maxresdefaultThe earthquake, confirmed by the U.S. Geological Survey, comes roughly two weeks after a 3.7-magnitude quake in the same area. Saturday’s quake was recorded at 10:44 a.m. about four miles east of Challis. It was felt at least as far away as the Treasure Valley, about 120 miles southwest, and possibly in western Montana according to reports on social media. Penny Shinderling, an employee at Lamb’s Foodtown in Challis, told the Statesman that a couple of things fell off shelves in the store but otherwise the quake “just gave us a good shake.” “There is no damage or injury here in Challis. My pharmacy had a few things knocked onto the floor,” Troy Westerberg wrote in an email to the Statesman. “The shaking was severe. It is definitely the talk of the town.” More