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Oct
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Money available for some flood damage

Farmers and ranchers along the Big Lost River and its tributaries who sustained property damage in spring flooding earlier this year may be eligible for assistance.

Thu
05
Oct
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Unemployment rate dips below 3 percent

Idaho’s unemployment rate dropped to 2.9 percent in August, the lowest level in a decade, matching the record low set in June 2007.

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05
Oct
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Still time for write-in city candidates to file

There’s still time to join the world of local politics. Write-in candidates have until Tuesday, Oct. 10, to file to run for seats in city elections.

Thu
05
Oct
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Library offers program on rescue dogs

People can learn about search and rescue dogs at a special event at the Challis Public Library this weekend.

Thu
05
Oct
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Injured hunter takes a drive, throws off search efforts

An extensive search for an hunter thought to be injured in the White Knob Mountains ended when the Idaho Falls man was found 120 miles away at Ririe Reservoir.

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05
Oct
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Ruger Piva wrestles to lead in bull riding

Ruger Piva of Challis takes a shot at maintaining his lead in Championship Bull Riding in an Oct. 7 contest in Conroe, Texas. Photo courtesy of Championship Bull Riding

When you Google Ruger Piva there is a moment you think you have spelled the name of the leading bull rider of the Championship Bull Riding’s first quarter’s name wrong, despite his recent win of th

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05
Oct
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Public input sought on Galena Summit project

Two public meetings to explain and hear comments about a proposed construction project on Galena Summit are planned next week.

Thu
05
Oct
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School trustees discuss drug testing, security, enrollment

Trustees of Challis Joint School District No.

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05
Oct
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Students learn about fish habitat, mining history

Fish Biologist Jim Gregory helps Challis fourth-grade student Abbi Laws get a fish off her line at the Yankee Fork fish ponds. Todd Adams photos

Challis Elementary School fourth-grade students, along with Stanley School students, had fun fishing and touring Trout Unlimited’s latest fish habitat improvement project on the Yankee Fork of the

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05
Oct
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Three men take plea bargains on felony charges

Three defendants reached plea agreements with Custer County Prosecutor Justin Oleson on felony charges last month, one on a single battery count reduced from two counts, one on an amended charge of

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