Updated January 15, 2004
2003 Reviewed, concluded
A review of the final four months of 2003 in Chronicle headlines is here. . . .
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New Council takes control
Discussion about utility charges for unoccupied residences and businesses dominated the January 12 meeting of the Cottonwood City Council.
First up though was the installation of the new mayor and council members. . . .
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Hospital to host Alateen group
St. Maryís Hospital and Clinics will facilitate an Alateen group designed for teens whose life has been affected by someone elseís drinking.  The first meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 21 at 7:00 p.m. The group will continue to meet every Wednesday at that time in the hospitalís downstairs conference room.   There is no charge for the support group which will be facilitated by Michelle Crea, SMHC staff. . . .
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Pirates beat C.V., 3 wrestlers take first place medals
The Prairie boys basketball team had little trouble with C.V. while 3 Prairie wrestlers brought home first place medals from the New Plymouth Tournament. . . .
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie Lady Pirates won twice last week, beating Nezperce and Potlatch. . . .
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Summit teams compete
The Summit Knowledge Bowl team as well as the high school girls and boys basketball teams were all in action this past week . . .
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The new Cottonwood City Council and Mayor took over Monday at the January meeting. In the top photo new mayor Denis Duman swears in Jack Duman as council member and in the lower photo the mayor swears in Shelli Schumacher who was appointed to fill the vacant position.

This months attendance winners at Prairie Elementary are first graders Kellie Heitman and Dally Ratcliff. They get to eat lunch with principal Rene' Forsmann.

Prairie Booster Club elected officers for the 2003-04 year. From left are Linda Nida, secretary; Chris Kaschmitter, president; Marie Lerandeau, treasurer and Cheri Holthaus, vice-president.

Two Cottonwood students won the district hoop shoot at Grangeville Saturday. Left is Megan Sigler of Prairie Elementary who won the 8-9 yr. old girls competition and right is Beau Schlader of Summit Academy, who won the 10-11 yr. old boys competition. Both will compete at Lewiston this weekend.

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