2010, the year in Chronicle headlines
By Kayla Raymond
Editor’s Note: Following is the second part of our annual review of the past year in Chronicle headlines.
May 6, 2010
Blaz answers levy questions 
Prairie Community Library reopening nears
Census Bureau to start door-knocking operation
Pirates lose big to Orofino, 5-16
Shumway breaks school record again
Kyler Shumway and the girls 4x200 relay team wins at Kamiah track meet 
Rodeo team competes at Lewiston, 
Collette Schaeffer is St. Mary’s Hospital Employee of the Month 
Syringa expands mental health services 
Lewis and Roberta Crea celebrate 60th anniversary 
Winchester Rodeo set for July 3-4
Evelyn Roberts
Mary Nuttman-Ackerman, 51
Mikayle Jo Rowland, daughter of Brent and Tara Rowland 
May 13, 2010
Library to hold open house 
Superintendent answers forest fund usage questions 
Pirates edge Genesee 1-0
Pirates split with Potlatch
Pirates compete at all-star meets 
Lady Pirates Softball win 4 games 
Pirates upset by C.V.
Callie Mader, NaTosha Schaeffer and MaKayla Schaeffer qualify for State Rodeo 
Tara Stubbers, Dylan Prigge, Alicia Pepper and Jordan Killmar win the Idaho County Farm Bureau scholarship 
Center for Discovery celebrates 10th anniversary 
Makenzie Moea’i receives volleyball scholarship to the University of Nevada 
Lt. Colonel Brian James, commander of Task Force Atlas and the 141st Brigade Support Battalion of the Oregon Army National Guard is home from Iraq 
May 15 is signup deadline for Progressive Agriculture Safety Day 
Gerald Richardson receives $1,980 for design and engineering kits for students to construct and demonstrate systems and models from Idaho National Laboratory 
Diana Wadleigh-Geis and Cody Graning 
Helen C. Uhlenkott, 90
May 20, 2010 
Randy Brown is new High School Principal 
Prairie Lady Pirates make their 9th straight trip to state after winning District Championship 
Prairie Baseball team took second at District 
Pirates earn state berth 
Pirates shut out C.V. 10-0
Kyler Shumway, Brock Heath, Ryan Dalgleish, NaTosha Schaeffer, MaKayla Schaeffer, Mary Shears, girls 4x200, 4x100, and 4x400 relay teams qualify for state 
Shari Chaffee is Mother of the Year 
John S. Manocchia, 73
May 27, 2010
Levy passes with 60% yes vote
40 to graduate Friday
Summit to graduate 5 on Saturday 
Kyler Shumway and the girls 4x200 meter relay team brought home first place medals from the state track meet 
Jim Rehder is appointed to serve on NACo’s Public Lands Steering Committee 
Pirates baseball team wins state title 
Lady Pirates take 2nd at State 
Local Scouts attend Centennial Camporee 
Highway 95 work planned between Grangeville and Cottonwood 
Regina Hollandsworth celebrate 90th birthday 
Ralph and Sally Terhaar celebrate 50th anniversary 
Christopher John Duclos and Stephanie Kay Burnside 
June 3, 2010
Sheryl Nuxoll beat Lee Heinrich in the Primary Elections 
Kathy Seubert is the June Employee of the Month at St. Mary’s Hospital & Clinics 
Idaho County Fair Royalty sign-up deadline is June 30th 
New condos are being developed at St. Mary’s Hospital 
Kyler Shumway was awarded the Student of the Year
NaTosha Schaeffer and David Sigler were named Queen and King of Sports
Amber Holthaus and David Sigler were named Athletes of the Year 
Gina Seubert was awarded “The Prize”
David Sigler and Kyle Holthaus were awarded Taco John Student Athlete awards 
Museum to have a display at LCSC 
Syringa gets a new cardiac monitor 
Winchester Days is set for July 1-4
Jayme Ann Kaschmitter and Jonathan William Knoke
June 10, 2010 
Prairie High School is awarded ‘Exemplary Achievement Status’
Grand opening for Inn at St. Gertrude is Sunday 
Kayla Schumacher, Caitlin Renne’, Rebekah Bruner, and Haley Danly are State KC Hoop Shoot champions 
Nezperce pool to open 
Surplus items for sale at the Cottonwood School District 
Ashley Hendren is the 2010 Winchester Open Rodeo Queen 
Nun Dolls are at the Museum 
Joanne L. Uhlorn, 78
Alli Linda Rambo is the daughter of Jason and Megan Rambo 
June 17, 2010
Lisa Radakovich and Regina Sullival cut the ribbon to open the Inn at St. Gertrude
Free concert at the Monastery 
Whitney Sonnen, Drew Cochran, Lucas Arnzen, Emily McHugh, Casey Danly, Laina Sonnen, Chaye Uptmor, and Rosie Trautman won the perfect attendance drawing at Prairie Middle School 
Kaylee Uhlenkott has been named to Dean’s list at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin falls 
Roy L. Snyder, 59
Natalie Wimer and Chad Latimer
Clara Lynn Jentges is the daughter of Dan and Kristen Jentges 
June 24, 2010
Safe Sitter course offered 
Construction crew put in handicapped ramps on the sidewalk corners along Business 95
Jim Rehder speaks at national webinar conference 
Carly Behler, Lauren Chmelik, Kerry Mckinstry, Anna Osborne, Alexa Prigge, Teresa Shipley, Samantha Johnson, Abbigail Lustig, Kelsey Marker, Chase Nuxoll, Maria Osborne, Emily Rehder, Colleen Terhaar, Christa Wilson, Casandra Schaeffer, and Lauren Wemhoff are named to the President’s and Dean’s List at LCSC
