Earthquake rocks Idaho and surrounding states

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

At 5:52 p.m. on Tuesday March 31st, Idaho and states throughout the Northwest were shaken by a 6.5 magnitude earthquake. The earthquake occurred 73 miles from Challis Idaho at a depth of 10 kilometers according to the USGS. A report by KTVB says the Custer County Sheriff's Office has not received any reports of structure damage at this time.

This is a developing story and we will update it as information becomes available.

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  • Stephanie will gather any additional information for next weeks paper. We are thankful there are no reports of damage or injury in our area. It has been reported early this morning up to 30 aftershocks so far. If you have a story to share post it here. It definitely got my attention. My husband is from CA and he has experienced much more, but other than being here in 83 for the last one felt in our local area it was a disturbing second experience for me. Please continue your social distancing and home in place unless you are work essential. Itís been a week for sure. Take care. B

    -- Posted by Brenda M Fincher Publisher MHNews on Wed, Apr 1, 2020, at 6:17 AM
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