The first tractor-driving contest at the Custer County Fair went well, and organizer Trent Van Leuven is already planning a bigger and better event for next year.
A 53-year-old man who moved to Challis from Twin Falls in 2017 filed a civil lawsuit in January against the city of Challis, Challis Joint School District No. 181 and the Custer County sheriff. Two of the three parties have since been dismissed from the case.
A new report from the Idaho Department of Labor predicts the continued trend of more growth in Idaho’s urban areas while many rural counties and communities are projected to lose residents.
Four informational sessions for veterans are scheduled in Custer, Butte and Lemhi counties next week.
Margaret Fuller is to discuss the 437 Idaho trails she has hiked and written about at a Saturday, Aug. 11, event in Stanley.
Current dry conditions which are resulting in high fire risk throughout Idaho have prompted two government entities to implement emergency fire restrictions.
Judge Stevan Thompson ordered a young man who shot and severely wounded another young man last summer to increase his monthly restitution payments from $100 to $200.