Updated April 15, 2010
Cottonwood City Council meets
The Cottonwood City Council held their regular April meeting Monday, April 12 with a report that the State of Idaho was canceling their contract for building inspections. . . .
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Residents' input is sought
Idaho County Commissioner Jim Rehder, is working with the Idaho Department of Transportation to improve highway safety along US Highway 95.  He is requesting input from the Cottonwood/Greencreek area residents on a proposed over/under pass at the US 95 junction of Greencreek Road and US 95 business intersection at the north entrance to Cottonwood. . . .
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Community yard sale set for May 15
Warm weather is right around the corner and it’s time for Spring cleaning. Gather your unwanted items and join in the Cottonwood Community Yard Sale, set for May 15, and being organized by “The Clowns” Relay for Life team. . . .
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27 earn straight A's at Prairie Middle School
There were 27 students on the A honor roll at Prairie Middle School for the third quarter of the 2009-2010 school year. They were Rebekah Bruner, Drew Cochran, Casey Danly and Jared Higgins in the 8th grade; Mason Dalgliesh, Natasha Gimmeson, Stellina Laurino, Emily McHugh, Jessica Riener, Tannor Ross, Whitney Sonnen and Holli Uhlorn in the 7th grade; Jake Bruner, Hailey Danly, Brandon Higgins, Marisa Lustig, Talyss Lustig, Eliese Perrin, Sarah Seubert, Abbie Uhlenkott and Krystin Uhlenkott in the 6th grade and Haley Enneking, Stephanie Jungert, Nicole Poxleitner, Kylie Tidwell, Chaye Uptmor and Terran Vanator in the 5th grade. . . .
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Community Cleanup starts April 16
The City of Cottonwood Community Cleanup will start this Friday, April 16 and run through Sunday, May 16. . . .
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Second Ladies Night Out is April 15
This Thursday, April 15, St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics is sponsoring the second Susan G. Komen for the Cure Ladies Night out at their Cottonwood Medical Clinic. . . .
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Lynn Goeckner to be Prairie ROCKS! guest
Prairie ROCKS is back into full swing again after enjoying some time off for Spring Break.   . . .
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Meet Syringa's new doctors
Syringa Hospital & Clinics invite the public to join them in welcoming three new providers to their medical staff - Danny Griffis, MD, Cheryl Mallory, MD and Kevin Mallory, PA-C. The event will take place on Wednesday April 28th at the Soltman Center in Grangeville. . . .
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NICI holds graduation
The Robert Janss School at North Idaho Correctional Institution (NICI) held a graduation ceremony on Thursday, April 8, to recognize seventeen individuals who recently earned their General Education Development (GED) certificates.   . . .
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Baseball schedule
The only scheduled baseball game last week got postponed due to weather. The Pirates are scheduled to get back into action on April 15. . . .
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Volleyball Theme Tournament is BPA fundraiser
The Prairie Volleyball Team Theme Tournament will be held Wednesday, April 28th at 6 p.m. at Prairie High School. . . .
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Track Schedule
Next action for the PHS track team is Friday, April 23. . . .
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Summit announces honor roll, perfect attendance for third quarter
Honor roll records released this week by Summit Academy noted seven high school students with maximum grade points of 4.00, or straight A averages. . . .
Third quarter perfect attendance records submitted this week by Summit officials gave evidence of a tough quarter as only a relative few of the 105 students there managed to make it to school every day. . . .
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Letters to the editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in the print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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The intersection of U.S. 95 and  Greencreek Road has been the site of numerous accidents in the years since the bypass was built in the mid-1970’s. Input is sought on how to make it safer. See story at left. Photo by Joe Riener.

Maria Munger, Samantha Remacle and Bailie Gehring received plaques in recognition of 3 years of membership in the Prairie Youth Choir at the Jazz Concert in March.  Josie Remington was recognized for 4 years of membership with a medal, but moved to Mexico just prior to Jazz Festival and was unavailable for the photo.  Congrats to all of these girls for their dedication and leadership in choir! 

The Easter Bunny (AKA Sharon Kimball) helps Ashlyn North, daughter of Heather and Aaron North, hunt eggs at Carole and Jim Toennis’ home.

The second Ladies Night Out will be held this Thursday, April 15, from 5:30 to 7:30 at the SMHC Cottonwood Medical Clinic.  Peg Gehring, FNP, is pictured at the first event.  She and other female health providers will be on hand to discuss women’s wellness and conduct annual female exams. See story at left.

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