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Challis native opens new insurance agency

Mindy Bruno is the owner of a new insurance office in downtown Challis. Western Heritage Insurance opened Oct. 30 at 424 Main Ave. Shelley Ridenour photo

Mindy Bruno runs a one-woman show at her new business — Western Heritage Insurance — located in the heart of downtown Challis.

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Fish and Game suggests licenses for gifts

Fishing and hunting provide a good excuse to get outside, see the beauty of Idaho and spend time with family and friends, according to Mike Demick, conservation information supervisor with the Idah

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Santa plans final Challis stops

Santa waves to the crowd during his visit to Challis on Friday, Dec. 1, when he appeared in the town’s parade of lights. Photo courtesy Heather Graham

Santa Claus has at least a couple more public stops in Challis before Christmas.

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Idaho book of the year focuses on wilderness

The Idaho Library Association awarded the 2016 book of the year title to “Idaho Wilderness Considered,” an anthology of essays, photos and reflections on the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act

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Dec
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Salmon awarded 2 humanities grants

Two entities in Salmon are recipients of grants from the Idaho Humanities Council.

Thu
07
Dec
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Comment period extended for national forest plan

The time period to comment on the draft assessment of the Salmon and Challis forest plan revisions has been extended, according to the Forest Service.

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CHS seniors show off their work Dec. 13

Challis High School seniors display their senior projects at the annual Senior Showcase scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13, in the gymnasium at the high school.

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Mackay FFA notches big win

Members of the Mackay FFA chapter hosted a district competition on Nov. 29.

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Dec
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Deadlines near for mailing packages

It’s time to get your holiday packages in the mail if they’re headed to faraway places, according to the United States Postal Service.

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Dec
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Salmon gets $80,000 grant to train nurses

A $79,516 grant to the Eastern Idaho Technical College in Idaho Falls is expected to train 13 practical nurses in Salmon during the next two years.

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