Updated June 17, 2004
Cottonwood City Council meets
Shaun Maxey and Jeff Kutner of the Ida-Lew Economic Development Council were present at the June meeting of the Cottonwood City Council Monday, June 14.
They were making their pitch for the city to stay on with financial support. . . .
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Blood drive set for July 1
As we are sure, many of you are already thinking about the summer blood drive which will be July 1 from noon until 6 p.m. at the Cottonwood Hall. . . .
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Cottonwood hosts firefighter training
If you saw thick, brown smoke coming from the Cottonwood Municipal Airport the weekend of June 5-6, it wasnít a plane crash.  The Cottonwood Volunteer Fire Department sponsored a Flashover Awareness Training school at Cottonwood that weekend. . . .
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CHIP B training offered
Clearwater Valley Hospital and St. Maryís Hospital have scheduled CHIP B training sessions in Orofino, Cottonwood and Kamiah.  The open enrollment period for the Childrenís Health Insurance Program B, which allows families to earn more than the CHIP A program, ends July 16. . . .
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High School awards given
This week we have pictures of several of the award winners listed in last week's update. Thanks to Ryan Hasselstrom of PHS for the photos. . . .
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Students win at state hoop shoot; Tech students study airplanes
Two articles are on this page: Two local students won at the state KC Hoop Shoot; The Industrial Technology students have been studying airplanes. . . .
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Local students win state competition; Summit perfect attendance and honor roll; Summit named Virtue winners
Three articles on this page as shown in the above headline. . . .
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Sr. Jean LaLande is ready to turn over the first spadeful of ground for the new Conference and Spirituality Center at the Monastery of St. Gertrude.

Whitney Schaeffer and Mindy Anderson were named PHS students of the year.

Earning perfect attendance for the year at Prairie Elementary were Samantha Poxleitner, Troy Lorentz, Samantha Keating and Dylon Bruegeman. Not pictured were Brandon Higgins, Sierra Latimer and Philip Spencer.

Outstanding Attendance for the entire year: only missed one day. Sarah Seubert, Hailey Danly, Whitney Sonnen, Rebekah Bruner, Jared Higgins, Tristan Leonard, Shane Stubbers, Logan Dahlen, Marcus Higgins, Robert Nau, Slade Nelson, Joshua Roeper, Makayla Schaeffer, Cody Schumacher. 

Lydia and Talyss Lustig had lunch with the principal on June 8. They were the attendance winners for the month of May. Lydia is the daughter of Vic and Teresa and Talyss is the daughter of Doug and Karen.

Kevin Kopczynski recently flew his RV6 from Boise to Cottonwood to visit his parents, Buzz & Evelyn Kopczynski. Kevin built the plane in his garage over a period of 6 years. The plane was built, fabricated and painted by Kevin from a basic kit. It is a 2-passenger aerobatic plane with fuel injection engine and flies at 205 mph. The trip from Boise to Cottonwood took 55 minutes. Kevinís wife, Robyn, was glad when the plane was finished so she could park her car in the garage again!. Kevin is employed by Boise Cascade and Albertsonís as a corporate pilot.

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