Updated May 30, 2019
37 to graduate Friday
Prairie High School will graduate 37 seniors this Friday, May 31 at 7 p.m. at the PHS gym. . . .
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Override levy passes
The School District #242 override levy passed by a more than 3 to 1 margin in voting held Tuesday, May 21. . . .
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Photos from Memorial Day services
On this page are more photos from the Memorial Day services held at the Greencreek Cemetery and at the two Cottonwood Cemeteries. . . .
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Local volunteer awarded
Roy Thornton, an 80-year old native Idahoan and resident of Whitebird, was presented the Bureau of Land Managementís (BLM) 2019 National Outstanding Volunteer Achievement Award for his volunteer service to the agency.  . . .
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Vacation Bible School at Emmanuel Baptist
Gas up the all-terrain vehicle and head out on a wilderness adventure like no other. . . .
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County Democrats annual picnic set for June 23
The party goes on, rain or shine.  The ICDP annual picnic and pie auction will be Sunday, June 23 and begin at 1:00 PM Pacific time. . . .
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Students named to LCSC honor rolls
A total of 838 students at Lewis-Clark State College earned honor roll distinction for the spring 2019 semester, LCSC administrators announced on Wednesday. . . .
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Higgins signs letter of intent
Jordyn Higgins has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at North Idaho College. . . . 
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Track awards given out
Prairie track and field awards were handed out last Wednesday, May 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. . . .
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The VFW members line up at the Cottonwood Community Cemetery during one of the 3 Memorial Day services they held at local cemeteries. More photos in the article at left.Click on the photo for a larger view.

Students of the month for May at Prairie High School are from left: Garrett Bunce, Brooklyn Riener and Carson Forsman. Bunce was nominated by Julie Schumacher-  I haven't been around Garrett hardly at all, but EVERY time I have, I have been impressed with his character!!  He is polite, well mannered, respectful, helpful, willing WITHOUT complaining (which doesn't happen very much any more!!!)  Riener was nominated by Dave Young-   I admire and respect Brooklyn's ability to own not only her success but to accept accountability when she falls short of her expectations. Brooklyn feels it is her responsibility to acquire knowledge and is willing to put in the necessary work that it requires.  Forsman was  nominated by Cheri Holthaus- Carson is always willing to do what is asked; with a smile and wants to make sure it is done right.  Extremely polite and respectful.  Goes out of his way to be friendly and helpful.  Photo by Jon Rehder.Click on the photo for a larger view.

Taylor Lustig jumped the gun on tossing her mortarboard as Kayla Rehder and Teliana Martinez still have theirs as graduation ceremonies closed at Summit Academy Saturday afternoon. See the Summit page below left for more graduation photos. Each graduate also received on of Summit's major awards. Lustig received the Excelsior Award. Rehder received the Patriot award and Martinez received the St. John Bosco award. Click on the photo for a larger view..

The Prairie Band concert for 5th through high school bands was held Tuesday, May 21. From top down are the 5th grade band, 6th grade band, Jr. High band and High School Band along with a closeup of the 6th grade drumline. Click on each photo for a larger view.

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