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28
Sep
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Trails reopened

The trail closure for public safety for the Roaring Fire #04-13-16-584 has been terminated. The following are now open:

Wed
28
Sep
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Idaho leaders call for action on SRS

Citing the drain on many rural county budgets, Idaho Senators Mike Crapo and Jim Risch, along with Oregon Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), have sent a bipartisan letter to Republican Leader Mitch McCo

Wed
28
Sep
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Senior news

This Saturday is the big day for Challis Senior Citizens’ Auction, Dinner and Dance. (See ad elsewhere in this week’s paper.) Doors to the Legion Hall will open at 4 p.m.

Wed
28
Sep
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Youth Pheasant Hunt scheduled in October

The Salmon Region of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is hosting their annual Youth Pheasant Hunt for Salmon and Challis area youth hunters aged 10-17.

Wed
28
Sep
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Celebrate National Public Lands Day in Challis

Several events throughout Idaho are planned in September to celebrate a special year for National Public Lands Day.

Wed
28
Sep
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Surplus federal funds will advance highway projects

The Idaho Transportation Board has approved a plan to use surplus federal funds on projects that will make Idaho’s highways safer.

Wed
28
Sep
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Remedies offered for those affected by system breach

Active Network, the Texas-based company that owns and operates Idaho Fish and Game’s hunting and fishing license system, has announced that it will offer identity theft services to all Fish and Gam

Wed
28
Sep
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Fish and Game develops a new way to control fish populations

Hatcheries have long been used to replenish and restore fish populations, but can they also be used to reduce or eradicate them?

Wed
28
Sep
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Closures on Highway 75 have started

Construction on the Pebble Beach section of Highway 75, near Peach Creek, now involves two closures during the day.

Wed
28
Sep
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Hazard trees to be removed

The 4th of July Hazard Tree Reduction Project will be starting this fall at the Champion Creek and 4th of July trailheads.

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