Heart disease and stroke prevention funds received 
Seth Chaffee and Mike Karen earn Life Scout Badges 
Meaghan Bruner is nominated to attend the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine 
Sister Carol Ann Wassmuth and Sister Placida Wemhoff celebrate 50th Jubilee 
Moose spotted in Melody Frei’s back yard in Cottonwood 
7 earn straight A’s at Summit 
July 1, 2010 
Greencreek celebration set for Saturday
21 earn straight A’s at PHS 
26 make A honor roll at PMS
Expansion planned at Grangeville PT Clinic 
Louis and Linda Stubbers celebrate 50th anniversary 
Joe and Ada Wilson are the 2010 Border Days Grand Marshals 
Chelsea Park and Taylor Wemhoff are the 2010 Border Days Royalty 
Larson’s Department Stores to open in Grangeville 
Library is awarded $1,000 grant 
Debra J. Uhlenkott, 53
Catherine Braden, 87
Zachary Christopher Shumacher, son of Adam and Beth Schumacher 
July 8, 2010
Casey Meza to receive IHA award 
Elmer Wessels is grand marshal for the 2010 Greencreek 4th of July celebration 
No-cost mammograms still available 
41 show up for Summer Reading Program 
Archeological Site Excavation Underway 
Raspberry Festival Fun Run / Walk entrants sought 
Daniel Lawrence Clark and Ashley Danielle Nuxoll 
Raspberry Festival is dedicated to Sr. Wilma Schlangen 
July 15, 2010
Dr. Marc Farnworth to join SMHC staff next summer
Third Ladies Night Out set for July 27 
Pat Forsmann, OR/CS Supervisor was July’s Employee of the Month at St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics 
D.J. Walker, Silas Whitley, Matt Jungert, Garrett Workman and Tyler Workman attend TSA Nationals 
Eleanor Hinkelman to celebrate 80th birthday 
Carolyn Sonnen, Jessica Gehring, Tiffany Schaeffer, Christopher Hattrup, Brandon Rehder, Kayla Uhlenkott, Ryan Rehder, Justin Smith, Adeline Lustig and Kimberly Frei are named to the University of Idaho Dean’s List 
Richard Fewer Stack, 87
Thomas L. Campbell, 76
July 22, 2010
District 2 Wheat commissioner sought 
15th annual Central Idaho Quilt show set for Sept. 4 
USDA, NASS seeks public input on future energy program 
Federal funds may help pay for storm damage to county roads 
Scott Forsmann was 2010 Grand Marshall of the 43rd Annual Cheney Rodeo 
Wendy Olin to celebrate First Profession 
J.D. and Carol Lauer celebrate 50th anniversary 
Vince Uhlenkott celebrates 98th birthday 
Percy and Edna Roeper celebrate 65th anniversary 
Bud and Joyce Stringham celebrate 50th anniversary 
Henrietta C. Bieker, 91
Ronald J. Puckett, 84
Bette L. Guyette, 64
July 29, 2010
Merannda Chaffee, Martina Everson, Rachel Falzon, Sarah Baune, Mandee Prado, and Halee Hill try out for Idaho County Fair Royalty
Economic recovery contract helps local electrician launch business 
Dr. Danny Griffis is new Syringa Hospice Medical Director 
Idaho appliance rebate funds 75% depleted 
Delbert (Clem) Nuxoll, 77 
Carol Ann Sams Anglen, 67
Jessica Audrey Gehring and William Jacob Schlader
Samuel Vincent Rehder, son of Chris and Amanda Rehder 
Nora Jane Crabtree, daughter of Michael and Ellen Crabtree
Bucky Jacob Harman, son of Pepper and Kim Harman 
August 5, 2010
Hailstorms hit area
Help sought for backpack program 
Debbie Rose is the August employee of the month at St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics 
Show and Shine winners named 
Youth sports concussions on the rise 
Martin Franklin Charvet, 76
Danielle Audrey Stubbers and David Andrew Spencer 
August 12, 2010
Shuttle service available at the fair 
Raymond James Terhaar, son of Andy and Molly Terhaar 
William H. “Bill” Schnider, 60 
Jalisa Wright and Robert Hammond 
August 19, 2010
Idaho County Fair is this week 
Lauretta Crabtree is Idaho County Fair Grand Marshal 
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics to open a Grangeville clinic on August 30th 
SMHC to host Parkinson Support Group meeting 
Idaho cattle on feed unchanged
Regence urges vaccination against Whooping Cough 
Street paving project hits snag
William (Bill) Forsman, 64
Amber Geis and Ryan Anderson 
Christopher Michael Herzog and Karel Jean Wassmuth 
August 26, 2010
Sarah Baune was Crowned the 2011 Idaho County Fair Royalty Queen, with Merannda Chaffee 1st Princess, and Halee Hill 2nd Princess 
Jade Gutzman is top showman 
Katrina Frei had the grand champion market lamb
Tessa Godfrey had the grand champion market hog
Jade Gutzman had the grand champion market steer, she was also grand champion showman for market beef and round robin grand champion showman
Sheyenne Stewart was grand champion showman for market lambs
Kristin Kaschmitter was grand champion showman for market swine 
Tate Stowers was reserve champion for quality steer
Kally Arnzen was reserve champion quality market lamb
Madison Pecarovich was reserve champion quality hog
Chrysann Lusich was grand champion and Hunter Angeny was reserve champion quality goats and they reversed that order in fitting and showing 
Color guard/National Guard entry is best of show at parade 
Vincent G. Uhlenkott, 98 
(To be continued)

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