Updated March 31, 2022
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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Workshop is offered
The University of Idaho Extension in Clearwater County is offering: “Weed Management in Field & Forest . . .
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Prize winners are named
Following is the list of prize winners in the St. Mary’s/Holy Cross Parish Dinner prize drawing. . . .
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Holes is featured artist
Central Idaho Art Association’s (CIAA) celebrating 55 years of promoting artists announces its Annual Spring Show and Sale . . .
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Gymnastics update for Marjorie and Harper
Marjorie Remacle, daughter of William and Diana Remacle, had a rocky start to her springtime competitions. . . .
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Salmon River Art Guild artists featured
Salmon River Art Guild is proud to be one of the featured artists at the Valley Art Center the month of April, with more than 25 pieces. . . .
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Wildland firefighter hazard pay bill signed into law
Governor Brad Little signed House Bill 588 recently, authorizing wildland firefighters to receive hazard pay while working in dangerous conditions. This legislation underpins a movement to modernize the Department of Lands’ (IDL) wildfire management program. . . .
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Pirates win two of four
The Prairie Pirates won their first two game this past week then lost the next two. On Tuesday, March 22 they won a league game against Lapwai 19-4 at Lewiston. On Thursday through Saturday they played in the Southfork Slugfest at Kooskia. On Thursday, March 24, they edged Troy 15-14. On Friday, March 25, they lost to Northstar Charter of Eagle, 3-13. Finally on Saturday, March 26, they lost to Clearwater Valley 2-12.  . . .
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Lady Pirates win 1 of 2
The Prairie Lady Pirates split their first two games of the season. On Wednesday, March 23, they lost their season and league opening game 3-4 to Clearwater Valley at Kooskia. On Monday, March 28 they outlasted Garfield-Palouse 12-11 at Lewiston. . . .
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Prairie has 5 event winners at Kamiah meet
Prairie had 5 event winners at the track meet at Kamiah Tuesday, March 22. . . .
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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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Shown are the Tri-Parish Youths that attended the Idaho Catholic Youth Conference (ICYC). Photo by Debbie Chicane. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Seventh & eighth grade students at St. John Bosco Academy recently dissected steelhead through a program promoted by the Dworshak National Fish Hatchery.  The students are learning about the life cycle, ecology, and anatomy of steelhead.  They also received steelhead eggs which they are raising to be released in May.  The eggs have hatched and used up their yolk sac as food, so the students will begin feeding them.  "The fish need side fins to be able to swim upwards" says Nathan Wassmuth, explaining why most of the fish are clustered at the bottom of their tank.  A few early hatchers have started growing those fins and are able to swim to the top. Pictured are Nathan Wassmuth and Mrs. Abi Haight inspecting a gill. Photo by St. John Bosco Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.





 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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