Updated March 30, 2017
Blood drive set for Monday
The Cottonwood Community blood drive is scheduled for April 3, 2017 from 11:45 am to 6:00 pm. at the Community Hall. . . .
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Walk the Prairie for Health
The Partnership for Healthy Communities, a collaboration of 5 health systems and 2 community service organizations (Clearwater Human Needs Council, Clearwater Valley Hospital & Clinics, Grangeville Human Needs Council, Idaho North Central Public Health District, Nimiipuu Health, Snake River Community Clinic, St. Maryís Hospital & Clinics, and Syringa Hospital & Clinics), will be sponsoring seven walks on the prairie in an effort to promote physical activity and raise awareness about the need for movement in our lives. . . .
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Have you claimed the Google listing for your business?
No matter whether a business or organization has a website or not they are most likely automatically listed on Google Search. . . .
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April events for Tri-Parish Youth
The month of April is finally upon on which hopefully brings with it the warmth of the sun and the feeling of Spring. . . .
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The LCSC Report
Three classes in April offered through the LCSC Grangeville Outreach. . . .
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Cleave Eimers featured
Another of the founding members of the CIAA is featured this week. . . .
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Three named to all-state teams
Three Prairie players have been named to the Idaho Statesmanís 1-A Division 1 All-State basketball teams. . . .
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Wet weather continues to affect forest roads
Two roads have been closed to due slides and debris on the Moose Creek Ranger District. . . .
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Small business development workshops offered
The Region II Idaho Small Business Development Center at Lewis-Clark State College is offering four workshops during the month of April, . . .
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Jerry Johnson Hot Springs affected by runoff
Lochsa-Powell Ranger District staff said Friday that largest upper Pool at the Jerry Johnson hot springs was not impacted by the recent high water event. The District had received reports from visitors earlier this week that the user-created pools had all filled with sediment. . . .
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Pirates open with 2 wins
The Prairie baseball team opened their season with a pair of league wins beating Nezperce 15-4 at Kamiah Tuesday, March 21 and C.V. 6-1 at Kooskia Thursday, March 23. . . .
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Lady Pirates win opener
After having 3 games cancelled due to wet fields the Prairie Lady Pirates finally got a game in and won a wild game at Culdesac by a score of 12-10 in their season and league opener Thursday, March 23. . . .
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Higgins, Glimp, 2 relays take firsts at Kamiah meet
Prairie had 4 first place finishes at an 11-school track meet at Kamiah Thursday, March 23. . . .
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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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The Idaho County Princess Tea Party, which took place on March 19th at the community hall, was a huge success! The Idaho County Fair Royalty would like to thank all of the little princess's and their parents who participated in the event, along with our adviser Karla Enneking, who helped us  organized the whole event. We hope that everyone had a good time and thank you again for making the event possible! Photo provided by Selena Davila. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Partnership for Healthy Communities Walk the Priarie for Health events start this Saturday. Above is the full schedule of walks this Spring. See story above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Prairie boys basketball players who received awards last Friday, March 24. Front from left are Brandon Anderson, varsity co-captain and defensive player; Lucas Wemhoff, varsity Pirate award; Tanner Hibbard, JV defensive player and Dylan Schumacher, JV assists award, co-captain and co-MVP. Back from left are Carson Schmidt, JV most improved and Pirate award; Spencer Schumacher Varsity 6th man and idahosports.com state tournament 6th man; Devin Ross, JV steals, co-captain and co-MVP; Gavin Branson, varsity assists leader; Tyson Schlader, varsity steals, co-captain and all-star game selection; Hunter Chaffee, varsity co-captain, offensive player, idahosports.com 2nd team all-state tournament; state 2nd team and all-WPL team; Derik Shears, JV rebounds award; and Patrick Chmelik, varsity rebounds, MVP, idahosports.com 2nd team all-state tournament team; 2nd team all-state; District 2 all-star participant; Border Battle all-star participant. Also of note, a couple weeks ago we speculated Chaffee had set a school record for 3-pointers with 63. Coach Kevin Chaffee said their stats had him with 65 on 42% shooting from 3-point range. We canít say for sure itís a school record but we canít remember any Prairie player who was as consistent game-to-game from beyond the arc as Chaffee was this season. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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