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Festivities have begun

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Challis, especially for children. Holiday festivities were held last weekend with all kinds of arts, crafts and homemade goodies. Above, Luci Rivera shows off some goodies to 23-month-old Landon Wunsch of Challis, his great-grandmother, Edwina Thomas, and mother, Alicia Wunsch. Todd Adams photos

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Challis, especially for children.

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Nov
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Commissioners to preview wilderness plans

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S.

Wed
23
Nov
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Good Old Days of Custer County

Debra Bruno, elementary school secretary, with her oldest son Mike, a senior at CHS.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

November 21, 1991

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23
Nov
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Judge commits defendant to State Hospital

Judge Alan Stephens has ordered that a California man be committed to Idaho State Hospital South at Blackfoot after a psychiatrist declared the man mentally ill and unfit to stand trial or aid in h

Wed
23
Nov
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Sheriff’s report

Incident log

November 14

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23
Nov
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City, golf association work on agreement

Challis City Council and Challis Golf Association (CGA) have been meeting to renegotiate a management agreement whereby CGA will lease and manage the course for $1 per year and the city will transf

Thu
17
Nov
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Golf course, Brauns see strong show of support

More than 50 people filled Challis City Council chambers to overflowing last week in a strong show of support for the golf course and Braun Brothers Reunion (BBR).

Thu
17
Nov
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Aggressive cow moose, calf roam Mackay Halloween night

It wasn’t an ordinary Halloween night for Idaho Fish and Game Senior Conservation Officer Steve Roberts.

Thu
17
Nov
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Magnificent Seven

The Magnificent Seven
Johnny Gilbert, Cobalt Richardson, Chris Kowarko, Lynn Porter (with cadaver dog Cayvun), Levi Maydole, Micha Cox and Dustin Webster completed their trainilng as SAR Technicians, Level 2 recenlyl and are now certified by the National Association for Search and Rescue. With this certification, they can go anywhere in the nation to serve on search and rescue operations individually or as a team. They put in many hours of training and study during twice-weekly sessions from December 2015 through October 2016. An evaluator for the national association certified them after all seven passed a written test and satisfactorily completed two days of simulated search and rescue operations. Todd Adams photo

Johnny Gilbert, Cobalt Richardson, Chris Kowarko, Lynn Porter (with cadaver dog Cayvun), Levi Maydole, Micha Cox and Dustin Webster completed their training as Search and Rescue (SAR) Technicians,

Thu
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Nov
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Lumpkin, Smith, Gestrin win contested races

Write-in candidate and incumbent Sheriff Stu Lumpkin beat challenger and Republican Primary winner Craig Winstead 1,361 to 1,012 in what was perhaps Tuesday’s most-watched contested general electio

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