Updated July 11, 2019
Cottonwood City Council meets
It was reported at the July meeting of the Cottonwood City Council that the city failed to get the FEMA grant they had applied for to do the flood mitigation culvert project in the downtown area. . . .
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Photos from Greencreek's 4th of July Celebration
On this page are many photos from the Greencreek 4th of July Celebration. . . .
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Book reading at the Monastery
At 2 p.m. Sunday, July 14, the Monastery of St. Gertrude will host author Susan Swetnam, who will read from her new book, “In the Mystery’s Shadow: Reflections on Caring for the Elderly and Dying.”. . .
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From State Senator Carl Crabtree
A string of new Idaho laws are protecting our freedoms, making us safer, and helping our economy. . . .
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Vince and Anna Duman family reunion held
Sunday morning dawned beautifully, full of sunshine. Cars started coming to Keuterville Hall, kids got out, food was brought in and before we knew it, the hall was full, the lawn around the hall was full and we had gathered together, about 250 of Vince and Anna Duman’s descendants, for the second Idaho Duman Reunion on Sunday, July 7. . . .
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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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Matt Maher to be in concert at All Saints
All Saints Catholic School is pleased to present Matt Maher, contemporary Christian songwriter and recording artist, in concert on Friday, August 9th. . . .
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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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Some of the breakfast crowd at the Greencreek 4th of July Celebration.  A spokesman said they likely served over 1000 people. See link at left for more photos from the Celebration. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Madison Hinkelman with the new Greencreek Community sign which was her senior project. It is located at the intersection of Greencreek Rd. and Westhoff Rd. Madison  would like to send out a special thank you to the Greencreek Community for patiently waiting until the sign was put up. She would also like to thank the St. Anthony’s Society, Altar Society, Greencreek Highway District and local business that donated to her sign. The business include Intermountain Machine and Fab, Fasteners, and Hillco. Thank you to Rieners Concrete for pouring the cement under a short amount of time. Madison wants to personally thank Conrad Arnzen and John Schumacher for being her mentors, Scott Wemhoff for printing out the signs, and Kenny Skiles for painting all the signs and iron on a Saturday. Big thank yous go to Steve Sonnen, Conrad Arnzen, Aaron Hinkelman and Calvin Hinkelman for helping her put up the sign in the pouring rain. Madison is not quite done with the sign, she is wanting to put pavers down and plant some flowers around the area. Click on each photo for a larger view.

Bob Killmar was the Grand Marshal for this year’s Greencreek 4th of July Celebration. He is shown with his first lady, Connie. Click on the  photo for a larger view..

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