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Soren Choate and Geneva posed as Hansel and Gretel while Eliott Choate dressed as Emmett from “The Lego Movie.”
Saturday, November 2, 2019


It takes a 100-pound child 44 hours of walking to burn off the calories in the average amount of candy collected on Halloween, according to a report by UPI.

That’s three cups of sugar or 169 sugar cubes.

Wood River Valley children got off to a good start as they rambled up and down Hailey’s streets for two hours on Halloween Day, collecting candy from the likes of Rachel Lee’s Capt. Spaulding outside Jane’s Artifacts and Vicki Ebert, who has been handing out candy outside Luke’s Pharmacy for seven years.

Justin, Marley Solaas and Mariah Wooley took to the streets as Beauty and the Beast and the Beast Baby.

“I’m a good witch, a giving witch,” she said.

Americans buy 90 million pounds of chocolate and enough candy corn to circle the earth 4.25 times, according to Mental Floss.

And it won’t be long before manufacturers start gearing up for next year’s Halloween.

Hershey’s begins producing Halloween candy six months in advance to ensure the candy makes it into stores by the end of summer.

Fernando Hurtado looked the part of a businessman while his sister Octavio took the time-honored role of a witch.
The panda and the avocado got out of Hailey Elementary just in time for the big shindig.

Jared and Sasha Hill get ready for the onslaught at Wood River Dental Care.

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