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School Board to hear about building access

Trustees of the Challis School District are to discuss a bid to tighten up access to Challis High School at their Wednesday, Oct. 18, meeting.

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Animal sanctuary seeks protocol

The Heart of Idaho Animal Sanctuary board would like an agreement with Custer County for boarding animals when either the critters or their owners have run afoul of the law within the county.

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Coho salmon season opens

The coho salmon fishing season is now open through Nov. 19, unless the Idaho Fish and Game Commission shortens the season.

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Menus

School menu

Oct. 16–19

Monday–Thursday breakfast: Assorted breakfasts with fruit, juice and milk

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Donations

The Challis School District Board of Trustees gratefully acknowledge donations received from Jan Bennetts and Cory Stambaugh to the JoAnn Bennetts Memorial Scholarship and from Nothing But Love LLC

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Challis handily beats North Gem

Mitchell Cotant heads for an opening created by the Challis offensive line in the Oct. 6 matchup with North Gem. Challis plays at home Friday, Oct. 7, against Oakley. Debbie Sheppeard photo

The Challis Vikings missed plenty of two-point conversions after scoring TDs in the Oct. 6 game against the North Gem Cowboys but still pushed to a 34-20 win at home.

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Pesky debris

This pile of debris was once a dilapidated house that Challis city officials spent months, if not years, deliberating about. The city assumed ownership of the property and demolished the house after dubbing it a public nuisance and fire hazard. Commonly referred to as the Salazar property, the debris from demolition was supposed to go to the Challis transfer station. According to Mayor Mike Barrett, only two loads made it to the pit. Wendall Gohn of Blue Mountain Refuse said the city has to supply proof there is no asbestos in the debris. That launched a round of correspondence with personnel at the Environmental Protection Agency and Idaho Department of Environmental Quality. The city is now waiting for instructions from the DEQ. Until it can be proven there are no hazardous materials, the piles will stay on city property. Meanwhile, the city is having a conversation with the Custer County Treasurer about back taxes owed on the Salazar property.

This pile of debris was once a dilapidated house that Challis city officials spent months, if not years, deliberating about.

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Challis XC runners push hard for state titles

Stacy Ruelas, Jessa Hunt and Taylor Redick are pleased with their race times at a recent meet in Shelley. Laura Hunt photo

The Challis boys’ cross country team is shaping up to be one of the best teams in school history.

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JV spikers win tourney

The Challis JV volleyball squad was the Butte County tournament champions. In the back, from left, are Autumn Deal, Alex Mora, Erin Anderson, coach Jentre Spencer, Zoe D’Orazio, Hannah Corrigan, Isabel Clerici, Chelestina Rembelski and Halle Oerke. In the front are Olivia Farr, Jaylyn Vanschoiack, Austyn Erickson and Mariana Bastos.

The Lady Vikings varsity squad lost a close one, 31-28, to Water Springs on Oct. 7.

Then they beat defending 1A Division II state champion Lighthouse Christian 31-26.

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Challis sweeps Salmon

The Lady Vikings traveled to Salmon Oct. 3 for the Salmon River Rivalry match against the Savages.

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