Updated April 1, 2021

Easter Egg Hunts set for Saturday
Three local community Easter Egg Hunts are scheduled for Saturday. . . .
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Adam Forsmann named Father of the Year
To My Wonderful Dad  . . .
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Laura Rose named Mother of the Year
The old Elementary School Building is getting turned into a 10 plex. They will be all 2 bedroom units with 1 bath. . . .
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April events for Tri-Parish Youth
This month brings with it words like, hope, salvation, resurrection, and joy.  . . .
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New business opens Thursday
Coyote’s Coffee is set to open for business Thursday, April 1, in the former Carwash location. . . . .
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Uptmor places 15th at Conference Meet
This past Friday, March 26, Prairie graduate Chaye Uptmor traveled with her team from College of Idaho  to the Conference Championships in Lewiston. . . .
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Marji Remacle wins All-Around gold at Kennewick meet
This weekend 360 Gymnastics traveled to Kennewick, WA, to take part in the All-American Gymnastics Star-Spangled Showdown.  . . .
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Just for the Hill of It Bike Ride set for June 5
The 2021 Just for the Hill of It Bike Ride, a benefit for Hospice at Syringa Hospital, will be held Saturday, June 5.  . . .
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Pirates win at Kamiah
An outstanding pitching outing from Chase Kaschmitter helped the Prairie baseball team pull out an 8-2 win at Kamiah Friday, March 26. . . .
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Shears named first team All-State
Madison Shears, last season’s 1A Division I player of the year, has been named to the All-State First Team again this year by the Idaho Statestman. . . .
Also on this page is the updated Prairie Softball schedule with several changes due to shortage of umpires. . . .
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Coppernoll in discus, girls 4x200 relay win at Kamiah
Matt Coppernoll in the discus and the girls 4x200 relay each took first place at the March 23 track meet held at Kamiah. . . .
Also at the bottom of this page is the Prairie Junior High Track 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. You can also find Jake Wren's Redneck Review on this page. . . .
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Adam Forsmann was named Father of the Year at the Prairie League’s combined Daddy Date Night/Mother Daughter Tea this past Saturday. See his daughter Laney Forsmann’s winning essay in article at left. Photo by Cara Uhlenkott.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

Laura Rose, right, was named Mother of the Year at the Prairie League’s combined Daddy Date Night/Mother Daughter Tea. See her daughter Ci-Ci Chavez’ winning essay in the article at left. Photo by Cara Uhlenkott.  Click on the photo for a larger view.


Prairie boys basketball awards were presented Tuesday, March 24. Standing from left are the varsity winners: Zach Rambo, Top Defender; Tyler Wemhoff, Pirate Award; Wyatt Ross, Most Improved; Lane Schumacher, Coaches Award and Cole Schlader, Most Valuable. Kneeling are the JV winners. From left are Travis Alfrey, Pirate Award; Colton McElroy, Top Defender and Coaches Award; Lee Forsmann, Most Valuable and Ethan Thompson, Most Improved. All except the Coaches Awards were voted on by the players. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Madison Shears, flanked by her family, signed a letter of intent to play basketball at the College of Idaho. Standing from left are Keenan, Erin, David and Carter Shears. Madison will be joining fellow seniors Cole Martin and Dean Johnson at C of I. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Senior Awards for Prairie League were given out at the Daddy Date Night/Mother Daughter Tea on Saturday. Winners are pictured above and from left with awards earned are: Miss One of a Kind is a girl who is confident in who she is and doesn’t need to follow the crowd to be accepted. This year’s Miss One of a Kind is Pixie Jones. This senior girl best demonstrates the qualities of sportsmanship, charity, patience, originality, unity, leadership, enthusiasm, loyalty, responsibility, creativity, and education. This year’s Girl of the Year is Kelly Stubbers. Miss Responsibility is a girl you can count on.  She takes and completes tasks quickly and efficiently. This year’s Miss Responsibility is Kyleigh Duclos. Miss Sportsmanship is a girl who demonstrates dignity, pride, and respect for her community, her school, her teammates, and herself including observance of the rules of fair play, respect for others, and graciousness in losing. This year’s Miss Sportsmanship is Madison Shears. Miss Charity is a girl who does not judge and shows love and respect for all other people regardless of their backgrounds or circumstances. This year’s Miss Charity is Sierra McWilliams. Miss Leadership is a girl who can guide, direct, and influence people graciously with fairness and compassion, and who has earned the respect of others. This year’s Miss Leadership is Ellea Uhlenkott. Photos by Cara Uhlenkott. Below is another photo of the Senior Award winners. Click on each photo for a larger view.

Pictured from left in this photo are Sierra McWilliams, Ellea Uhlenkott, Pixie Jones, Kyleigh Duclos, Madison Shears and Kelly Stubbers.




 
 
 
 

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