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HUB gives generously again this year

The most expensive item donated to the HUB in Barbara Hammond’s memory was a buggy from France. The best antiques she remembers coming through the doors were sconces from Mexico.

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Couple rescued from car in river

Sheldon and Angel Worth with her daughter, Madasyn May Richan, and the family cat, Shadow, on Christmas Eve. Angel called their rescue a Christmas miracle. They send out thank-yous to EMS volunteer rescuers and passersby who helped them get through their ordeal. Todd Adams photo

What would you do if you found yourself trapped in a car, unable to see out, and freezing cold water pouring in as you drifted backwards down the river?

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Volunteers’ rapid response key to Salmon River wreck

“We got there, did what we needed to do and got home safe.”

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City sets hearing to change budget

Challis City Council members voted unanimously to amend the city’s fiscal year (FY) 2017 budget at a special meeting this week and have scheduled a public hearing on the proposal for January 5.

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Managing Ma Nature

The rumbling noise you hear at O-dark-thirty on a snowy, winter morning is probably not another earthquake, but the City of Challis crew out plowing the streets. Corey Rice, Cameron Davis and Alex Sarinana are cheerful, dedicated and seem to enjoy their jobs. Recently they cleared Main Street in a single pass with three snowplows side by side, a photo op this photographer missed. The Challis crew might have to put up with some grumbling from people whose driveways are blocked by plowed-up snow, but citizens of other central Idaho towns are complaining about impassable streets during their morning commutes. Here, the crew clears snow berms in the center of Main Street that dwarf the town backhoe. Inset, Davis dumps yet another bucketful of the white stuff into Sarinana’s truck. Todd Adams photos

The rumbling noise you hear at O-dark-thirty on a snowy, winter morning is probably not another earthquake, but the City of Challis crew out plowing the streets.

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Scoping period extended for wilderness management plan

The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management are announcing the extension of the scoping period for the proposed wilderness-management plan for the Hemingway-Boulders and White Clouds wildernes

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Health exhange enrollment numbers up

Early enrollment numbers show a record number of Idahoans are enrolling for health insurance through the state-based health-insurance exchange Your Health Idaho.

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Sheriff’s report

Investigated accidents

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Challis BLM to remodel, move offices into middle school building

Challis Joint School District #181 trustees voted last week to hire Meridian-based Design West Architects for a fee not to exceed $13,743 to draw up plans to remodel the west wing of the Challis mi

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Progress reported on county emergency operations centers

Progress is being made on getting fully equipped emergency operations centers up and running in several Custer County communities, Disaster Services Coordinator Mike Graham told Custer County Commi

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