second installment of the Sacajawea Center’s 2018 film series continues Tuesday, April 3.

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