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HEADLINES: THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2019

WAKE BOATS CENTER OF LAKE RULES DISCUSSION
1,000-foot no-wake zone
targets erosion, damage

Boats that create large wakes to allow surfing behind them would be kept 1,000 feet from shore on Payette Lake and Lake Cascade under rules proposed by Valley County...

  QUAFF-OFF - Bob Looper of McCall focuses on catching a beer mug during the Idaho State Championship Gelande Quaff held Saturday at Brundage Mountain Resort. The event, which celebrated the end of the 2018-19 ski season, saw team members slide a full mug of beer down a long table, catch the mug, and drink the beer. Rounds were timed and points awarded for each mug caught, beer consumed without spillage and the level of style employed. The event was won by Looper and his team, “The Geezers,” which included John Francis of Boise, Steve White of McCall, and Blake Hanks of McCall.

Photo by Chelsea Tuttle/For The Star-News
 

OPINION

When it is good to be in the dark

The City of Cascade has successfully placed almost all of Valley County in the dark - and that’s a good thing...

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PREP SPORTS

Rambler track moms
lace 'em up

When other teams didn't show, a group of Cascade track moms stepped in...

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