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21
Jun
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Concerned citizens, commissioners discuss third try for bond issue

Custer County commissioners and two representatives of Concerned Citizens of Custer County agreed last week it would be better to begin promotional and educational efforts earlier if voters are goi

Thu
21
Jun
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City considers changes to zoning approvals

Challis City Council members are contemplating turning over some minor zoning decisions to the city clerk and her deputy at the recommendation of Mayor Mike Barrett.

Thu
21
Jun
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Chinook season opens June 23

The Chinook salmon fishing season on the upper Salmon River is scheduled to open June 23.

Thu
21
Jun
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AD job duties returned to Piva

Challis school board members reversed their earlier action and reinstated a contract with Challis Junior-Senior High School teacher Jennifer Piva to also be the district’s athletic director in the

Thu
21
Jun
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Fire chief urges residents to answer income surveys

Sometimes it pays to be poor, but not if you don’t respond an income survey.

Thu
21
Jun
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Departing Challis superintendent proud of his work

In his last Challis High School graduation ceremony, Superintendent Peter McPherson congratulates Japanese foreign exchange student Koizuka Takehito.

Peter McPherson is proud of his 4½ years as superintendent of Challis schools and is excited about a new challenge as chief deputy to Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra.

Thu
21
Jun
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School Move

The district office and board room for the Challis school district is moving from its current location in the middle school building on Main to Challis Elementary School.

Thu
21
Jun
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Airport project could occur quickly

The Challis Airport could receive about $3 million in federal funding for new pathway lights, a precision approach path indicator system and to resurface the runway and taxiway without putting up t

Thu
21
Jun
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Challis endurance runners face mud, rain, cold

Two local runners and their families share a pit stop at the Bayhorse aid station during the 50K race of the River of No Return run Saturday. At left, Gwen Cogley’s daughter Halle gives her mom a snack while husband Jamie helps with gear. At right, Greg Webster helps wife Cheri rehydrate with electolytes. Her sons, Parker and Hunter, were on hand to help out, too. Todd Adams photo

Runners faced mud, rain, cold and hail, heard thunder and saw lightning in the distance during the June 16 River of No Return endurance runs around Challis.

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Prosecutor takes death penalty off table in shooting death case

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Custer County Prosecuting Attorney Justin Oleson has taken the death penalty off the table for Mark Charles Wilson, 53, who is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Challis area

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