Updated October 30, 2008
Election is Tuesday
The general election is set for next Tuesday, Nov. 4, with polls open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council met Tuesday, October 14. . . .
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Sisters Saturday at Keuterville Pub & Grub
Come and join the Sisters from the Monastery of St. Gertrude for “Sisters Saturday” at the Keuterville Pub & Grub, November 8, 4-8 pm. . . .
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Income survey planned
The City of Cottonwood is announcing that 196 households will receive an income survey to determine the city's eligibility for an Idaho Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG).. . .
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Dog Bark Park unveils new sculpture
Dennis J. Sullivan recently completed installation at Dog Bark Park of a Pacific Salmon sculpture entitled Returning. . . .
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Record number of flu shots given
Over 120 St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics staff received their flu shots earlier this month.  According to Cathie Hylton, RN, SMHC Employee Health Nurse, the vast majority of patient care staff are now immunized. . . .
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Hat and Mitten drive planned
Winter is coming fast and along with that the annual Hat and Mitten Drive hosted by P.A.V.E, Prairie High School's volunteer group. . . .
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Tri-Parish youth activities for November
Thanksgiving brings with it the thoughts of family, friends and community as we come together to appreciate all we have and all that we stand for, not alone but together. . . .
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Pirates clinch state berth; Championship decals available; Gun Club Night Shoot continues; Wrestling Club competition starts
The Prairie football team clinched their first league title in many, many years when they beat Deary 36-14 at Cottonwood Friday, Oct. 24. . . .
Whitepine League Champions football decals are available for purchase . . . 
Well it's now week three of the annual Night Shoot and it was a cold one at that. . . .
The Cottonwood Wrestling Club started their season with a meet at Clarkston Saturday, Oct. 25 where 5 of the 14 wrestlers earned medals. . . .
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Lady Pirates finish 4th at District
The Prairie Lady Pirates finished in 4th place at District after beating Deary and then losing to Lapwai on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at LCSC’s Activity Center in Lewiston. . . .
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Summit Jr. High girls finish 18-6
Summit girls finished their current season on a high note last week, splitting a double-header with Asotin last week, downing Culdesac, then taking three of four games at the season ending tourney hosted by Asotin. . . .
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Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
We've also published here nearly all the letters we received regarding the election in the last few weeks that we just didn't have space for in the print edition. . . .
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The Red Ribbon Week parade came through downtown Cottonwood Monday afternoon. The upper photo shows the PHS band and students leading the way. The lower photo shows some of the Prairie Elementary students with their banners and balloons. Click on the photos for larger views.

The junior cheerleaders performed at halftime of the Deary football game. Click on the photo for a larger view.

At left is John Eynon, Director of Music for the School District 242 receiving a donation check fro Chris Kaschmitter, president of the Prairie Booster Club.  John is the instructor for the music and drama classes for the 2008-2009 school year.  The Prairie Booster Club has donated $520 towards the building of the back drops that will be built for the performing arts. 

The PHS band and cheerleaders were part of the University of Idaho Homecoming Parade this past Saturday. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The PHS cheerleaders did pyramids during the introduction of the football team starters at last Friday’s game. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Posing with St Peter in front of the Pearly Gates at Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, GA are from left bottom are Kay Youngren, Roger & Teresa Funke, Ann Suarez, Beth Forsmann, Joyce Nuxoll. Second row: Lynne Funke, Lorraine Nuxoll, Mary Funke, Arlene Uptmor, Tim Forsmann. Top Row:  Bart Nuxoll, John Funke and Earl Uptmor. The group recently returned from a week long trip to Charleston, SC, Savannah, GA and Jekyll Island, GA. 

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