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State unemployment rate inches up

Idaho’s unemployment rate in October edged up by a tenth of a percent to 2.9 percent, according to the Idaho Department of Labor.

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Hatchery setback means fewer sockeye

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has acknowledged that sockeye salmon from its new $14 million Springfield Hatchery in southern Idaho are dying at difficult-to-explain rates, according to Greg

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Challis holiday events kick off Friday

Salmon River Electric Cooperative linemen Dennis Swindell and Jessie Kestler put up Christmas decorations on utility poles along Main Avenue in Challis. The holiday lights are up in time for this weekend’s light parade and other Christmas activities. Todd Adams photo

The next two weekends in Challis are packed with Christmas activities.

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School bus driver shortage eases up

In the wake of an ongoing school bus driver shortage that’s starting to ease up, Challis Joint School District No.

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December packed with holiday events

Makayla Bruno plays the piano at last year’s tree lighting and Christmas concert in Challis. This year, a host of Christmas festivities are planned for Dec. 1 and 2. Todd Adams photo

The first weekend of December is “must-be” in Challis with a holiday parade, the lighting of the Christmas tree, bazaars and an artisans’ market among the many happenings centered in downtown Chall

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Challis dogs confined after killing miniature donkey

Sandra Willingham, right, and James Savaria boost a beaming girl onto Blueberry, the miniature donkey killed by dogs in September. This photo was taken during a 2009 visit to Challis Elementary School. Todd Adams photo

Sunday, Sept. 10 turned out to be a horrible day for Sandra and Paul Willingham of Challis.

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Judge orders probation in 2 felony cases

Two Custer County men were each sentenced to probation last week by Seventh Judicial District Judge Alan Stephens.

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Judge retains jurisdiction in Stanley battery case

Judge Alan Stephens has retained jurisdiction over a Filer man who admitted beating up two Stanley men in February, one at a bar and another who later tried to subdue him at a motel.

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Support for post-military programs key for veterans

Veterans Day is a day to honor veterans for their service to our nation and is a good time to take stock of where were are in ensuring that they have access to quality health care and other service

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Computer Zen earns A ranking

Computer Zen in downtown Salmon earned an A ranking among HughesNet dealers across the United States in September.

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