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02
Nov
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Summit focuses on Idaho land issues

People from various organizations representing all sorts of interests are expected to participate in a Nov.

Thu
02
Nov
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Bus driver shortage continues to plague district schools

Trustees of Challis Joint School District No.

Thu
02
Nov
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Stanley hosts local geography bee

Nine Challis and Stanley students advanced to the final round of the district geography bee. Stanley School photo

The National Geographic district geography bee was held Oct. 26 at Stanley School.

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02
Nov
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Mackay woman gets probation for harboring fugitive husband

Marie Lynn Coon of Mackay, a young mother of four, was sentenced last month to four years of supervised probation for harboring a felon. She was helping her husband, Damian A.

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02
Nov
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Salmon hosts conference focused on women in ag

A session of the Women in Agriculture conference is scheduled for Nov. 18 in Salmon.

Thu
02
Nov
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Two Idaho men take plea deals in Bundy case

O. Scott Drexler of Challis addressed a crowd of supporters Sept. 6 at the Challis American Legion Hall after two federal juries had acquitted him and co-defendant Eric Parker on most charges but deadlocked on others in connection with the 2014 armed standoff near Bunkerville, Nevada, over rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle. Todd Adams photo

Two Idaho men have each pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor charge of obstruction of a court order in connection with the 2014 Bunkerville, Nevada, standoff related to rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle.

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02
Nov
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Salmon-Challis wants forest plan input

Mine cart railroad ties lead toward fall colors and first snow on a peak in the Salmon-Challis Forest in this image from a past autumn. The mine is part of Land of the Yankee Fork State Park up Beardsley Gulch above the Bayhorse ghost town. Forest officials are seeking public input on planning documents. Todd Adams photo

Salmon-Challis National Forest officials want public input at a series of November meetings on an assessment of current trends and conditions on the forest and surrounding communities.

Thu
26
Oct
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Museum addition means more display space

Kyle Shinderling carries a sheet of particleboard while Cody Babb waits atop the roof of the new addition to North Custer Museum on Main Avenue in Challis. Todd Adams photo

The North Custer Museum will soon gain an additional 500 square feet or so of display space once an addition on the south side of the building is completed.

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26
Oct
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Council denies reappointment of Challis clerk

Challis City Clerk-Treasurer Kellie Wahlstrom was not reappointed to her post after the Challis City Council followed a recommendation from Mayor Michael Barrett.

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Oct
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Wilderness plans subject of open houses

A colorful sunset lights up the scenic Jerry Peak Wilderness south of Challis. Comments on the final management plan for the area are now being sought. Bob Wick, BLM, photo

Open houses are planned around Idaho to allow people to hear about and comment on the management plans for Hemingway-Boulders and White Clouds and the Jim McClure-Jerry Peak wilderness areas.

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