Updated January 12, 2012
Cottonwood City Council meets
Alcohol beverage licenses for 2012 were approved at the January meeting of the Cottonwood City Council Monday, Jan. 9. . . .
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Girl Scouts complete service project
In October of last year, Ciara Chaffee, a Junior in Troop 3785 started a service project to collect canned food for the shelter home in Cottonwood. . . .
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2011 in review, cont.
More of our review of 2011.. . .
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Cottonwood and area history continued; Remember When
Yes, this again was a time of change. The Korean War was a dirty war with China and Russia mixed in  . . .
In the 1940’s there was lots of ice skating. Sometimes during the day and sometimes by bonfire! . . .
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Williams is employee of the month
Kelly Williams was selected as the first Employee of the Month for 2012. . . .
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PHS to present 'Beauty and the Beast'
The Prairie H.S. Drama class will be presenting the musical “Beauty and the Beast” . . .
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Library News
2012-Another Year.  A moment to reflect.  2011 was a great year for the Library. . . .
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Shooters open with 72
It was an unseasonably nice way to start the Annual Camas Prairie Trapshooting Association's 10 week shoot, with sunny skies and no wind to speak of. . . .
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From the Police Chief
Cottonwood Police Department has received several complaints regarding citizens and their dogs. . . .
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Prize drawing winners
On this page are listed the winners of the Prairie Drug Free Group prize drawing as well as the latest KC 52-Pickup winners. . . .
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Pirates split games
The Prairie Pirates picked up their first win over the season at Highland then lost to Lapwai at home in their league opener. . . .
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Lady Pirates split games
The Prairie Lady Pirates won big over Highland then lost at Lapwai in what amounted to a battle for the #1 seed into district. . . .
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4 take first at Kamiah
Four Prairie wrestlers won individual championships with another taking second at the Kamiah Invitational Wrestling Tournament.. . .
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Summit girls win twice, boys lose twice
The Summit girls beat Genesee and Kendrick last week while the boys lost to the same two schools. . . .
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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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Girl Scout Troop 3785 with the Shelter Home residents. See story below. In the back row are Shelter Home residents. Girl Scouts from left are Josie Remacle, Ciara Chaffee, Anna Everson, Rachael Gimmeson, Leann Lightfield, Cloe Rowland, Trinity Martinez, Heather and John Lightfield, and Shari Chaffee. (Not pictured but participating in the food drive were Martina Everson and Madison Shears. See story at left. Photo provided by Shari Chaffee. Click on the photo for a larger view. 

With joyful hearts the PFFP high school youth delivered cookies during the Christmas season. Shown from left are Andy Gehring, John Mager, Whitney Sonnen, Dorothy Schmidt, Emily McHugh, Levi Lustig, Cassidy Stubbers, Monica Lustig and Rosie Trautman. Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. Click on the photo for a larger view.
The PFFP youth are gathered at Fr. Haldane’s after a joyful night of Christmas Caroling. Back from left are Kevin Karel, Beth Dinning, Heidi Holubetz, Andrea Kaschmitter, Garrett Workman, Mike Karel, Father Haldane, Loretta Poxleitner, Debbie Chicane and Emily McHugh. In front from left are Kyle Uhlenkott, Jessica Kaschmitter, Patty Bruegeman and Sheri Schumacher. Peeking from behind Kyle is Casandra Dinning. Not pictured is Steven Kinzer. Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The PFFP youth prepare to celebrate Christmas with the community through participating in the lighted Christmas parade as the Living Nativity. Back from left are Steven Kinzer, Silas Whitley, Austin Sonnen, Emily McHugh, Nikki Gilmore and Clark Bruno. Front from left are Brandie Gehring, Lydia Lustig, Leah Holthaus, Garrett Schmidt, Laura Spencer, Matthew Schwartz, Alex Duman, Patty Bruegeman and Rosie Trautman. Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. Click on the photo for a larger view.
This load of yellow pin logs from Ed Uptmor’s land to Forsman Brothers Sawmill is the last load for this old warhorse of a logging truck. Shown from left are Dick and Mick Forsman.

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