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JOSH McDONALD

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Wallace passes noise ordinance
June 18, 2024 1 a.m.

Wallace passes noise ordinance

The new ordinance was a revised version after the original draft ordinance had been heavily scrutinized by locals, concerned by how it could potentially impact businesses in Wallace’s commercial district.

Moon Pass expected to reopen in July
June 18, 2024 1 a.m.

Moon Pass expected to reopen in July

A rockslide that blocked the road over Moon Pass has been cleared and crews expect to have the roadway opened early next month, according to Shoshone County Planning and Zoning Director Jessica Stutzke.

One of the Silver Valley's finest: Sgt. Maj. David Nimrick
June 14, 2024 1 a.m.

One of the Silver Valley's finest: Sgt. Maj. David Nimrick

On Wednesday, David Nimrick graduated from the Sergeants Major Academy and was promoted to Sergeant Major in the United States Army.

Favorite things about the Silver Valley: Elmer's Fountain
June 14, 2024 1 a.m.

Favorite things about the Silver Valley: Elmer's Fountain

The Silver Valley is full of special places. Many of them are front and center in the community, but some of them are hidden in plain sight. One of the more unique spots is Elmer’s Fountain.

Kellogg hopes to grow Fourth of July celebration
June 14, 2024 1 a.m.

Kellogg hopes to grow Fourth of July celebration

The city of Kellogg is making a concerted effort to revive its annual Fourth of July celebration. After years of hit-or-miss events, Kellogg community planner Monica Miller has put together a plan that she hopes will revitalize the holiday in the Silver Valley.

Shoshone County hosting free weed spray events
June 11, 2024 1 a.m.

Shoshone County hosting free weed spray events

The Shoshone County Noxious Weed Advisory Board has three free spray days they hope the public takes advantage of in the coming weeks.

Colburn elected ISAA President
June 11, 2024 1 a.m.

Colburn elected ISAA President

Silver Mountain General Manager Jeff Colburn was recently elected to become the new president of the Idaho Ski Areas Association Board of Directors.

Gyro Days begin this week
June 11, 2024 1 a.m.

Gyro Days begin this week

The event kicks off Wednesday afternoon club members will be live in Downtown Wallace generating excitement for the official commencement of the festival on Thursday – during the live event, viewers will get a chance to preview some of the attractions of the days ahead, including food, beverages, a few jokes and games, and even be a few Lead Creek Derby tickets will be available.

Betting on himself
June 7, 2024 2:46 p.m.

Betting on himself

Longtime coach and AD Stetson Spooner resigns from Mullan School District

Spooner served the district as head football coach, athletic director, and the small district’s P.E. and health teacher, but decided to step down from all positions at the conclusion of the 2023/24 school year.

BOCC looking for more office space
June 7, 2024 1 a.m.

BOCC looking for more office space

Concerns over open meeting laws and privacy highlighted

The Shoshone Board of County Commissioners elected to pause discussions about remodeling their office on Tuesday morning.

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