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“Just about everything I have now is because of the military,” said Daryn Moorman, a retired Naval officer who served in Afghanistan in 2008.

Custer County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate showed a slight increase from August to September, according to data released by the Idaho Department of Labor.

Anglers can no longer keep any unclipped adult fall Chinook salmon caught on the Salmon or Snake rivers, according to a news release from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

Mackay FFA members cleaned up a stretch of highway on Sept. 17, as they’ve done every year for more than two decades.

There’s no slowing down in Lisa D’Orazio’s fourth-grade classroom at Challis Elementary School — for the teacher or her students.

A new access control system goes into effect at Mackay schools on Monday, Sept. 9, as school district officials continue to look for ways to ensure the security and welfare of students and staff.

Challis students return to their classrooms on Monday, Aug. 26, for a full day of school.

Sarah Baker, University of Idaho extension educator and associate professor in Custer County, received the distinguished service award for Idaho at the National Association of County Agricultural Agents conference held in Fort Wayne in September.