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A $28,000 grant awarded from the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation paid to hire more employees and doubled the area Sawtooth Avalanche Center forecasters can monitor, improving the new forecast template.

The geology of the Beartrack-Arnett field in Lemhi County under review by Revival Gold officials continues to become better understood, according to Hugh Agro, Revival’s president and CEO.

The geology of the Beartrack-Arnett field in Lemhi County under review by Revival Gold officials continues to become better understood, according to Hugh Agro, Revival’s president and CEO.

Holiday lights engulfed Challis as lighted parade entries rolled down Main street during the third annual Parade of Lights, helping promote the Christmas season with free sweets and good cheer.

Samples taken at First Cobalt’s Iron Creek Project in Lemhi County have been deemed high grade, according to a news release from First Cobalt President and CEO Trent Mell.

Custer County’s October jobless rate stood a full percentage point higher than October 2018, according to the latest unemployment report from the Idaho Department of Labor.

The Challis High School wrestling team will bring 16 boys to its annual Challis Take-down Tournament against the Salmon Savages at 6 p.m Tuesday, Dec. 3, to kick off the season.

The Lost Rivers Pirates ended their season with a 26-6 loss, giving up the state championship title to the Prairie Pirates at the Moscow Kibbie Dome last Saturday.

The Lost Rivers Pirates beat the Wilder Wildcats 36-6 in the second round of the 1A, Division 1 football playoffs, maintaining their undefeated record and qualifying for the state championship game to be held at 7 p.m. Friday Nov. 22 in Moscow’s Kibbie Dome.

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s wild steelhead monitoring infrastructure has been improved with the addition of a fish-detection system in Marsh Creek, a tributary of the Middle Fork Salmon River.

Debris from the damaged roof at Challis High School is scheduled to be hauled away on Nov. 25, Challis schools Superintendent Lani Rembelski told school board members last week.

Challis High School students Olivia Farr, Kasen Hohnstein, Lane Strand, Daryn Provence, Austyn Erickson and Halle Oerke became National Honor Society members last week at an annual induction ceremony.

Brad Huerta, of Lost Rivers Medical Center in Arco, was one of six health care professionals statewide to receive an Idaho Rural Health Hero Award at the Idaho Rural Health Association’s annual meeting and awards reception Oct. 23.