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Thursday August 28, 2014

Climber rescued, student still missing
Things in Stanley have been a little hectic of late. First there was a rescue and now there's a search. A climber, in his ascent of Mt. Heyburn, fell and broke his leg Thursday afternoon, August 21, and had to be plucked off steep terrain the following morning.While that was unfolding, word came that a 21-year-old student didn't make it to ...

City debates high engineering costs
The Challis City Council is cautiously moving ahead to finish water projects for a new well and diversion on Garden Creek but looking for cheaper options on designing a new well house and infrastructure.The projects are mostly being funded by a federal fish conservation grant administered by Custer Soil and Water Conservation District Project ...

Bullocks' star in 'Way Out West' reality TV show
They might not be as well known as the "Duck Dynasty" guys, and probably don't want to become that famous, but the Bullock family of Mile High Outfitters are on their way to becoming reality TV stars.They are part of "Way Out West," a truTV reality show about three competing Idaho outfitting families: the Bullocks, Korells and Yourens. Travis, ...

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