Updated April 29, 2021

Top scholars named for PHS class of 2021
This year’s valedictorian for the 2021 class of Prairie High School is Leann Lightfield; who has maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout her high school career. . . .
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May events for Tri-Parish Youth
As the weather warms up and the school days come to a close we ask you to consider joining us in our end of the school year activities. . . .
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Prairie athletes honored
The North Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame banquet was held Saturday, April 17 in Coeur d’Alene. . . .
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Safe Sitter course offered
St. Mary’s Hospital will once again be offering Safe Sitter« courses for kids ages 11-13, July 20 & 21, 2021 at Prairie Elementary School. . . .
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Craigmont Community Yard Sale is Saturday
For the 30th year in a row, Craigmont will have its annual city-wide yard sale on May 1st, the first Saturday in May. . . .
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Pirates win 4 out of 5
The Prairie Baseball team won 4 of 5 games this past week. On Tuesday, April 20, they beat Lapwai 29-1 at Cottonwood. On Thursday, April 22 they traveled to Potlatch and swept the Loggers 20-3 and 11-3. On Monday, April 26 they traveled to Kendrick and split a doubleheader11-10 and 7-12. . . .
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Lady Pirates beat Culdesac
The Prairie Lady Pirates won the first game of a scheduled doubleheader from Culdesac Monday, April 26 at Cottonwood 11-1 in five innings. . . .
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Coppernoll again sets new PR in the discus
The Prairie track team hosted a meet Tuesday, April 20 and then traveled to Kamiah for the White Pine League Championships on Saturday, April 24. . . .
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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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Leann Lightfield, left, is the valedictorian while Kerri Villamor, right, is the salutatorian for the class of 2021 at Prairie High School.  Graduation will be Friday, May 28 at 7 p.m. Photo by PHS. See story at left. Click ont he photo for a larger view.

St. John Bosco Academy presents That Murder Game, based on the game of Clue.  Performances are at 7pm Thursday April 29 - Saturday May 1st.  A 1pm matinee will be held on Saturday May 1.  Donations are accepted at the door and concessions will  be available for purchase. Photo by Lorie Palmer of Idaho County Free Press.  Click on the photo for a larger view.


Medalists from the White Pine League Championships meet are from left Alli Geis, Julia Rehder, Ellea Uhlenkott, Kristin Wemhoff, T.J. Hibbard and Matt Coppernoll. Photo by Becky Higgins. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Fr. Jerry Funke provided identification to the above and below photso that we had in the April 15 print edition of the Chronicle. He says of the above photo, “This is Joseph Schmidt (1864 - 1916) and his wife Philomena--Nuxoll, later 2nd marriage Jansen--(1867 - 1945).  They arrived on the Prairie from Greencreek, Illinois, in 1888.  First settled north of Cottonwood (past the ponds).  With the opening of the Reservation in 1896, they were one of the original settlers and founders of Greencreek.  The boy is their son Henry (1888 - 1970) and their daughter Frances (1890 - 1968), later married Anton Schumacher (my maternal grandparents).   Joseph and Philomenia would have 8 more children.  So the other photo (below) is an adult Henry with his wife and children.” Click on each photo for a larger view.






 
 
 
 

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