Wed
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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.

Wed
22
Nov
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BuRec workers help with Yankee Fork dredge project

Bill Richard, an electronics technician with the Bureau of Reclamation’s Pacific Northwest Region, looks over the stack of anodes during the installation process at the Yankee Fork Gold Dredge in late September. Each anode, weighing 44 pounds, had to be lowered into each pontoon of the dredge by ropes. Bureau of Reclamation photo

Located 22 miles northeast of Stanley next to the Custer ghost town in Bonanza City, lies one of the best preserved and presented dredges in the lower 48 states.

Thu
16
Nov
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Sharon Bradley named to Idaho 4-H Hall of Fame

Longtime Custer County 4-H leader Sharon Bradley has been inducted into the Idaho 4-H Hall of Fame.

Bradley has volunteered with 4-H in the county for 28 years.

Thu
16
Nov
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Beyond burger, options for deer and elk meat

We love deer and elk steaks, but you can only get so many off an animal.

Thu
16
Nov
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Community Thanksgiving dinner planned

A free community Thanksgiving dinner is planned at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23, at the William Cobbley Senior Center.

Thu
16
Nov
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Steelhead planted in Boise River

It’s been a lean year for steelhead, but stocking the Boise River with hatchery steelhead has become a fall tradition, and on Nov.

Thu
16
Nov
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FFA students make road trip to national meeting

Students from Mackay, Challis, West Jefferson and Wilder pose for a picture in front of the “Roche Coach” before they leave for the FFA national convention. The students traversed 11 states on their way to Indianapolis.

In late October members of the Mackay FFA chapter went on the trip of a lifetime.

Thu
09
Nov
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Forest Service leader honored with NOLS award

Patti Schwind, recreation services permit administrator for the Salmon-Challis National Forest, is the recipient of the National Outdoor Leadership School stewardship award.

Thu
09
Nov
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Salmon Trout Unlimited seeks votes for contest

The River of No Return chapter of Trout Unlimited, based in Salmon, is seeking votes to help it win part of a $50,000 prize to help fund a restoration project near Leadore.

Thu
09
Nov
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Angel Tree applications at Wells Fargo

Helping Hands volunteers are beginning to gather names of people who need a bit of help this Christmas.

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