Updated April 28, 2022
Lockett is Mother of the Year
Following is the essay written by Kaylie Lockett that earned her mother Cassi the Mother of the Year award at the Mother Daughter Tea. . . .
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8 qualify for Nationals
The week of April 13th-15th eight HOSA members traveled down to Boise for our State Leadership Conference. . . .
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Idaho County 4-H Party is held
The Annual Idaho County 4-H Party was held on Saturday, April 23, 2022, at the Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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KC Breakfast prices change
Due to increasing costs the Knights of Columbus have had to raise the prices for the monthly breakfasts . . .
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Pirates win 3 of 4
The Prairie baseball team played a pair of doubleheaders in the past week. On Saturday, April 23, they split a doubleheader against Troy in what turned out to be their first home games of the season, 4-5 and 7-0. On Monday, April 25, also at Cottonwood, they swept the Nighthawks 28-3 and 25-5 allowing just 1 hit each game. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 4 of 6
The Prairie Lady Pirates played 3 doubleheaders this past week. On Tuesday, April 19 they swept Lewis County at Nezperce 16-12 and 19-4. On Friday, April 22 at Kendrick, they got swept 2-21 and 3-17. On Monday, April 25 they swept Troy 19-1 and 30-7 at Cottonwood. . . .
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Track team competes at 2 meets; Two break school records at Junior High meets
The Prairie track team competed in a pair of track meets this past week. They were at the White Pine League Meet Saturday, April 23 at Kamiah and then at a meet they hosted Monday, April 25. . . .
The Prairie Junior High track team has competed at 2 meets so far this season. On Tuesday, April 12 they were at Kamiah and on Thursday, April 21 they were at Cottonwood. . . .
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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 City of Cottonwood extends our gratitude to Northwest Farm Credit Services for their continued support of our community.  The awarded $2,500 grant will be used towards the purchase of safe playground equipment for the second phase of the city park project. The park is in need of improved playground structures which would accommodate more children at one time and a wider level of age groups.  A vibrant park space benefits the community while providing physical activity for our children and will be a great asset to our community for many years.  We are very grateful for this grant! Pictured from left are committee members Amber Nuxoll and Jenny Rad, Jamie Oliver of  Northwest Farm Credit, Cottonwood City Council member Linda Nida, and committee members Chaelena Stubbers, Charlene Nuxoll and Molly Nuxoll.  Photo provided by Linda Nida. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Cassi Lockett was named Mother of the Year at the Mother-Daughter Tea. She is shown with her daughter Kaylie who wrote the winning essay. See article above left for Kaylie's essay. Photo by Cara Uhlenkott. Click on the photo for a larger view.



CHS Primeland had their 4-H Night on April 21st where the kids learned about feed and nutrition. John Lamb organized the event complete with pizza and a free bag of livestock feed. Photos by Tara Rowland.  Click on each photo for a larger view.

A group of youngsters get ready to separate seeds from dirt at the AG Expo at the Greencreek Hall last Wednesday, April 20. Students from the schools on the Prairie attended the function.
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Jim Church talks to all the students attending, thanking them for coming to the Ag Expo at Greencreek. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Students at the Ag Expo got the chance to milk a "cow." Click on the photo for a larger view.

We had 19 walkers, great weather and 49 miles walked! Arlene won the Herb Garden and Gayle Shumacher won the diabetic socks. It was a great day. Photo provided by Arlene Baerlocher. Click on the photo for a larger view.


We just finished up our 3rd walk in Greencreek as part of this year’s Walk the Prairie & Beyond for Health.. Thank you to Joe and Arlene Baerlocher & Connie Killmar for hosting this event. Thank you to Dr. Wonderlich (upper photo) for taking the time to share his knowledge on Herbs and Health! Thank you Barbara Cleary for leading us in stretching. In the lower photo the walkers head out on Westhoff Road. Photos by Arlene Baerlocher. Click on each photo for a larger view.

The Cottonwood Saddliers Clown Toss game at the 4-H party. Photo by Tara Rowland. See article above left for more photos. Click on the photo for a larger view.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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