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§ Some Upland Game Seasons are Still Open

§ Don’t Forget to Report on Deer, Elk, Pronghorn Tags

§ It’s Not Too Soon to Enter Super Hunt

§ Ask Fish and Game: Elk Tags

Some Upland Game Seasons are Still Open

Though many big game seasons are winding up, many upland game seasons are still open including several upland birds as well as cottontail rabbits and snowshoe hares.

- Some Upland Game Seasons are Still Open - Don’t Forget to Report on Deer, Elk, Pronghorn Tags - It’s Not Too Soon to Enter Super Hunt - Ask Fish and Game: Elk Tags Though many big game seasons are winding up, many upland game seasons are still open including several upland birds as well as cottontail rabbits and snowshoe hares.

Christmas is almost here and for many that means trying to find just the right gift for their “horsie” friends, but what? They have tons of “horsie” tee and sweat shirts, enough halters for a dozen horses and more model horses and trinkets then anyone can use. Of course almost every horse person would love a new saddle, therapeutic saddle pads or new show clothes, but these items are usually out of price range for general gift giving. So what other things might be appreciated by horse folks?

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The U.S. government proposed protecting old-growth forests in Idaho and Washington state on Tuesday to save the nation's dwindling population of mountain caribou, popularly known as wild reindeer. Under the plan, roughly 375,000 acres of mostly U.S. Forest Service land in the Selkirk Mountains in northern Idaho and northeastern Washington would be designated as critical habitat for the reclusive caribou. 

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In the November 24 edition of the Recorder Herald a story headline incorrectly stated the city is adding a new ‘sewer’ pond to its wastewater system. That is not the case. The city is planning, with the proper permits, to create a second waste water pond to use for the sole purpose of collecting waste water from the city’s Water Treatment Plant.

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by Kimberly Nelson, USFS District Ranger

This holiday season, consider a monetary gift in honor of a loved one, friend or co-worker.

To make your gift, just make a piece of paper out with the information of who to send acknowledgement to and send or return it to LASP.

After receipt of your donation, After School Promise will send the recipient a personalized gift card and note and you will receive a donation receipt.

The LASP program provides services to positively develop Salmon area youth through: academic assistance, violence and drug prevention Education, social skill development, enrichment activities and by combating hunger through free meals during after school and throughout the summer months.

Donations are tax-deductible.

Send donations to:
Lemhi’s After School Promise
PO Box 24 Salmon, ID 83467

PHONE: 940-0409

or Email: lasp@custertel.net

Off Site Article: 
Healthy Christmas

1. Shop Local

Small businesses are the lifeblood of our communities. On November 26, make a pledge to shop small on Small Business Saturday. If millions of people shop small, it will be huge. Visit and buy just 1 item from your favorite local business on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. You'll be giving back to the community and saving time and fossil fuels by not driving to Idaho Falls or another shopping destination. If you need ideas, check out the new Driggs Downtown shopping guide.

2. Give Change

Instead of giving another pair of socks or a talking iphone to that person who has everything, give one of these "no gift wrap required" donations or services. Give needy families the gift of self-reliance and hope with Heifer International. Your gift will help provide livestock, seeds, or training to a family struggling with hunger and poverty. Give your family the opportunity to use green power by signing up for the Green Power program from Fall River Electric. Give experiences. Instead of creating and using more *stuff*, give something that is consumed or experienced like a massage, special dark chocolate, or a date night without the kids. In this busy world, our time and attention can be more valuable than any *thing* from the store. Give to their favorite non-profit. Of course we had to include this great gift idea! Add a name to the "in honor of" box for your donation to TVCR and we'll send a custom thank you card (on recycled paper of course) to the recipient.

3. Recycle Wrapping Paper

Between Thanksgiving and New Year's day, Americans throw away a million extra tons [900,000 metric tons] of garbage each week, including holiday wrapping and packaging, according to Robert Lilienfeld, co-author of the book Use Less Stuff: Environmental Solutions for Who We Really Are. Why not recycle holiday gift wrap?

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