Updated September 2, 2010
Rehder attends NaCo Public Lands committee meetings
A nationwide effort is underway to address the Federal Governmentís contract with rural counties for revenue for schools and roads.  Rural county revenue opportunities for roads and schools come from timber harvest or federal budget appropriations. . . .
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From the Police Chief
School has started and Lewiston Street is nice and smooth. . . .
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Come GROW! with us
Itís not too late to join the Tri-Parish Catholic parish community in our small group faith-sharing adventure. . . .
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Nominees sought for Brightest Star awards
Sharon Florence of Boise has been a voice in court for more than 100 children in foster care for more than 20 years. Many of these children now have safe homes, free of abuse and neglect. Florence, a recipient of a 2009 Governor's Brightest Star Award, was one of 67 businesses, groups and individuals recognized for their outstanding volunteer efforts last year. . . .
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Boosters looking to purchase flag
The Prairie Booster Club is looking to purchase a retractable U.S. Flag to be installed at the Prairie High School gym. . . .
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Dance classes to start
Designed 2 Dance classes are starting back up on September 13th at the Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Bowling news
Prairie Imperial Bowl in Craigmont will have a new operations manager during the upcoming bowling season. . . . 
The Cottonwood Women's Monday Night "BOWLERETTES" will be starting their new season on Monday, September 13th, at Camas Lanes in Grangeville. . . .
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Slamfest Softball Tourney set
Syringa Hospital & Clinics will hold their annual Slamfest Softball Tournament Friday September 10 and Saturday September 11th, at the Lions Park in Grangeville. . . .
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Pirates seeking another state trip
The Prairie football team will get into action this week with a JV game at  Kamiah on Thursday at 6 p.m. and a varsity home game against Genesee on Friday at 7 p.m. . . .
Changes to football schedule. . . .
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22 out for PHS volleyball
The Prairie volleyball team sees their first varsity action this Thursday, Sept. 2 at Grangeville. . . .
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13 out for Summit volleyball
Summit Academy has 13 girls out for volleyball this year and had their first match this past Monday at Nezperce. . . .
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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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Pictured here on the left is Marc Kelley, Campaign Manager for the Partnership for Rural America with Jim Rehder, Idaho County Commissioner and member of the National Association of Counties Public Lands Steering Committee. Photo provided by Joe Riener. See story at left.

The Cottonwood Little League All-Stars recently took first place in the Grangeville All-Star Tournament. No IDís were provided with the photo. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The first team offense runs a play during practice Monday. Thatís quarterback Beau Schlader, whoís sprouted up to 6í2Ē, handing off to Devin Schmidt. #9 is Brock Heath. See preseason article below left.

Tanna Schlader goes up for a spike at the Jamboree in Grangeville last week. Also shown are Shelby Duman, 9, and Kayla Johnson, 10. See preseason story at left.

From left Cassidy Stubbers, Rachel Wemhoff and Nicole Frei get ready for a serve from Nezperce. Photo by Steve Wherry. See preseason story and schedule at left.
 
 
 
 

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