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HEADLINES FOR THE EDITION OF THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018

PAYETTE LAKE TRAIL REACHES 6 MILES
Loop around lake is planned for 33 miles

Construction of the Payette Lake Trail is on schedule with a six-mile segment of new multi-use trail on the west side of the lake just completed...

  CLEAN SWEEP - Louise Laduke and Rod Dines from the McCall Mixers sweep in front of a stone to reduce friction during the McCall Curling Club’s Rocktoberspiel tournament held last weekend at Manchester Ice and Event Centre in McCall. Six McCall teams competed against teams from Boise, Spokane/Coeur d’Alene, Ogden and Park City in Utah, and Wine Country in California.

Photo by Melissa Shelby/For The Star-News
 

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