Updated November 3, 2005
Elections are next Tuesday
Elections for City Councilmen in both Ferdinand and Cottonwood are set for next Tuesday, Nov. 8. . . .
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101 donate blood
Even the Red Cross nurses applauded as our 101st donor came through the door last Thursday. We have not had that many come to our blood drives for over a year. And it certainly made all of us very happy. . . .
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Notes from City Hall
Election Day November 8th!  I know it seems silly to go out to vote in an election where there are no contested seats, but this one is important since 2 of the 3 seats up for election have write-in candidates. . . .
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St. Mary's Hospital to celebrate 75th anniversary
On this page is a history of the past 75 years at St. Mary's Hospital. . . .
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Parish dinner is Sunday
Ferdinandís Assumption Parish will host its annual parish dinner and raffle on Sunday, November 6th and the Ferdinand Hall  . . .
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Pirates lose at Kendrick; 11 wrestlers medal at Kamiah
The Prairie football team jumped out to a 12-0 lead but Kendrick came back with a strong running game to roll to a 24-70 win over the Pirates in the season finale for both teams Friday, Oct. 28 at Kendrick. . . .
Of the 27 wrestlers who competed at the tournament in Kamiah 11 came home with medals. . . .
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Trick-or-Treaters were out in force Monday evening despite the cold, wet weather. These three groups visited the Chronicle publishers home.

The Prairie Booster Club presented a pair of $500 checks last week. In the top photo Booster president Chris Kaschmitter presents a check to principal Rene' Forsmann and librarian Lois Lamont that will go toward new books for the Middle School library. In the lower photo Chris presents a check to Rene' that will go toward a future sign at the Middle School.

The halls at Prairie High School were decorated for Halloween.

Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce president Larry Kidd, left, welcomes new Cottonwood Bowl manager Doug Emperor to the business community and presents him with a year's Chamber membership.

The cooks at the Middle School were in the Halloween spirit. Left is Nancy Arnzen and right is Kathy Riener.

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