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.
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.
An interagency incident management team has taken over fighting the Rabbit Foot and two other fires in the Panther Creek drainage north of and below Morgan Creek Summit that together have burned about 2,600 acres of timber, grass and brush on the Salmon-Challis National Forest.
Challis senior citizens are prepping for their annual pancake breakfast held during the Braun Brothers Reunion.
The Jinx Club met Aug. 2 at the senior citizen center.
No one is claiming they’ve taught a dog or cat to read — yet — but children who have been reading to the critters this summer at Heart of Idaho Animal Sanctuary are getting a triple benefit from the experience.