Updated June 11, 2020
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their June meeting Monday, June 8, and were informed they had been awarded a grant to proceed with the Environmental Assessment (EA) portion of the proposed downtown floodwater diversion project. . . .
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Fair Royalty sign-up deadline is July 1
The Idaho County Fair Royalty committee is seeking young ladies 14 to 18 years old interested in participating as a part of the 2020-2021 fair royalty. . . .
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Ulmer defeats Giddings, school levy passes
Election results in Idaho County for the Primary Election were released late in the evening June 2, the deadline day for turning in ballots. . . .
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Swim lessons bus available
The Center For Discovery is excited to offer a swimming bus to Grangeville for swimming lessons. . . .
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Historical articles
Shirley Gehring has shared a couple of historical articles originally written by Alice Sprute about how Moughmer Point got its name and the rabies outbreak of about 1910.
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Famr Bureau scholarships awarded
Four graduating seniors from three area High Schools received scholarships of $2000 each at Commencement ceremonies within the past weeks from Idaho County Farm Bureau Organization to further their education. . . .
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SpokAnimal helps with kitten adoptions
Hello ARF supporters!  Just wanted to share the good news of SpokAnimal helping our rural area with kitten adoptions. . . .
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Students named to UI Dean's List
The University of Idaho has released their Dean’s List for the Spring 2020 Semester. . . .
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Idaho Trails Supporter stickers now available
The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation’s “Idaho Trails Supporter” Sticker became available for the public beginning on Saturday, June 6—National Trails Day. . . .
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End of an Era
Anyone out on the streets of Cottonwood last week might have been shocked to see an old 1956 school bus turn the corner at Tire Guy's last week pulled along by a wrecker! . . .
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Syringa Clinic extends walk-in clinic hours
Syringa Primary Care Clinic in Grangeville has expanded walk-in clinic hours to accommodate full day access. . . .
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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 2020 Idaho County Fair Royalty invite young ladies to try out for the 2021 Royalty. See article at left. From left are 1st Princess Paige Layman, Queen Halle Klapprich and 2nd Princess Madison Shears. Click on the photo for a larger view.

It’s definitely the 2020 Royalty when a mask is part of your royalty outfit. Each member of the royalty has a mask to match their gowns. From left are 1st Princess Paige Layman, Queen Halle Klapprich and 2nd Princess Madison Shears. Click on the photo for a larger view.


Don Kopczynski is working on updating the Georg Seubert family book written back in the 1960's by August Hoene. Click on the photo for some more details.

A view of Cottonwood in about 1915. Photo courtesy of Gus Hoene.Click on the photo for a larger view.

Riener’s Grocery in the early 1960’s. From left are Urbie Riener, Shirley Duman Gehring, Kathleen Jenny Stubbers and Tom Riener. Some this still look the same like the daily calendar on the post and the personal hygiene products still appear to be in the same place. The white shirts and ties got phased out long ago though.  Photo courtesy of Don Kopczynski. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The St. Gertrude’s Academy High School Orchestra from about 1938. Vince Hattrup is at left with the violin and apparently that is William Kaschmitter on the far right with a violin. Bernard Kopczynski is holding the bass back right. Mark Forsmann is back left with the drumsticks. Any other identifications would be helpful. Photo courtesy of Don Kopczynski. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
Herman Toennis, a brother to Leo Toennis. Photo courtesy of Gus Hoene. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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