Updated November 21, 2019
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council had Amy Uptmor of JUB Engineering at their regular November meeting, Tuesday, Nov. 12, to talk about a grant program. . . .
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School Board meets
The School Board held their November meeting Monday, Nov. 18. . . .
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City election results
City elections were held Tuesday, Nov. 5 with uncontested races in both Cottonwood and Ferdinand. . . .
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Phone cards to be updated
The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce and the Cottonwood Chronicle are in the process of updating the business listing card for the Cottonwood area. . . .
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Blood drive set for Tuesday
The Cottonwood Community blood drive is scheduled for Tuesday, November 26th, from 11:45am to 6:00pm at the Cottonwood Community Hall.  . . .
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Benefit dinner for Jake Seubert
A benefit Taco Dinner will be held for Jake Seubert starting at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29 at Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Hospital and clinics sponsor Angel Tree
For the 23rd  year, St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will sponsor the Christmas “Angel Tree” which helps match generous donors with those in need of gifts for children and food for families.   . . .
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Sister's ministry inspires Sr. Barbara's Closet
A newly refinished armoire at St. Luke’s Hospital in Jerome bears a placard that reads “Sister Barbara’s Closet.” Inside are clothing and miscellaneous items for patients in need. . . .
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Halloween event goes over well
On Halloween, Danielle Cochran and her D.A.T.E. program once again presented the Cottonwood Emergency Services Trick or Treat event. . . .
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The LCSC Report
Two more LCSC classes offered through the Grangeville Outreach. . . .
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Night Shoot week 5
After 5 weeks of the Cottonwood Gun Club’s 6-week Night Shoot, Riener’s Grocery still maintains the lead with 1003 birds. . . .
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Pirates advance to championship game
The Prairie football team improved to 10-0 on the season with a 50-22 state semifinal win over Oakley Friday, Nov. 15 at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow. . . .
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16 turn out for Lady Pirates basketball
There are 16 players out for basketball for the Prairie Lady Pirates team this year. . . .
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6 turn out for St. John Bosco girls team
There are 6 girls turned out for the St. John Bosco Lady Patriots basketball team this season. . . .
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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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Honorary Life Members of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Cataldo 158 were recognized. All have been members for over 50 years. There were honored at the November 11 meeting of the Court. Shown are those honored from Cottonwood. From left are Karen Gehring, 58 years; Barbara Rehder, 71 years; and Ingrid Mader, 56 years. They are shown with Fr. Joseph Schmidt. Photo by Kathy Rehder. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Tim Russell received a Quilt of Valor on Oct. 21. We didn’t get the photo in time to put with the rest of the recipients last week. Photo provided by Shirley Baerlocher. Click on the photo for a larger view.

David Wassmuth, a senior at St. John Bosco Academy, recently competed in the Entrepreneur Challenge at Lewis-Clark State College and placed 2nd in the high school division.  The event was set up similarly to the popular TV show Shark Tank.  Each competitor had four minutes to pitch an idea for a new product to a panel of local business owners.  The business owners then had five minutes to ask questions of the participant.  The participants were judged on how their product solved a problem, as well as their market plan and financial model.  The winner of each division (high school, college and small business) then presented to a new panel of judges in the final pitch-off.  A total of $5000 in cash prizes were given to the winners.  This is an annual event hosted by the Business Division at LCSC, and participation is open to anyone.  PIctured are  Business Division chair Luther Maddy and David Wassmuth. Photo by St. John Bosco Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Kindergarten students at St. John Bosco Academy recently made prayer watches to help them remember which hand is their right hand to use for the Sign of the Cross.  Pictures left to right are: Gianna Prigge, Decklan Spencer, Scarlett Frei, Danny Bock, Harley Arnzen, Emily Seubert, Tessa Sonnen and Aiden Lustig. Photo by St. John Bosco Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Cole Martin breaks through the line on a short yardage play and had clear sailing to the end zone as you can see all 8 Oakley defenders behind him in this photo. Derik Shears is blocking at right. Behind Martin is Hayden Uhlenkott. Click on the photo for larger view.

The Prairie cheerleaders got a workout counting off the points after each Prairie touchdown. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The PHS band plays the fight song prior to the start of the football game. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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