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The Salmon-Challis National Forest is looking for motivated and qualified individuals to join our range monitoring teams. A number and variety of positions will be open in Leadore, Challis and Mackay, ID.  Most will require previous experience; the GS-3 positions which require the least experience are likely limited to one opening at each location.

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The Salmon-Challis National Forest is looking for interested and qualified people to help with our weed management work between May and October, 2015.   A number and variety of positions will be open in Salmon and Challis, ID.  Please see the attached announcement for a description of the work and how to apply.  Applications are online only and the opportunity to apply is coming quickly - as ea

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Salmon Hockey's 2014 season kicked off over the weekend with two high school boy (division: Midgets) games against Butte, Montana. All ages of hockey players were able to get on the ice as of last Monday, after a crew of volunteers and rink manager Bob Barningham toiled for days to make ice for the rink.

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Bargain hunters and book lovers take note: the Salmon Public Library will once again hold a second Library Book Sale this year, on the weekend of November 21 and 22. All proceeds will be placed in the New Library Building Fund. Take advantage of this time to stock up on some absorbing reading material for the winter months!

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 Lemhi County celebrated 4-H achievement in 2014 on Saturday, September 13 with an awards picnic at the Lemhi County fairgrounds.  The Achievement Awards ceremony serves to close out our fair season and the 4-H membership year.  We recognize those members and leaders who have put hours of hard work into their projects and club activities. 

Lemhi County 4-H Style Revue, held Monday, August 11 in the Salmon Episcopal Church of the Redeemer Parish Hall, was the culmination of an afternoon of interviews on clothing construction, and modeling preparation.  The afternoon began with judging and interviews for each participant, where the 4-Her detailed the method of construction for their sewing project.  Divided into three judging group

Local painter and artist Nancy Houver won a Red Ribbon, a Judges Choice Blue Ribbon, and a Grand Class Reserve Champion at the Lemhi County Fair for her gorgeous acrylic painting "Cochin Hen".  Nancy has graciously agreed to donate limited edition, signed and numbered prints of her painting to the Salmon Public Library to help raise money for the New Library Building Fund.  Prints will




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