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HEADLINES FOR THE EDITION OF THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2018

STREETSIDE RECYCLING KICKED
TO THE CURB

McCall council told market for recyclables is in flux

Plans to provide streetside recycling service in McCall were put on hold indefinitely last week by the McCall City Council...

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  SCIENCE PALOOZA! - Aidan Calkins, a student at of Payette Lakes Middle School, shows the wings of a bat to fifth graders from Barbara R. Morgan Elementary School, from left, Jordyn Steers, Stephenie Siuce, Bella Potts, and Isabel Auth. The bat station was part of the Science Palooza event held last Thursday at the middle school, where seventh and eighth graders created hands-on stations for the fifth graders with the theme of science, technology, engineering and math. The bat was provided by graduate students at University of Idaho‚Äôs McCall Outdoor Science School.

Photo by Gary Ertter, for The Star-News
 

OPINION

Plan now to prevent a disaster

The ground may be frozen and snow-covered, but now is the time for people to start thinking about how to prevent a blazing summer wildfire from roaring through their neighborhoods...

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EVENTS

One Week To Go

A preview of the full slate of 2018 Winter Carnival events...

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