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Horse chiropractic clinic set in Mackay
The James Gang Horse 4-H group invites every horse lover to a February 15 chiropractic clinic with Dani Sims-DVM, certified veterinary chiropractor. Starting at 10 a.m. at the Kimball Arena in Mackay, participants will learn the benefits and reasons for getting your horse adjusted. There will be a demonstration, as well as discussion.Contact ...

Winterfest in Stanley is coming up

Come up to Stanley February 21– 23 for the 5th Annual Sawtooth Winterfest. There will be events for everyone! Events start at 5 p.m., February 21 and go all weekend long. Stanley, Idaho is nestled at the base of the beautiful Sawtooth Mountains and is surrounded by rivers and wilderness. A small but vibrant town, spending a winter weekend in ...

Citizen Science Program meeting in Salmon and Challis next week
Naturalists of all ages are invited to free public programs on “Citizen Science Opportunities in the Salmon Region” offered in Salmon and Challis by Idaho Fish and Game Biologist Beth Waterbury. The slide program will be offered Wednesday, February 19, at 6-7:30 p.m. in Salmon at the Idaho Fish and Game Region Office, 99 Highway 93 North. The ...

Card of thanks
Many thanks to Vicky and Larry at the Y-Inn for hosting Nummyz Night. Thanks also to all our supporters and loyal customers for coming out and making it a successful evening.Karen and Brock

Card of thanks
Earle Wrecker and Towing Service: When we thought all was lost, you came and did the impossible. We never thought we would see our car again. You should have a motto of “What’s too tough for Superman is just right for us.” We would recommend your services to anyone. Willie, we just want to say “thank you.” Don, Carolyn and Sean

Donations
Lew and Jean Frost have made a donation in memory of Ethel Peck and longtime resident Bob Hammond.Also, Challis EMTs received a donation from K and S Automotive and Fencing, Steve and Karma Bragg.The local unit very much appreciates being in your thoughts.

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