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Film Festival begins next week

The Challis Arts Council is pleased to announce that the first-ever Film Festival at MadDog Gallery begins Monday, April 10, and concludes Friday, April 14, with films showing at 6:30 every evening

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Academy meetings coming up

The Idaho Congressional Delegation is hosting two more meetings beginning this weekend to answer questions about the application process for students who are seeking a nomination to our service aca

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IDeal tax deduction is increased

Idahoans who are saving for college for a child, grandchild, niece or nephew, or even for themselves, could benefit from an increased tax deduction passed by the Idaho legislature and signed into l

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Agencies planning two wildfire meetings

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Big snowpack should pay dividends for anglers

Fish need water, and Idaho’s mountains are full of water in the form of a giant snowpack.

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Food and education during Ag Week

Grant Parent enjoys his Beef bag full of “ag goodies” at the recent “Start Your Day with Agriculture” Drive-Through Breakfast held during National Agriculture Week last week in Challis. Photos courtesy UI Extension Office

Challis FFA and Custer County 4-H members help serve 200 breakfasts at last week’s “Start Your Day with Agriculture” Drive-Through Breakfast sponsored by the Idaho Beef Council, Custer Telephone Co

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4-H members attend Know Your Government conference

4-H members Charlie Bullock and Cage Cogley on the steps of the State Capital at the recent Know-Your-Government Conference hosted by University of Idaho Extension.

University of Idaho Extension is proud to offer 4-H members a unique opportunity to learn about the decision-making process in their communities and state through the 4-H Know Your Government Progr

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Pair of pups eager to please

Jeri D’Orazio’s friendly and faithful dogs enjoyed waiting for him in the back of a pickup parked on Main Street on a recent sunny spring afternoon. If they were hired as mean watchdogs, they failed in their duties abysmally. But this is Challis, where all the women are strong, the men are good-looking, the children are above average and every dog is friendly. Todd Adams photo

Jeri D’Orazio’s friendly and faithful dogs enjoyed waiting for him in the back of a pickup parked on Main Street on a recent sunny spring afternoon.

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Salmon water tastes the best

The results are in, and we can officially announce who has the best tasting water in the entire State of Idaho: Salmon River Meadows in Salmon, Idaho!

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Youth turkey hunt begins April 8

Young turkey hunters get an early shot as Idaho’s general season youth turkey hunt runs Saturday, April 8, through Friday, April 14.

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