The Challis Blackheart wrestlers spent part of their Christmas break traveling to the Buhl Invitational tournament on Jan. 4 and 5. Several wrestlers came home with medals,
Mackay voters in 2019 will decide whether to implement a 3 percent resort tax on certain items, following recent action by the City Council.
Evidence from crimes collected by the Custer County Sheriff’s Office that’s ready to be returned to owners can now be picked up on Wednesday afternoons.
Salmon-Challis National Forest officials would like public comments by mid-February about a wilderness inventory and evaluation process that will shape any recommendation they make regarding future wilderness designation in the forest.
Enough snow has finally fallen to allow Chipmunk Hill to open at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 11 for skiing.
BOISE (AP) — The day before he was sworn in as Idaho’s new governor, Brad Little said he’s committed to implementing a voter-approved expansion of Medicaid coverage but has concerns about the specifics of how it’s done.
Participation is down by an “alarming rate” compared to 2010 in at least one critical health program in the eight-county area that includes Custer, according to Eastern Idaho Public Health officials: the supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children.
The Challis Blackheart wrestlers traveled to the Malad wrestling tournament Dec. 14 and 15.
Last week the Challis Vikings took on the Mackay Miners at home and the North Fremont Huskies in a road game, splitting with a victory against Mackay and a loss to North Fremont.
The Challis Lady Vikings traveled to North Fremont and lost a close game by a mere four points.
Challis Blackheart wrestlers hosted a takedown tournament and chili feed on Nov. 27.
The Challis Vikings took on the Salmon Savages in their first regular season game on Dec. 5.
The Challis Lady Vikings pulled off a close victory against the Aberdeen Lady Tigers in a road game.
Eight Challis High School football players earned all-conference honors in the Snake River Conference.
An expanded lease between the Challis school district and the Bureau of Land Management means an additional $52,742 in revenue annually, school board members learned last week.
Challis High School students who took the ACT standardized test to assess college readiness scored slightly behind their statewide peers on average composite scores for each of the past five years, a report shows.
Challis school board members have approved an increase from half-time to three-quarters time for the two Stanley School teachers.
Challis Junior and Senior High School students heard from Monte Stiles during Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 29-Nov. 1.
Challis sixth-graders trekked through parts of Yellowstone National Park in October as part of the Expedition:Yellowstone program.
An admission fee to junior high athletic events in Challis is needed, school board members were told by Superintendent Lani Rembelski.
Auditor Dan Coleman gave Challis Joint School District No. 181 trustees a glowing review of the district’s finances last month, saying Business Manager Shawna Getty’s books were in better shape than some accountants’.