Updated January 8, 2004
2003 Reviewed, cont.
A review of the middle four months of 2003 in Chronicle headlines is reviewed here with the review to continue next week . . .
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Notes from City Hall
It has been a pleasure serving as Mayor these past four years.  The positive response that I have found in the majority of citizens was very appreciated.
I feel that we (your City Council) have made a few strides forward. . . .
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Hospital to host support groups
St. Maryís Hospital and Clinics will host a variety of support groups beginning this January.  Cancer, Fybromyalgia, Parkinsonís Disease and an Alateen program are slated for the coming year.  All meetings are open to the public and will be held in the hospitalís downstairs conference room, 701 Lewiston St., Cottonwood. . . .
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Students build toys, gifts
Students in the Fundamentals of Technology classes built toys for the pre-school children, mirrors for the women patients and table organizers for the men patients in the long term care section of St. Maryís Hospital. . . .
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Lady Pirates back in action this weekend
There probably won't be an update here until the Jan. 15 issue as the Prairie Girls basketball team takes an extended Christmas break. . . .
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Summit basketball teams are in action
The high school teams split their games while the junior high boys finished their regular season at 6 and 5. . . .
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Raina Rebecca Massey was the first baby born in 2004 at St. Mary's Hospital. She arrived at 10:58 a.m. Jan. 3 weighing 6 lb. 12 oz. She is shown with her mother, Becca Massey of Kamiah.

Lots of snow and cold weather around Cottonwood lately. Shown is the southeast corner of the St. Mary's Church parking lot where some of the snow has been pushed off the lot. Neighborhood children enjoyed the snow piles during their Christmas break.

The Centennial Garden has a blanket of snow deep enough you can just barely make out "Idaho."

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