Serving Challis and Custer County, Idaho Since 1881. The Challis Messenger is published every Thursday.

Thursday December 18, 2014

State, feds consider permits
State and federal agencies are considering permit applications from Living Waters Ranch to bury two potable water lines and a sewer line under Garden Creek.Officials are also weighing public concerns about possible water pollution, overdevelopment, and whether Custer County and City of Challis officials were notified of the project in a timely ...

Thompson Creek to suspend Endako mining
Thompson Creek Metals Company officials announced last week that molybdenum mining at its Endako Mine in British Columbia would be placed on temporary suspension effective December 31 due to continued weakness in the market.Corporate officials also announced that President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Shellhaas left the company, effective ...

Huffaker trial delayed
The felony jury trial of a local man charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon has been delayed while Prosecutor Val Siegel appeals a November 21 ruling from Judge Alan Stephens about what evidence may and may not be heard at trial.Jon Steven Huffaker was scheduled for a two-day jury trial last week, but the trial date has been vacated ...

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