Updated December 17, 2009
Prairie Elementary Concert photos
Photos of each class performing at the Elementary Christmas Concert. . . .
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Cottonwood City Council meets
A raise in water and sewer hook-up fees was approved at the December meeting of the Cottonwood City Council Monday, Dec. 14. . . .
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Christmas Parade, Santa's Cabana are Sunday
Come and enjoy the Lighted Christmas Parade from the Balcony of Santaís Cabana; next to Herís and Sirís on Main Street; . . .
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Shumway named Idaho Heisman winner
The Wendyís High School Heisman program, awarded in conjunction with the collegiate Heisman, . . .
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Ski Skoop
The snow this past week was a reminder that hitting the slopes is on the horizon.  . . .
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Lego League teams compete at Post Falls
BUZZZZZZ! Went the alarms at 3:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 5th for nine ambitious middle school students. . . .
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Emma Watson is first Prairie ROCKS guest
The first guest for the Prairie ROCKS faith formation program is 7 yr. old Emma Watson.  Emma is the daughter of John and Patti Watson of Craigmont. . . .
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Hospital News
St. Maryís Hospital and their four satellite medical clinics have received a shipment of 550 seasonal flu vaccine doses. . . .
St. Maryís and Clearwater Valley Hospitals will continue to provide skilled nursing services in patientsí homes through a new program. . . .
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Booster Bulletin
The Prairie Booster Club held its first Milk Bowl party Saturday November 21st  in the cafeteria at Prairie High School. . . .
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Pirates win 3 games; Pirates named to all-state football team
The Prairie Pirates beat Lapwai, Nezperce and Timberline last week to improve to 4-1. . . .
David Sigler, Kyler Shumway and Branden Waller were all named to both the offensive and defensive Idaho Statesman all-state football team for the 1-A division. . . .
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Lady Pirates lose two close games; Prairie Hoop Shoot winners named
The Prairie Lady Pirates lost a heartbreaker in overtime to Lewis County then lost by 3 at Timberline. . . .
Representing Prairie in the Elks National Hoop Shoot on January 9th at Grangeville will be . . .
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12 turn out for wrestling
There are twelve athletes out for wrestling this year on the Prairie High School wrestling team with the bulk of those being freshmen. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Traveling to Orofino Saturday, the Summit Patriots dropped a jv match to their hosts, 46 - 18, . . .
Poor foul shooting and excessive turnovers plagued the Summit Patriot ladies last week, as they dropped a hard fought 52 - 44 game to the Lewis-County Eagles, . . .
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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 Cottonwood Chronicle. . . .
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The Kindergartners perform at the Elementary Christmas Concert. Click on the photo for a larger view. See all the classes in large size in the link at left.

Kyler Shumway was recently named the Idaho state winner of the Wendy's High School Heisman award. See story at left.

 Jeff Martin was honored at a luncheon on Saturday December 12 as a District 2 winner in the Veterans of Foreign War Teacher of the Year Contest.  He was honored locally during a Veterans Day Assembly held at Prairie Middle School.  Mr. Martinís entry moves into the state competition. District 2 includes:  Potlatch, Moscow, Lewiston, Orofino, Kendrick, Kamiah, Grangeville, Elk City, Lapwai, and Cottonwood.

Prairie Booster Club officers for 2009-2010 are clockwise from top left Loretta Riener, Marie Lerandeau, Chris Kaschmitter and Linda Nida.


The Prairie Middle School Lego League teams are shown. At top is the Altima Monkeys while the lower photo shows The Cobras. See story above left.

Emma Watson, front, with the 2nd period Release Time class. From left are Monica Lustig, Ashley Cannon, Mike Karel, Kyle Uhlenkott and Leslie Nida. Emma Watson visited the Prairie ROCKS! program. See story above left.

The 2009 Winter Dance Recital for Designed 2 Dance was a huge success 43 girls put on an hour long recital that entertained a gym full. Each group had to learn 4 songs, their group song two opening songs and a closing; they each preformed their songs perfectly. The children all were dressed up as animals to fit the animal planet theme. There were bears, monkeys, octopuses, lions, cheetahs, tigers, and fireflies. The next Designed 2 Dance classes begin January 11th with the spring recital being held April 11th, if you would like your child to join please call Brittny @ 208-816-1855. No classes on Jan 18th or Feb 15th. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The 6th, 7th and 8th grade classes at Greencreek Grade School. The photo was taken on October 22, 1939. Back from left are Carl Schmidt, Esther Trautman, Wilfred Wessels, Ora Hinkelman, Anthony Wassmuth, Adele Schmidt and Louis Dasenbrock. 2nd row: Lorraine Wemhoff, Everett Sonnen, Alice Nuxoll, Orval Wensman, Beatrice Nuxoll, Phillip Baerlocher and Bernadine Schumacher. 3rd row: Don Tacke, Julianna Arnzen, Anthony Schaff, Clifford Arnzen, Marcella Wessels, Thecla Schaff, Adrian Nuxoll, Bart Nuxoll, Delores Arnzen, Lambert Lustig and Sister Theresa Gassner, teacher. Bottom row: Mildred Wessels, Marie Schmidt, Ella Mae Wensman, Ed Schumacher, Vera Wessels, Alvin Arnzen, Ethel Baerlocher and Viola Wessels. Photo courtesy of Ora and Eleanor Hinkelman. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
The family asked if we could put the above ad that appeared in this week's Chronicle on the website so that all the grandchildren could see it. Click on it for a larger view.

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