The Challis Viking wrestlers host a dual contest against Firth at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22.
The Challis Vikings evenly split their last four games, losing to Salmon and West Jefferson, but grabbing two wins against Taylor’s Crossing.
The Lady Viking JV team had a close game against Mackay on Jan. 13 and ended up losing by a foul shot in the last four seconds of the game.
Youth fishing derbies are planned in Custer and Lemhi counties on Saturday, Feb. 8.
The Challis Lady Vikings came home with a 54-8 win from a Jan. 11 game against Taylor’s Crossing.
Challis Blackheart wrestlers placed 10th at the Canyon Ridge Tournament in Twin Falls last weekend.
The Challis Lady Vikings varsity basketball team had a strong win on Jan. 4 against Watersprings High School.
Results for Challis High School wrestlers the Dec. 20 and 21 Malad Invitational were:
Challis High School hosted the first boys high school basketball game of the new year on Saturday, Jan. 4, playing the Watersprings Warriors from the Idaho Falls area.
A green jacket. A heart-melting embrace. A stirring return to the top of golf by one of the sport's all-time greats.
Most Idaho hunting and fishing licenses expired Dec. 31 and Fish and Game officials recommend not waiting to buy new ones.
About 21 mule deer fawns and 30 elk calves will be collared as part of a survey conducted by Idaho Fish and Game staff to track animal populations.
Skiers, snowshoers and other winter recreationists can now get daily forecasts for the Sawtooth National Forest from the Sawtooth Avalanche Center.
Matt Dungan’s highly successful ice fishing gear business started when he was a boy trapping possums in the woods of Tennessee.
Anglers are limited to keeping just one steelhead per day during the spring steelhead season that opens Jan. 1 along sections of the Salmon, Little Salmon and Snake rivers.
The loop road at Craters of the Moon will close when snow falls, but employees at the national preserve will hold several activities and events through the holiday season.
Several youths advanced to a higher belt level after Nov. 6 testing at Chondo Martial Arts Academy in Challis.
Public input related to the need for outfitter and guide services in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area is being sought by forest officials.
BOISE — Fisheries managers are optimistic a program to save imperiled Snake River sockeye salmon is heading in the right direction despite few of the ocean-going fish making it back to central Idaho this year.
The Challis High School wrestling team will bring 16 boys to its annual Challis Take-down Tournament against the Salmon Savages at 6 p.m Tuesday, Dec. 3, to kick off the season.
The Lost Rivers Pirates beat the Wilder Wildcats 36-6 in the second round of the 1A, Division 1 football playoffs, maintaining their undefeated record and qualifying for the state championship game to be held at 7 p.m. Friday Nov. 22 in Moscow’s Kibbie Dome.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s wild steelhead monitoring infrastructure has been improved with the addition of a fish-detection system in Marsh Creek, a tributary of the Middle Fork Salmon River.
Idaho fish managers have found another way to track juvenile Chinook in the Salmon and Lemhi rivers.
Challis High School senior Lane Strand organized and hosted the Dan Strand Viking Memorial golf tournament on Sept. 21 at the Challis Golf Course.
Stanley youth Grady Klingler won two medals at an Oct. 5 competition at the Idaho Taekwondo Training Center tournament.
The Lady Vikings ended their volleyball season with losses at the High Desert conference tournament.
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.
The Challis Vikings (0-4) took on the Watersprings Warriors (2-2) Oct. 4 in Challis, with the home team losing 70-0.
A busy week of volleyball left the Lady Vikings still looking for a win.
The Challis Vikings had a tough homecoming football game Sept. 27 against the Raft River Trojans, falling 56-0.
The sea of pink in Dow Dean Gymnasium never ceases to impress all who are part of it and see it.
A bull moose was poached and left to spoil near Mackay and Idaho Fish and Game personnel are asking for help from the public to find the shooter.
The Lady Vikings met conference foe Butte County High School on Sept. 19 in a road game. Challis lost 0-3 with set scores 14-25, 13-25, 12-25.
Two pheasant hunting opportunities for kids in Salmon and Challis are planned on Saturday, Oct. 5.
The Challis Vikings fell to the Oakley Hornets 70-18 in a home game Sept. 20.
The Challis Vikings fell 50-8 to the North Gem Cowboys on Sept. 13 in Challis.
Nine teams of golfers gathered at the Challis Golf Course to raise money, play golf and enjoy a beautiful day Sept. 14.
Challis runners competed with cross country competitors from around the area in a Sept. 14 meet at Challis Hot Springs. The Challis middle school girls finished second as a team.
People have until Sept. 25 to comment on rule changes proposed by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
With recent approval from the National Marine Fisheries Service for Idaho’s fall Chinook fishing season, anglers should be aware of some changes on the Clearwater River and modifications to the daily and possession limits in all of the state’s fall Chinook fisheries.
The Challis Lady Vikings played their first full match of the season against the Salmon Savages on Sept. 5 and won 3-1, with set scores of 25-16, 25-18, 17-25, 25-16.
The Challis Vikings hosted the Grace Grizzlies for the season-opening football game Sept. 6 and lost 56-6.
Most years Idaho Fish and Game’s hatchery managers wait patiently for Chinook salmon to return to hatcheries, but this summer, they gave them a helping hand at the Sawtooth Hatchery.
Four area ponds are scheduled to be stocked with trout between Sept. 9 and 13, according to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
Consider this. Challis lost two games by a total of eight points in 2018.
First-time hunters have a final opportunity to complete a mandatory hunter education course before the fall big game seasons begin.
Kelli Ann Strand of Challis wrapped up her summer golf season by being chosen the Idaho Diamond Line Player of the Year by the Idaho Golf Association for 15-18-year-old girls.
An illegally killed pronghorn buck was discovered near Stanley Aug. 14 by Idaho Department of Fish and Game officers.
Kelli Ann Strand ended up with a three-day total of 209 — 7 under par — to win the season-ending Idaho Junior Amateur golf tournament earlier this month.
A hunter education class is scheduled in Mackay from Wednesday, Aug. 21, through Thursday, Aug. 29.
Challis and Salmon anglers can try to catch a giant trout in Blue Mountain Pond in Challis or Hayden or Kids Creek ponds in Salmon, Idaho Department of Fish and Game Biologist Mike Demick said.