Updated July 13, 2006
Cottonwood Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council had a short meeting Monday, July 10. . . .
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Local students win essay contest
Three Prairie Middle School students took District 5 honors in the Idaho Farm Bureau Essay Contest, which locally was held in May. Kody Duclos was first place winner, Levi Lustig was second, and Marcus Higgins placed third. . . .
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Relay for Life event is this weekend
The planning committee for the American Cancer Society Clearwater to Salmon Rivers Relay For Life has worked the last six months in preparing for this year’s second annual event, and a big part of that preparation is in the role that the On-Site Activities chairpersons play. . . .
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Seventh Biker Bash is this weekend
The Royale Room’s 7th Annual Biker Bash is set for this weekend at their bar on Main St. . . .
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Quilt Show to honor memory of Bertha Kopczynski
Whoever said, “A stitch in time saves nine … but haste makes waste” could have been talking about the nimble fingers of local quilting legend, Bertha Kopczynski. . . .
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50th Jubilees celebrated
Sr. Jean Lalande and Sr. Chanelle Schuler celebrated their 50th Jubilee as Benedictine sisters on Saturday, July 8, 2006, at monastery chapel. Before nearly two hundred gathered family and friends, the women renewed their monastic promises of stability, obedience and fidelity to the monastic way of life. . . .
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Zephyrs win 3 games; Mader third at Winchester Rodeo
The Camas Prairie Zephyrs Senior Babe Ruth team swept a doubleheader at Moscow on June 30 and beat Lewiston on July  8. . . .
Eric Mader placed third in the bareback competition at the Winchester Open Rodeo . . .
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Buggy Whip Tournaments set for this weekend; School's in session!
The annual Buggy Whip Softball Tournaments are set for this weekend. . . .
Students in grades Kindergarten - 6th wandered back into the classrooms on Monday for a two  week session of summer school. . . .
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Summit participates in parade
On this page is a photo of Summit Academy's parade entry at Border Days . . .
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As always, youngsters enjoy the rides at Greencreek’s 4th of July Celebration. In the background you can see a jumping castle that was also enjoyed. 

Ed Arnzen was this year’s grand marshal for the Greencreek 4th of July Celebration. 

Cottonwood Police Chief Terry Cochran reads to youngsters during last week’s Summer Reading Program. The program continues this Thursday at 1 p.m. 

John Mager, Sr., is shown with a flower of broccoli he grew in his garden in the Denver area east of Cottonwood. The flower weighed 1¼ lbs. and was insect free. He keeps insects off by using flour or baby powder. 

The PHS class of 1976 held their 30th class reunion on July 8, 2006 at the Cottonwood Gun club. There were 32 class members that attended. The evening was spent reminiscing, looking at the class yearbook and enjoying a wonderful barbeque. 

Last week Troop 638 went to Camp Grizzly for the week. They worked on a variety of merit badges: swimming, first aid, shotgun, rifle, leatherwork, wood carving, wilderness survival, nature, environmental science and more. They also went on a 5-mile hike, canoed to Laird Park and had a good time singing and playing game w with the staff. Thank you Rick Workman. 

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