Updated June 16, 2005
Ballfields dominate discussion time
The Wimer Ballfields once again dominated the discussion at the Cottonwood City Council meeting Monday, June 13. . . .
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Spring Livestock show results
The annual Idaho County 4-H Spring Livestock Show was held Saturday, June 4th at the Idaho County Fair Grounds in Cottonwood. . . .
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Teens improving their community
The Cottonwood Police Department and Idaho County Juvenile Probation office recently recognized the positive results of several local teens.  The teens had been participating in the eight grade “Youth for Justice” and “Care Bears” programs where they would not only learn, but also would share what they learned regarding issues from bullying, equality, and concern for others by reaching out to the other grades and teaching them. . . .
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Two Sisters celebrate Golden Jubilees
The joy and commitment of Benedictine spiritual life will be the theme as Sr. Angela Uhlorn and Sr. Mary Marge Goeckner commemorate five decades of service in a Golden Jubilee at the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood, ID, on Saturday, June 18, at 1:30 pm. . . .
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Raffle winners are announced
The Prairie High School Technology Student Association (TSA) spent the last few months of school selling raffle tickets and raising money for the national convention to be held in Chicago, June 27-July 3. . . .
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Hospital to sponsor Fun Run
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will be sponsoring a family fitness fun run and walk at the Craigmont June picnic on Saturday, June 25. . . .
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Summit Kindergartners celebrate 100th day
On Summit Academy’s 100th day of Kindergarten we had a very special day. We had our “Special Guest Day” and our 100th day celebration. . . .
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 Note: The link on last week's update for the hoopshoot results page has been fixed.

Jacey Langston was named top overall judge as well as top sheep judge at the Idaho County 4-H Spring Livestock Show.

Wyatt Williams, of the Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club, has his steer examined by the judge during the Beef Quality contest at the 4-H Spring Livestock Show.

This is a picture of 4 of the 6 airplanes that flew into the Cottonwood Municipal Airport last Wednesday night. It was a group of friends from Wisconsin who make the trip each year. They were enroute from the Washington coast to Johnson Creek on the Salmon River for a campout. They pitched tents at the airport and spent the night here after a meal in town. When asked "Why did you stop in Cottonwood?" the answer was"Nice facility, fuel, a place to camp and the hospitality." Economic impact to the community for the overnighter--about $700. The aircraft ranged from 2 Cessna 185's to an Aeronca Champ. Photo provided by Denis Duman.

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