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Lawson says she can better represent people

Marla Lawson describes herself as a “pretty straight-line conservative who believes in less burdensome regulations, lower taxes and equal opportunity for all businesses.

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Thayn seeks re-election because work’s not done

State Sen. Steven Thayn has served three terms in the Idaho House and three in the Senate.

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Challis school trustees approve 2018-19 calendar

The lucky seventh time is the charm. It’s perfect. A masterpiece. At least, that’s what trustees of Challis Joint School District No.

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CHS students soak in DC

The Washington Monument is one of the most recognized and distinguishable landmarks in Washington, D.C. Lily Verhoeven photo

Six students and two adults from Challis headed to Washington, D.C., during the recent spring break.

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School board hears update on security

Security updates for the school buildings in Challis and Stanley are nearly completed, school board members were told at their April meeting.

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County leaders make argument for larger jail

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If two-thirds of the Custer County voters who cast ballots in the May 15 primary election approve a measure allowing county officials to sell $4.5 million in bonds, much of the money will be used t

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Jail project back on May 15 ballot

Butts

Custer County voters are being asked for the second time in six months to approve a measure to fund construction of a new jail and make improvements to the county courthouse.

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Lemhi County gains trail recognition

Lemhi County sits along the Continental Divide, offering a beautiful place for Continental Divide Trail travelers to rest. Alex Sholes photo

In August 2016, a forest fire forced hikers off the Continental Divide Trail and closed nearly 50 miles of the 3,100-mile national scenic trail.

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Challis animal sanctuary needs auction donations

Heart of Idaho Animal Sanctuary board members and a staff member pose for a photo in front of the building. Pictured are Nancy White, Becky Morgan with Buddy the dog, Rita Moulton holding Tango the kitten, CEO Tirzah Stuart, Assistant Manager Edwin Happy Jr. holding Mango the kitten and Sandra Willingham holding Vader the puppy. Not pictured are board members Loraine Mullins and Kelli Minsch.

Just in time for spring cleaning, Heart of Idaho Animal Sanctuary volunteers are calling for the public to donate new, gently used, quality and antique items for their fundraising auction and dinne

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3rd Forest Service house arrives in Challis

Worker Johnny Collins sets a jack under the first half of the modular bunkhouse that crews moved onto a foundation at the Challis Forest Service compound last week. Todd Adams photo

A third modular house joined two others on the Forest Service compound at Challis last week and was set on its foundation.

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