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Challis groups do well at Braun Brothers

Members of the Challis-Mackay Rivercats baseball team pose backstage with members of the Braun family and other musicians at the Braun Brothers Reunion earlier this month. Todd Adams photos

Three Challis groups did well with their fundraising efforts at the 2017 Braun Brothers Reunion festival, leaders from the Challis Golf Association, Beta Phi Sorority and the Challis-Mackay Riverca

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Sheriff’s Report

Investigated accident

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Chinook salmon air survey planned

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game plans to monitor Chinook salmon spawning areas throughout the upper Salmon River drainage with helicopters and drones in early September.

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History Days debut in Stanley

A new monthly event dubbed History Days starts Thursday, Aug. 24, in Stanley.

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Challis man pleads guilty to aggravated battery in shooting

A young Challis man has pleaded guilty to shooting another man with a pistol while he was “way too drunk” last month.

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General election filing deadline is Sept. 8

Candidates have until Friday, Sept. 8, to file for city, fire district and other taxing district elected offices if they want to be on the Nov.

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Cowboy poetry and music on tap in Stanley

The rhymes will rattle throughout Stanley in both spoken word and song during the Sept. 1 and 2 Stanley-Sawtooth Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering.

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Ibex fire grows a bit, Tappan holds steady

The Ibex Fire, burning 11 miles west of Twin Peaks Lookout, grew slightly in the last week, covering 6,200 acres on Wednesday.

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Home and garden tour

Even though they’re actually kneeling at the photographer’s request, Sandra and Paul Willingham are outstanding in their gardening skills, as this image shows. Besides having a large and beautiful yard, they have added on to and remodeled their two-story Queen Anne-style cottage and showed off all three to visitors on the Challis Arts Council’s home and garden tour held during eclipse weekend. Todd Adams photos

Even though they’re actually kneeling at the photographer’s request, Sandra and Paul Willingham are outstanding in their gardening skills, as this image shows.

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City moves ahead on water project, budget

The Challis City Council took major steps in back-to-back meetings this month, hearing about plans for a small start on a $700,000 plus city water project that will continue into the 2018 construct

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