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View wild horses in BLM corrals

The Bureau of Land Management Challis Field Office continues to gather wild horses from within the Challis Herd Management Area (CHMA) using bait traps.

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Women’s retreat is this month

Mackay Community Church is hosting the Lost River Valley Ladies Retreat April 21–22.

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SNRA campgrounds open for anglers

The Sawtooth National Recreation Area is opening campgrounds along the Salmon River in response to demand created by steelhead-fishing season.

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Give input on trails

The Intermountain Region is inviting the public to help identify trails that will be part of a U.S. Forest Service effort with partners and volunteers to increase the pace of trail maintenance.

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Regional Development Alliance has helped regional economy for twenty years

May 1 marks the 20th anniversary of the launch of the Regional Development Alliance.

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Mackay basketball tournament date set

The Mackay Outlaw Basketball Tournament will be held May 5–6, 2017, at Mackay Jr.–Sr. High School, in Mackay Idaho. The tournament will pit 12 teams against each other.

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Prescribed burns to begin

The South Zone of the Salmon-Challis National Forest may implement prescribed burning projects this spring on the Lost River and Challis-Yankee Fork Ranger Districts.

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Salmon River Shrine Club reboots

The first meeting in several years of the Salmon River Shrine Club was held March 25 at the Y-Inn Café in Challis.

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Two bighorns euthanized

Two bighorn sheep rams that had been in immediate proximity to domestic sheep near Challis were euthanized Thursday, March 30, to prevent them from carrying disease back to the wild herd.

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MCT production is Saturday

Audiences of all ages will get a fresh look at an old favorite this Saturday, April 8, when the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) and more than 30 local students present “The Tortoise Versus the Ha

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