Updated January 5, 2006
Blood drive set for Jan. 17
Yes, its already time for our winter Blood Drive.   It will be on a Tuesday this time instead of a Thursday.   Maybe this will be a better  day for some of you.  It is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan 17 from 12:00 to 6:00PM at the Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Chronicle owner commended on 30 years of serving community
The Chronicle was recently informed that Senator Mike Crapo was impressed that Pat Wherry had owned the Chronicle for 30 years and submitted the statement below to the Congressional Record. Pat reached her 30th year of ownership of the paper on Sept. 1, 2005. . . .
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Year in review continues
April through August of the year 2005 in headlines. . . .
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Crab Feed set for Jan. 14
The annual St. Anthony’s Society Crab Feed is set for Saturday, January 14 at the Greencreek Hall.Social hour will start at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6:30. . . .
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Rancher receives helping hand with conservation practices
Dirk Ewing is no stranger to conservation practices, having entered into long-term agreements on his  Montana ranch. 
 But when the remote Montana ranch was
 made part of a wilderness area, restrictions
 made ranching nearly impossible. Ewing and his wife Becky looked to Idaho.. . .
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Wrestlers bring home 3 medals
On December 30th the Prairie High School Wrestling team made the journey to Pomeroy. Each wrestler did very well and worked very hard. Some of the wrestlers even broke their own records. . . .
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Classes make gifts
The three classes of Fundamentals of Technology made a variety of Christmas presents for the preschool students, the long-term care patients at St. Mary’s Hospital and for the residents of the Shelter Home. . . .
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Summit girls win Culdesac tourney; boys lose twice; "A Christmas Wish" reviewed
The Summit girls won the Culdesac Tournament while the boys team lost twice. . . .
Kelli Shears reviews "A Christmas Wish," Summit's Christmas program. . . .
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Chronicle publisher Pat Wherry holds a copy of the Congressional Record submission made by Idaho Senator Mike Crapo honoring her for serving the community for 30 years with the Chronicle. See story at left for the text submitted by Crapo. 

The Long Term Care Residents at St. Mary’s Hospital celebrated Christmas with a dinner, gift exchange and entertainment by Buzz Kopczynski. Left to right are William Edwards, Doris Kirby, Ken Kirby, Zelda Lamb, Carol Ringen, Nellie Larson, Ingrid Mader, Rose Gehring, Buzz Kopczynski, Vicki Shears, Herb Ahlers, Shirley Bower, Angie Ahlers, Lori Mader, Kenny Mader, Lyn Jack, Vera Bannan, Theresa Shears, Dick Erickson, Elinore Mutton and Luranna Erickson.  

Beth Geis, Samantha Johnson, Michelle Geis and Andy Groom in front of the boxes they made for the Long Term Care patients at St. Mary’s Hospital for Christmas.

Britney Gehring, James Jackson and Cody Miller in front of the log loader they made for Preschool students. 

Dominick Klinkefus, Michael Matson and Camille Schumacher in front of the tool box and tools they made for the preschool students. These and seven other photos of students with their gifts are on the page labeled "Classes make gifts."

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