Bart Stuffed animals.

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Cujo Out-of-state hunters.

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Red Rebel IV Apricots.

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Rusty Everything. Slippers, socks, and anything chewable.

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Planting remote lakes by helicopter is the latest fish stocking technique used by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. Through a cooperative arrangement with the U. S. Forest Service, the Department sub-leases the whirly birds at half price when they would otherwise be idle…

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO September 10, 1992 Perhaps, for some, there was a lack of interest because of the modest increase in the county budget. For others it may have been because of... + continue reading

Bart Stuffed animals.

,

Cujo Out-of-state hunters.

,

Red Rebel IV Apricots.

,

Rusty Everything. Slippers, socks, and anything chewable.

,

Planting remote lakes by helicopter is the latest fish stocking technique used by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. Through a cooperative arrangement with the U. S. Forest Service, the Department sub-leases the whirly birds at half price when they would otherwise be idle…

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO September 10, 1992 Perhaps, for some, there was a lack of interest because of the modest increase in the county budget. For others it may have been because of... + continue reading

Bart Stuffed animals.

,

Cujo Out-of-state hunters.

,

Red Rebel IV Apricots.

,

Rusty Everything. Slippers, socks, and anything chewable.

,

Planting remote lakes by helicopter is the latest fish stocking technique used by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. Through a cooperative arrangement with the U. S. Forest Service, the Department sub-leases the whirly birds at half price when they would otherwise be idle…

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO September 10, 1992 Perhaps, for some, there was a lack of interest because of the modest increase in the county budget. For others it may have been because of... + continue reading

Bart Stuffed animals.

,

Cujo Out-of-state hunters.

,

Red Rebel IV Apricots.

,

Rusty Everything. Slippers, socks, and anything chewable.

,

Planting remote lakes by helicopter is the latest fish stocking technique used by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. Through a cooperative arrangement with the U. S. Forest Service, the Department sub-leases the whirly birds at half price when they would otherwise be idle…

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO September 10, 1992 Perhaps, for some, there was a lack of interest because of the modest increase in the county budget. For others it may have been because of... + continue reading

Bart Stuffed animals.

,

Cujo Out-of-state hunters.

,

Red Rebel IV Apricots.

,

Rusty Everything. Slippers, socks, and anything chewable.

,

Planting remote lakes by helicopter is the latest fish stocking technique used by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. Through a cooperative arrangement with the U. S. Forest Service, the Department sub-leases the whirly birds at half price when they would otherwise be idle…

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO September 10, 1992 Perhaps, for some, there was a lack of interest because of the modest increase in the county budget. For others it may have been because of... + continue reading

Cujo Out-of-state hunters.

Bart Stuffed animals.

Planting remote lakes by helicopter is the latest fish stocking technique used by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. Through a cooperative arrangement with the U. S. Forest Service, the Department sub-leases the whirly birds at half price when they would otherwise be idle…

Rusty Everything. Slippers, socks, and anything chewable.

Red Rebel IV Apricots.

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Thursday, 09/14/17
Recent rains have slowed the advance of the 17,800-acre Ibex Fire that started in the Loon Creek drainage and is now burning in the Yankee Fork drainage, a Salmon-Challis National Forest... + continue reading

Jan Holmgren was surrounded by her produce, sunflowers and other colorful goods at Challis Farmers Market last Saturday, Sept. 9. The market ends its 2017 season the first Saturday in October.

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Joanie Beasley sits in front of her jars of apples and apple butter harvested a day or two before last Saturday’s Challis Farmers Market.

09/14/17

Sports

Challis’ winning boys’ cross-country team. Left to right: Coach Peggy Redick, Jayce Giampedraglia, Tucker Brown, Takehito Koizuka, Ty Redick and Jesse Riding.

Thursday, 09/14/17
Challis cross-country’s veteran mountain runners took down all the 1A and 2A teams in Sun Valley last week at the Wood River Invite. Greenleaf Friends Academy and Valley High School... + continue reading

Pete Bradshaw nearly loses his helmet battling the Pirate defense. Debbie Sheppeard photos

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Dustin Stillwaugh has a good stiff arm after catching the ball. Debbie Sheppeard photos

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Cooper Erickson breaks from the pack to go downfield as the rest of the Viking line blocks for the quarterback. Erickson caught the pass in the end zone for the touchdown! Debbie Sheppeard photos

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Pete Bradshaw eludes another Pirate defender on his way to a big yardage gain. Debbie Sheppeard photos

09/14/17

Opinions

Thursday, 05/25/17
Thank you, Challis-Mackay River Cats, for an amazing season! Yes, our season came to an end today on the losing end of the consolation championship game, but we won on so many levels this... + continue reading

Local Scenes

Big sunflowers are a common sight in Challis area gardens. These were photographed in Pat Fox and Carrie Boucher’s garden recently. Todd Adams photo

Thursday, 09/14/17
Big sunflowers are a common sight in Challis area gardens. These were photographed in Pat Fox and Carrie Boucher’s garden recently. + continue reading

This scenic view, from the upper Jordan Creek drainage, shows fire-scarred snags in the foreground and Estes and Graylock mountains in the background.

09/14/17

Coaches and players of the Challis-Mackay Rivercats baseball team pitched in to help move Challis City Hall from its location in the Challis middle school building to a storefront uptown across from Wells Fargo Bank. Above, they load boxes onto a hand truck.

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This youngster carried the American flag carefully to the moving van.

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Two Rivercats go up the ramp of the moving van with a cabinet from the old Challis City Hall location to the new.

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Corey Rice (left) watches as players of the Challis-Mackay Rivercats baseball team move a heavy safe out of the old Challis City Council chambers in the Challis middle school building to the new uptown City Hall.

09/14/17

Sharon Arrizubieta grew this brilliant red dahlia in her Pahsimeroi Valley garden and had it on display at the Challis Farmers Market last week. Todd Adams photo

09/14/17

Milestones

Thursday, 09/14/17
Macie Jane Wunsch was welcomed by parents Chuck and Alicia Wunsch and big brother Landon of Challis Aug. 14, 2017, at 12:32 a.m. Macie was born at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center... + continue reading

Briefly

Thursday, 09/14/17
School menu Sept. 18–21 Monday–Thursday breakfast: Assorted breakfasts with fruit, juice and milk Monday: Chili, corn bread, honey butter, corn, variety of fruit,... + continue reading

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