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Salmon River Road closed until March

Due to emergency public-health and safety concerns in the presence of avalanches occurring in the area, the Salmon-Challis National Forest has implemented an Emergency Road Closure Order (#04-13-17

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Public meeting set to discuss South 21 projects

The Salmon-Challis National Forest, Challis-Yankee Fork Ranger District is conducting a National Environmental Policy Act analysis on the potential environmental effects of proposed management acti

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Open houses set for draft wilderness management plan

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Challis Field Office (CFO) and U.S.

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Be prepared for spring conditions on public lands

The Salmon-Challis National Forest wants to provide maximum access and use of public lands while ensuring public safety.

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Keep your distance from wintering big game

Winter provides great opportunities to view Idaho wildlife, but it is very important to enjoy the view from a distance.

Thu
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Idahoans saved more lives in 2016

Idahoans are typically a kind and giving people. That was reinforced in 2016, as a record number of Idaho citizens chose to save a life.

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Card of thanks

North Custer Fire District would like to thank Joni Hawley with Land of the Yankee Fork Interpretive Center for all her assistance to us during the structure fire last month.

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Students promoted at Chondo Martial Arts

On Wednesday, January 25, Chondo Martial Arts Academy held a promotional exam. Ms. Gilbert, 2nd-degree black belt; Mr. Aldous, 3rd-degree black belt; Master Bryant, 5th-degree black; and Chief Master Bryant, 7th-degree black belt conducted the testing. Students demonstrated forms, one-step sparing, break falling, self defense, sparring and board breaking as part of the exam. The instructors at CMAA are proud of the progress of these students on their way to black belt and grateful to the parents for all their hard work and commitment to their children. Students who were successful received their new belts in a promotional ceremony on Wednesday, February 2. Pictured from left to right: Ross, Callie, Emily and L.J. were promoted to 8th-grade orange belt; Claire and Isabella were promoted to 9th-grade yellow belt; Paige (not pictured) was promoted to 4th-grade blue belt. Pictured alone is Nick Judd who was promoted to 5th-grade purple belt.

On Wednesday, January 25, Chondo Martial Arts Academy held a promotional exam. Ms. Gilbert, 2nd-degree black belt; Mr.

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Feb
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Help available to quit smoking.

Quit smoking for good with the “Freedom from Smoking” program. Learn how to create a personalized plan to overcome your tobacco addiction, so you can start enjoying the benefits of better health.

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Feb
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Most watershed basins reported at normal or above

The Natural Resources Conservation Service just released the second water supply outlook report for the 2016 water year.

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