Updated July 3, 2019
Greencreek Celebration is Thursday
The annual Greencreek 4th of July Celebration is set for this Thursday, July 4 at the Greencreek Hall. . . .
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Hamburger fundraiser for Haiti team
Do you like yummy hamburgers and homemade potato salad, beans and cookies?  . . .
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Museum is awarded grant
The Idaho Humanities Council (IHC), the statewide nonprofit organization devoted to enhancing public awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the humanities in Idaho, recently awarded $60,255 in grants to organizations and individuals. . . .
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After 111 years, the end of an era
Longer than anyone currently alive in the Cottonwood area, Hoene Hardware has been a fixture on Main St. in Cottonwood. . . .
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Winchester Open Rodeo is this weekend
The Annual Winchester Open Rodeo is set for this Saturday and Sunday, July 6-7 at the Arena in the Pines near Winchester. . . .
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Prairie Jr./Sr. High School supply lists
On this page are the school supply lists for Prairie Jr./Sr. High for the 2019-20 school year. . . .
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3 earn medals at Summer Games
3 local people earned medals at the recently completed Lewis & Clark Summer Games held at several sites in the Lewiston-Clarkston area. . . .
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SGA Class of 1969 reunion
The St. Gertrudeís Academy Class of 1969 is gathering for their 50-year reunion this weekend. . . .
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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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Apparently the Cottonwood Airport was the site last week for 3 military Ospreys to practice touch and go takeoffs and landings from a small airport runway. Despite their large size, the vertical propellers allow the planes to take off and land like a helicopter so they donít need a long runway, Kate Dahlsrud snapped this photo from the Cottonwood Riding Club Arena last Thursday afternoon. Click on the photo for a larger view.


Shown are a couple of pictures of the Cottonwood delegates for the 4-H State Teen Association Convention (STAC) that took place last week. The teens spent 4 days on the University of Idaho campus learning about leadership, careers, community service, and life skills development. In the top photo are: Back row from left: Dani Sonnen, Holli Schumaker, Halle Klapprich, Olivia Klapprich and Laney Forsmann. Front row from left: Ben Gehring, Chloe Rowland, Jesse Sonnen, Riley Enneking and Julia Rehder. Not pictured: Madison Shears. In the lower photo are, from left, Holli Schumaker, Olivia Klapprich, Dani Sonnen, Halle Klapprich, Madison Shears, Ben Gehring, Chloe Rowland, Julia Rhder, Laney Forsman, Jesse Sonnen, and Riley Enneking. Photos submitted by Tara Rowland. Click on each photo for a larger view.

This week we looked back on Hoene Hardware, which closed May 31 after 111 years and 2 months of operation in Cottonwood. 4 generations of Hoenes owned the store and 5 generations worked there. In the family history that Grandpa Gus wrote in the early 80s, this picture is dated at July 1, 1912. and could be opening day when John Hoene moved into the new brick store Left to right are Frank Kelsey, F. Nuxoll, Nick Allen and John Hoene. Notice the wood sidewalks. My grandpa said when he was a little kid, one of his favorite things to do was look under wood sidewalks for dropped coins. A few years later he added concrete sidewalks and gas pumps which we see by the 1915 store picture. The great Cottonwood fire was in July of 1908 after he opened the original store April 1, 1908. Why did it take John Hoene 4 years to rebuild? By the way, the newspaper article is from the Spokane paper. Well, in 1909, Johnís father died and he and Susie traveled back to Illinois and moved the rest of the family out here. Also they lost another baby at 16 months old - Eleanor died in September of 1910.  John says it best in his writing "John and his wife suffered many setbacks and sorrows but they were people of strong character and faith, . . ." See article above left. Click on the  photo for a larger view..
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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