Updated January 5, 2017
Ski Skoop
Excellent snow conditions made for a record number of skiers and snowboarders over Christmas Break at the Cottonwood Butte Ski Area  . . .
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2016 the year in review
This is the completion of our annual look back at the past year in headlines from the Cottonwood Chronicle. . . .
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Quilters breakfast for VFW set for Jan. 22
Well, time marches on and here it is 2017; nearly time for the VFW sponsored breakfast cooked by the Prairie Quilters. . . .
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PeeWee basketball signups set
The Prairie coaches, Kevin Chaffee and Lori Mader, along with their staff and many high school players, are offering the Prairie Peewee basketball program again this year. . . .
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C game at Moscow cancelled
The boys C game at Moscow has been cancelled due to injuries leading to a shortage of players. The JV game will start at 5:30 p.m. . . .
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C game vs. Kamiah cancelled
The Prairie Girls Basketball C team game against Kamiah set for January 17 has been cancelled due to a lack of players for Kamiah. . . .
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Wrestling Schedule
The Prairie wrestling team schedule. . . .
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Summit news
The Summit girls basketball schedule . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Cottonwood Chronicle. . . .
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It was a big Christmas weekend for Ralph and Debbie Stubbers. Not only were the kids home for Christmas, they received a Century Farm certificate and plaque from the Idaho State Historical Society (ISHS), the Idaho Department of Agriculture and the Governorís office. The award is given to a family that has held its farm in the family for 100 or more years. So far they have recognized over 400 Century Farms in Idaho.  Earl Bennett of Genesee had the privilege of officiating the ceremony on behalf of the ISHS. He said it is the first such award he has given on Christmas day. IDs are 1--David Stubbers, 2--Juliana DeBlois, 3--Aidan DeBlois,  4--Jason Stubbers, 5--Heidi McRoberts , 6--Debbie Stubbers, 7--James Stubbers, 8--Rachel Stubbers, 9--Gerard DeBlois,  10--Anna DeBlois, 11--Lydia McRoberts, 12--Sydney McRoberts, 13--Ralph Stubbers, 14--Craig Stubbers. Photo by Earl Bennett.Click on the photo for a larger view.

Skiers at Cottonwood Butte wait to get taken to the top of the hill. Photo by April Lustig. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Trevor Ray Dreadfulwater was the first baby to be born in 2017 at St. Maryís Hospital. Trevor, the son of Tim and Rae Daun Dreadfulwater of Grangeville, arrived at 2:22 a.m. on January 3, 2017. He is shown at left with his parents.Paternal grandparents are Lonnie and Susan of Grangeville while maternal grandparents are Delvin and Reneí, also of Grangeville. Click on the photo for a larger view.

You can get an idea how much snow weíve had by the size of the pile on the west end of The Tire Guy lot. As you can see the top of the pile isnít far from the bottom of the candy cane Christmas decoration on the pole. And despite the size of the pile there was still a good size berm down the middle of Main Street which was a good 2+ feet high and 4-5 feet wide (berm was removed by ITD on Wednesday). Click on the photo for a larger view.


The photos above and below are more highlight photos from 2016. Above is shown the bus shop and garage built near the football field this past summer. Photos by Rene' Forsmann. Click on each photo for a larger view.

The BLM had a new office building built this past year. Above it is shown as the roof was being put on. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
The new handicapped ramp and railing leading to the basement of the Community Hall. The ramp is to replace the elevator which never really worked like it was supposed to. The Hall also got a new kitchen in the basement as it was renovated to serve as the site for the Senior Citizen lunch program. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 

The Cottonwood Community Hall basement was upgraded to serve as a Senior Center. Part of the upgrade was redoing the kitchen in the basement. top photo is the east side of the kitchen while the lower photo shows the southwest corner. Click on each photo for a larger view.
 
The Summit Academy Patriots earned the Consolation Trophy, equivalent of 4th place, at the State Tournament this past March. From left are assistant coach Kim Frei, Luke Wassmuth, Justin Wassmuth, Dylan Krogh, Patrick Chmelik, Tyler Krogh, Dean Stubbers, Caleb Currier, Chris Osborne, Jake Stubbers and head coach Ron Frei.Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
Ryan and Heather Uhlenkott purchased Nuxoll Shell from Don and Wanda Nuxoll effective Nov. 1. Here the new signage was going up. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 
 

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