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Health department reminds of its mission

Editor:

Season’s greetings.

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State rep urges harassment training

America is in the midst of a full-blown crisis brought on by a groundswell of sexual harassment claims and a social media fervor surrounding #MeToo.

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Fix broken college education system before adding students

If you attend an Idaho college or university, it’s more likely than not you won’t graduate.

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Challis stores report solid holiday shopping season

Greg Webster, owner of The Bent Rod Outdoors, chats with a customer during the Christmas shop hop held in early December in Challis. The Bent Rod was one of a handful of Challis shops that reported strong 2017 Christmas sales. Todd Adams photo

Christmas shoppers in Challis spread their shopping around for most of the month of December at a handful of Challis businesses, owners and managers of three stores said in recent interviews.

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Good Old Days of Custer County

Mike Gallagher is now your official Challis Landfill host who will be happy to assess your cubic yardage and offer advice on recycling questions you may have. Harold Lambert is the host at the Mackay Landfill.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO

January 7, 1993

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Brick pathway planned at Stanley Museum

Improvements are planned at the Stanley Museum and a couple of fundraising projects are planned to pay for them, according to the Sawtooth Interpretive and Historical Association.

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Card of thanks

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Custer Telephone board of directors and employees for the wonderful retirement party given on my behalf.

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About Folks We Know

I dedicate the column to one of the best women I have ever known. With love and sunshine in her heart, I was very blessed to have known her: Randi Rovetto.

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Donations secured to help cancer patients

Cancer patients in Custer and Lemhi counties may qualify for some of the $940 recently donated to the cancer fund operated by the Eastern Idaho Community Action Plan.

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Donations

The Heart of Idaho Animal Sanctuary received a donation from Ilona McCarty in honor of Linda King.

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