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A 36-year-old Salmon man was killed Friday night when he failed to negotiate a curve on U.S. Highway 93 and his pickup collided with a pickup that was pulling a trailer.

State legislatures won’t be able to ban the transport of hemp through their states once the U.S. Department of Agriculture publishes hemp production regulations later this year, according to an advisory opinion from a lawyer for the ag department.

In April 2018, 9-year-old Christian Bolling was hiking with his parents and sister in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, near their home in Roanoke. While climbing some boulders, he lost his footing and fell down a rocky 20-foot drop, fracturing both bones in his lower left leg, his wrist, bot…

The eight counties in the Eastern Idaho Public Health District are not being asked to increase their contributions to the district for the coming fiscal year, Geri Rackow told Custer County commissioners June 10. Rackow is the health district director.

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.

High water this Memorial Day weekend will likely put a damper on fishing many local rivers and streams, but fortunately, local ponds and lakes are a good bet for anxious anglers, Mike Demick with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game said.

The Challis-Mackay RiverCats played their final game of the season at the state tournament on May 16 against the would-be state champs, the Melba Mustangs.

You could tell that Challis school board members were a bit jealous of fifth-grade students in Stephanie Strand’s class who reported on their BaseCamp experiences at the board’s June 12 meeting.

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.

Calvin and Jenna McGowan of Challis welcomed a daughter, Macie Jo Jean McGowan, on Feb. 16, 2019.