Stewart Swigert of Challis died Sunday night, July 21, after he was seriously injured in a July 17 single-vehicle crash on Idaho Highway 75 about 25 miles east of Stanley.
BOISE (AP) — Former Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has asked the Trump administration to investigate possible Chinese involvement in a mining company that could compete in Idaho with a Canadian-based company that tapped Otter to serve on its board of directors.
Don’t let the name fool you — the guys at Grumpy Guyz Pizza Pies really aren’t that grumpy.
Custer County commissioners are considering a new option to have adequate and accessible office space for some county departments.
One of the biggest crowds in recent years landed in Clayton for the community’s Fourth of July celebration.
Shareholders of eCobalt Solutions, owner and developer of the Idaho Cobalt Project, are being asked to approve a merger with Jervois Mining, an Australian mining and exploration company. The deadline for shareholders to vote on the issue is July 17.
Lightning ignited 11 new fires in the Salmon-Challis National Forest between July 8 and 15. Some have been called out, others are holding steady and others have grown quickly, forest officials report.
Steele Memorial Medical Center in Salmon has been listed as one of the 67 “critical access hospitals to know,” by Becker’s Hospital Review.
BOISE — The first time Deborah Escamilla was ordered to a rider treatment program in 2005, she was not successful.
While it didn’t result in an individual state title, placing fourth in pole bending at the conclusion of the Idaho High School Finals Rodeo on June 15 was a victory in its own right for Jessi Farr.
Two Challis teens who graduated from Challis High School last month were crowned champions at Idaho High School Rodeo Association’s state finals held in Pocatello June 8-15.
Kelli Ann Strand of Challis came home with the first-place trophy from the John Dropping Invitational Junior Championship golf tournament held June 9, 10 and 11 in Boise.
Challis siblings Lane and Kelli Ann Strand are in the midst of a busy summer series of golf competitions, coming off the spring high school season where they were both crowned champs.
Eight Chondo Martial Arts Academy students in Challis were recently promoted after undergoing testing.
Three Challis sixth-graders qualified for the YMCA track and field invitational held on Memorial Day weekend.
At state track Hannah Corrigan and William Ashley brought home the gold.
The lingering snowpack during March and April took its toll on eastern Idaho mule deer with below-average survival rates of fawns.
Challis students involved with the Custer County Coalition lunch and learn program are bound for a four-day Idaho drug-free youth leadership summit in Coeur d’Alene June 18-21.
The 2019 Challis FFA banquet was held on May 2 at the Challis Legion Hall. More than 50 people attended.
There have been seven dropouts at Challis Junior-Senior High School this school year, Student Council President Charlie Bullock told Challis school board members last week. And, he’s been denied a student meeting about it and other issues, he said.
Challis schools will receive $223,000 in federal funds from the Secure Rural Schools Act, formerly known as forest reserve funds, according to school district Business Manager Shawna Getty.
Challis Elementary School students in grades 4 through 6 developed science fair projects for the recent school science fair. Each student conducted his or her own experiment, recorded data and analyzed it to see if it helped to answer the guiding question they had developed.