Updated July 23, 2009
Cassi Lockett presented award
Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings presented an award of appreciation last Thursday, July 16 to Cassidy Lockett of Cottonwood for “making very good choices in an extreme situation.” . . .
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94 units donated
Both Cheri Holthaus and myself would like to thank the community for helping us to reach our goal of 90 units, we actually surpassed our goal with 94 units.” said co-chair Brenda Kaschmitter.  . . .
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Raspberry Festival set for August 2
Come and join the fun at the 17th Annual Raspberry Festival, Sunday, August 2, at Monastery of St. Gertrude, 465 Keuterville Road in Cottonwood, Idaho.  . . .
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Smoking cessation sessions set
According to Faunda Butler, Respiratory Therapist, St. Mary’s Hospital will be offering free smoking cessation class on four Wednesday evenings throughout August beginning Wednesday, August 5.  Her curriculum uses the American Cancer Society’s Freshstart program.  Each class will be held from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in the Cottonwood Medical Clinic reception area.  The hour long sessions will be held Wednesday, August 5, 12,19 and 26th. . . .
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Movies on the Wall continue July 31
Well, movie fans, the weather hasn’t always been very cooperative so far this summer for our “Movies on the Wall” community fun, although it cooperated last Friday. . . .
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CFD schedule changes
The Center For Discovery has changed their schedule for the remainder of the summer. . . .
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Let your shopping make a difference
The community is invited to shop for Fair Trade gifts, house wares, jewelry and more that are handmade by artisans around the world. . . .
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Tri-Parish VBS is next week
The Tri-Parish Vacation Bible School is coming soon!  The community is invited to join us Monday through Thursday,  July 27 -30, 9am to noon. . . .
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Golf scramble is Saturday; local team wins tournament
St. Mary’s Tenth Annual Golf Scramble will be held this coming Sunday, July 26th at the Grangeville Golf and Country Club. . . .
Also on this page is a photo of the Mager Bargains Little League team which won the Ken Heath Memorial Tournament in Grangeville recently. . . .
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School supply lists
On this page are the school supply lists for grades k-8 at Prairie schools. . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings reads aloud the award the Sheriff’s department presented to Cassi Lockett for making “very good choices” when one of the two recent escapees from NICI broke into her house while she was there with her kids. See story at left.

Kim Schumacher is shown reading to the children at the Summer Reading Program.  25 kids participated in Thursday's activities which included stories, flower crafts, tap dancing and a snack.  The program will continue this Thursday at the library at 1:30.  All kids age 3 yrs through elementary school are encouraged to attend. 

Dani Cochran and Kayla Johnson at Opening Ceremony of the HOSA national convention with light up Bam-Bams in the top photo and at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville in the lower photo. See story at left.

Local youngsters enjoying the Asotin County Aquatic Center. In the top photo are  Trista Latimer, Leah Higgins, and Sydney Bruner while in the lower photo are Bailey Gehring, Samantha Remacle, and Laina Sonnen.

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