Thu
21
Dec
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Tennis court work advances with $30,000 grant

One of the two dilapidated tennis courts in Challis will be rebuilt to accommodate tennis and pickleball with a $29,814 grant award to the city from the CHC Foundation.

Thu
21
Dec
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Wolverine caught near Salmon

An Idaho trapper on Dec. 8 reported finding a dead adult female wolverine that was inadvertently caught in his trap in Lemhi County.

Thu
21
Dec
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Should Facebook be allowed at school?

School safety, technology and a district policy forbidding the use of Facebook during school hours were topics that trustees of Challis Joint School District No. 181 addressed at their Dec.

Thu
14
Dec
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Driver’s license delay woes

Due to computer glitches in Boise, the statewide driver’s license renewal system has been operating sporadically of late, and the Custer County Sheriff’s Office has sometimes been unable to help mo

Thu
14
Dec
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Bears, horses, fish among topics at commission meeting

Discussion this week between Custer County commissioners and federal officials went down the well-worn path of roads and the ongoing forest plan revision, plus a canceled wild horse roundup, a reti

Thu
14
Dec
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Correction

Challis School District Maintenance Supervisor Bob Williams and District Clerk Kim Williams were incorrectly identified as Bob Andrews and Kim Andrews in a photo cutline in the Nov.

Thu
14
Dec
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Local son takes over Challis Insurance

Kirk Chester, Tamra Giampedraglia and Jane Bloxham stand out in front of the Challis Insurance buidling. The business is now known as Challis Insurance, a part of GRIT Insurance Group. Todd Adams photo

A native son, Kirk Chester, has purchased Challis Insurance from longtime owner and agent Kathy Plummer, and the business is now known as Challis Insurance, a part of the GRIT Insurance Group.

Thu
14
Dec
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Johnny Piva’s 32 years of coaching celebrated

Challis High School wrestling coach Bill Bradshaw, left, presented longtime, now retired, coach Johnny Piva with tokens of appreciation from the team, community and school district. Piva coached CHS Blackheart wrestlers for 32 years.The ceremony was held Dec. 8. Todd Adams photo

What do you say about someone who’s been a beloved coach of Challis High School Blackheart wrestlers for 32 years?

Thu
07
Dec
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Custer County Commissioners discuss mini-hydro plant, grazing

A proposed mini-hydro plant in the Big Lost River drainage and grazing issues including threatened lawsuits and trespass violations were discussed by Custer County Commissioners and federal officia

Thu
07
Dec
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Yankee Fork project wins honor

A fisheries restoration project in the Salmon-Challis National Forest has received the highest honor given by the Forest Service.

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