2010, the year in Chronicle headlines
By Kayla Raymond
Editor’s Note: Following is the third part of our annual review of the past year in Chronicle headlines.
September 2, 2010
Jim Rehder attends NaCo public lands committee meetings 
Local forests welcome Labor Day visitors 
Nominees sought for Brightest Star awards 
22 out for PHS volleyball 
Prairie football teams seek another trip to state 
13 out for Summit volleyball 
Briana Ousnamer is Prairie Imperial Bowl new manager 
Mildred M. Baerlocher, 90
Harold J. Schnider, 79 
September 9, 2010 
The John and Sue Schumacher farm and the Fred and Randy Arnzen farm receive Century awards 
Jitterz Java & Deli, Bent Fork Station Grill and Hairs to You are new businesses in Cottonwood and Archie’s Cleaners has a new owner 
$300,000 grant received by St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics and Clearwater Valley Hospital 
Republicans open headquarters office 
Pirates beat Genesee 46-20
Lady Pirates lose in 4 at Grangeville 
Kevin Conger is St. Mary’s Hospital employee of the month 
C & B Auto adds services 
Winifred Rhoades is playing again 
Hospitals sponsor public CPR and AED classes 
Farm real estate values decrease 
Ruhoff family participates in ‘Purple Ride’ 
Janice L. Lustig, 69
Mary Kay Currin Lobaugh, 50 
September 16, 2010 
Mystery Night is Sept. 24
Pirates win big at Deary, 64-22
Lady Pirates take third at Kendrick Tournament 
Lady Pirates win at Highland, 25-12, 25-20, 18-25, 25-17 
Summit volleyballers starts 4-6
Lady Pirates split tri-match 
Summit Academy starts school year 
Art students learn to throw pots 
JV’s take second at tournament 
Megan Wilson pursues Doctorate 
Don & Pamela Heckman celebrate 50th anniversary 
Consuella ann Klein and Clayton Gerrard Forsmann
Isabella Brooklyne Mundt, daughter of Brad Mundt and Brittny Behler 
Amelia Marie Schacher, daughter of Ben and Lisa Schacher 
September 23, 2010 
Enrollment is higher at prairie Schools 
Forest Travel Plan draws near 
SMHC acquires DEXA scanner
VA Clinic to open in Grangeville 
Schlader tosses 5 TD passes in game against Potlatch, winning 48-20
Lady Pirates lose in 4 games at Kendrick 
Lady Pirates lose to C.V./ Grangeville 
Nezperce sweeps Lady Pirates
Summit girls lose two matches 
Summit Jr. High girls are 1-1
Healthy Horizons program offered by SMHC
Ted Billups is honored 
Jack and Ruth Roy celebrate 50th anniversary 
SGA 50 year reunion held
James Matthew Kees, 87
Jonathan Jason Brown, son of Sally and Jason Brown 
September 30, 2010
Action taken on wolf management 
Japanese internment camps subject of first lecture
Cookie Dough sale started 
NOSDA training set for Oct. 14 in Orofino 
Lady Pirates sweep Potlatch 
Lardy Pirates lose at Genesee
Lady Pirates take part in Border Battle 
Homeowner’s exemptions set for 2010
Summit girls are 1-1 on the week 
Donald & Theresa Funke celebrate 60th anniversary 
October 7, 2010
This is Homecoming week at PHS
Brock Heath, Colton Nuxoll, Justin Cox, Meaghan Bruner, Francesca Johnson, Shelby Duman, Kendra Dinning, Devin Schmidt, Beau Schlader, David Johnson, and Ryan Dalgliesh are the Homecoming King and Queen candidates 
Schmidt scores 8 TD’s, beating Kendrick, 64-20 
Lady Pirates sweep Timberline
Lady Pirates split tri-match
Summit loses 3 matches 
Lady Pirates 2-3 at Genesee Tournament 
Lady Pirates fall in 5 games to Kamiah 
Hildegarde of Bingen highlights Monastery’s October events 
Integrative Health Fair set for October 15
Lloyd L. Delay, 85 
Walter Nuxoll, 95 
October 14, 2010
Hospitals receive award 
Shelby Duman and Beau Schlader are Homecoming Queen and King 
Amanda Stinson and Kelsey Tidwell are Prairie High School Students of the Month 
GOP bus tour to visit 
Pirates win big at Homecoming 
PHS Rodeo team finishes fall season 
Jim Severson is St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics employee of the month 
SGA class of 1960 hold reunion 
Library hoping to host Smithsonian exhibit
Funnel cloud spotted 
William Jacob Sonnen, son of Norm and Julie Sonnen 
October 21, 2010
The scarecrow display at Cottonwood Credit Union was awarded first place in the Chamber of Commerce contest, Arnzen Drug was second place 
Pirates hold off Lewis County
Lady Pirates win District opener
Lady Pirates 2 points short of state trip 
Deary drops Prairie in 5 games 
Summit in District finals
Summit Jr. High girls win 3 games 
Sue Lattin, Massage Therapist joining staff at SMH Grangeville Medical Clinic 
SMHC partners with optometrist 
Flu Clinics are scheduled 
PHS students volunteer with recycling 
Sgt. Richard Eugene Elliott, 42 
Jake Chaffee and Lacey Wargi 
Peytyn Jo Chaffee, daughter of Jake and Lacey Chaffee 
Madeline Susan Wassmuth, daughter of Neil and Susan Wassmuth 
October 28, 2010 
Election is Tuesday 
Hospital to celebrate 80th anniversary 
Pirates break open close game 
Lady Pirates eliminate Kendrick 
Lady Pirates finish 4th at District Francesca Johnson and Rachel Wemhoff are named to All-Stars 
Summit girls ousted at District 
Local man is arrested for the transfer of child pornography images over the internet 
Ernie Nuxoll, 69 
(To be continued)

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