Updated January 13, 2022

Ski Skoop
Hello, fellow snow lovers!! At the Cottonwood Butte Ski Area this last weekend, many snowboarders and skiers enjoyed a great ski hill with a lodge hosting indoor and outdoor seating with some amazing food and drinks of many varieties that you had better make sure not to miss. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
Kristine Holthaus was sworn in Monday as the newest member of the Cottonwood City Council at their January meeting. . . .
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Adopt a hydrant
Hey folks, credit to Kamiah Fire-Rescue for coming up with an AMAZING idea... . . .
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From the Police Chief
Well folks, Cottonwood and our area has survived another winter storm and multiple closed roads. . . .
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McHugh is promoted
Fennemore announced Tuesday the appointment of John McHugh, as its Denver office managing partner. . . .
 
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10-Week Shoot starts
The 10-week Camas Prairie Trapshoot opened this past Sunday, January 9. . . .
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Pirates win twice
The Prairie Pirates won a pair of road games this past week. On Tuesday, Jan. 4, they traveled to Weippe and defeated Timberline 56-24. On Saturday, Jan. 8, they traveled to Troy and won a league game 62-31. . . .
 
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie Lady Pirates added a pair of wins this past week. On Tuesday, Jan. 4, they hosted Kendrick and won 52-46. On Saturday, Jan. 8, they traveled to Troy and held off the Trojans for a 42-36 league win. . . .
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Patriots lose to C.V.
The St. John Bosco Patriots hosted Clearwater Valley Tuesday, Jan. 4 and the boys and girls teams both lost. The boys lost 62-66 while the girls lost 34-64. . . .
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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. You can also find Jake Wren's Redneck Review on this page. . . .
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The students at Prairie Elementary School participated in a service project for the local food bank. The drive started November 29th and finished December 14th. The student council set the collection as a friendly class competition. The council collected and counted the items, which came to a whopping 1,082 items. It took two cars and one pickup to deliver the goods. The council had a great time being in charge of this project and were very proud to deliver the food. Smiles were big as they enjoyed surprising Mary and Joyce Lorentz with so many boxes filled with goodies. Thank you to all the students and staff who donated food and personal items, which helped fill the shelves.  Coming in 1st place for the competition was the 5th grade with 315 items, 3rd grade collected 168 and 2nd grade collected 152 items. Student council members who organized this project were Reagan Brannan, Mia Anderson, Matthew Jones, Sam Rehder and Austin Labrum. “Giving is not just making a donation; it is about making a difference”. Photo provided by Colleen Sonnen. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Mayor Keith Holcomb swears in new Cottonwood City Councilor Kristine Holthaus Monday, Jan. 10 at the Council meeting. She replaces Pat Holthaus who retired after over 10 years on the Council. Click on each photo for a larger view.


Laney Forsmann is shown with her Academic All-Star plaque from KLEW-TV. Photo by Matt Elven. Click on the photo for a larger view.



A couple of photos of vehicles lining Main Street in Cottonwood after Highway 95 was closed Monday, Jan. 3 south of Cottonwood due to blowing snow. Photos by Marina Geis. Click on each photo for a larger view.


A couple of photos from this past weekend at Cottonwood Butte Ski Area. Photos by April Lustig. Click on each photo for a larger view.




 

 
 

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