Updated March 31, 2011
Blood drive set for April 12
Each year, spring brings new life in nature. . . .
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Wimer working at Bethany Home
A great thank you to everyone that came to the spaghetti feed to support Bethany Home. . . .
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Museum reopens after renovation
Thanks to the generous cash award from the 2010 Sister Alfreda Elsensohn Award for Outstanding Service, the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude recently completed several renovation projects. . . .
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Hire made for new position
Kristy Fresh, CMPE, MBA, was recently hired by St. Mary’s and Clearwater Valley Hospitals and Clinics as their Director of Physician Practice and Medical Home, a newly developed position. . . .
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Youth Ministry activities for April
With the month of April we enter the most sacred time of year and are given the opportunity to respond with hope. . . .
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Library News
We are about to run out of the month of March so if you have not had a chance to visit the library, please take time to drop by and admire the paintings of Ladd Arnoti that beautify the display area. . . .
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Yoga classes are offered
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics are offering a series of five Yoga classes on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 6:30 beginning April 20 and ending May 18. . . .
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Girl Scouts to have cookie booth sale
Girl Scout Troop 3785 will be having a cookie booth sale this Friday, April 1st from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cottonwood Foods. . . .
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Book features local history
Esther Barnett Goffinet has recently published a history book containing a lot of local area history.  It is a biography of her father, Eugene Barnett. . . .
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Schmidt named to first team all-state
Devin Schmidt of Prairie High School has been named to the All-State Basketball first team for Class 1-A Division I for the 2010-2011 season. . . .
All scheduled baseball games were postponed by weather. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 4 games
The Prairie Lady Pirates won 4 games last week defeating Highland, Colton and Potlatch twice. . . .
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Heath, Schaeffer win at Kamiah meet
Brock Heath won the 3200 while MaKayla Schaeffer won the triple jump at a 16 school meet at Kamiah Thursday, March 24. . . .
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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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Chaelena Wimer with several of the youngsters at the Bethany Home orphanage in South Africa. See story at left for more photos.

Attendance winners for the month of March at Prairie Middle School were Ryan Glimp and Ally Hale.

Historical Museum Curator Sister Wendy Olin, Director Sam Couch, and  Museum Technician Shirley Gehring with new collection shelving. See story above left.

Rachel JeanWemhoff is the winner of the Speech Contest for District 5 of Idaho Farm Bureau . Rachel's speech was the first place winner ($100) of Idaho County, so her speech was sent to compete for the district where she also placed first, winning $100. District 5 encompasses the counties from Riggins north to the Canadian border. Winning District qualified her speech for state competition, receiving $50. Rachel is the daughter of Roger and Annette Wemhoff, Grangeville. She is graduating from Summit Academy this June. Photo by Jeanne Arnzen

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