2011 in review, cont.
March 17
Cottonwood Council adopts International Building Code
79 youngsters try out for youth play
Josh Roeper and Seth Guyer are students of the month at PHS
Jennifer Cochran is hospital employee of the month
8 BPA students at state conference
Library offers free memberships in April
Lady Pirates beat Orofino, Kellogg twice to open softball season
TSA students compete at State
Shannon Wilson is guest speaker at NICI graduation
Hillco Technologies receives Governor’s Award
Pinewood Derby is held by Cub Scouts
Monastery Shop expresses creativity, values
8th grade AAU team takes first at CV Tournament
Play performances set for March 18
Girl Scouts hold Cookie Booth sale
Death: Irene B. Schacher, 62, Feb. 25
March 24
Levy amount is set
Sr. Clarissa is re-elected as Prioress
Hospital representatives do presentation at Boston conference
Ladies Night Out is April 14
Pirates lose to C.V. in baseball
Brock Heath wins 1600 at Lapwai invite
Cub Scouts visit Ferdinand Vet Clinic
Wrestling awards given
Clinics EMR initiation underway
VFW awards dinner is held
Library sets date for Brats & Brew
Former pharmacist sentenced
Teachers prepare portfolios
Birth: Holden Howard Poxleitner, March 3, to Brett and Jillann Poxleitner, grandson of Jim and Denise Poxleitner
March 31
Blood drive set for April 12
Chaelena Wimer working at Bethany Home orphanage in South Africa
Museum reopens after renovations
Ryan Glimp and Ally Hale are attendance winners at PMS
St. Mary’s and Clearwater Valley Hospitals hire for new position
Rachel Wemhoff is District Farm Bureau speech winner
Lady Pirates beat Highland, Colton and Potlatch twice in softball
Pirates named to all-state basketball teams-Devin Schmidt-1st team, Beau Schlader-2nd team, MeShel Rad-girls 2nd team
Summit’s Savanah Prigge named to girls 2nd team all-state.
Brock Heath and MaKayla Schaeffer win at Kamiah meet
Youth ministry activities for April
Yoga classes to be offered
Volunteers encouraged to join American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
Book features local history
April 7
Items sought for benefit yard sale for Jill Nuxoll
PHS Showcase Night is April 14
Linda Stubbers is April’s Artist of the month at Library
Summit announces third quarter honor roll
Yoga, massage are featured
Travis Mader’s world history class takes part in LCSC International Exchange
Summit hold ‘hotshot” competition
Summit to present play
Idaho County 4-H party set for April 9
Ag in the Classroom workshops planned
31 have perfect attendance at Summit
Center for Discovery carnival set for April 13
Death: Anthony M. Koepl, 81, April 3
April 14
Shaun Riener resigns from Cottonwood City Council due to job conflicts
Community Yard Sale set for May 21
Community cleanup to start
20 earn straight A’s at PHS
Benefit dinner planned for Relay for Life
Ladies Night Out is Thursday
Pirates lose at Orofino
Lady Pirates swept by Moscow
MaKayla Schaeffer wins two events at Kamiah meet
Girl Scouts learn about animals
Cub/Boy Scouts attend Lewiston Scout-O-Rama
Joan Kopczynski to hold book signing
38 make A honor roll at PMS
Preschool screenings are set
Death: Carl K. Salisbury, 53, March 22; Virginia Rae Seubert, 57, April 3
Birth: Tess Audrey Goeckner, March 16, daughter of William and Lynn Goeckner, granddaughter of Wayne and Joyce Goeckner and Tim and Della Gehring, great-granddaughter of Jim Gehring and Audrey Uhlenkott
April 21
105 donate blood
Scouts and their families help KC’s with highway cleanup
Easter Egg Hunt set
Pinwheels planted for child abuse awareness
Lady Pirates beat Genesee, Kamiah, split with Troy
Pirates lose to C.V., Grangeville and Nezperce
Brock Heath, MaKayla Schaeffer earn 2nd place finishes
Julie Church is hospital employee of the month
‘Dancing with the Stars’ fundraiser set
‘Easter Tree’ celebrates life
New book released about pioneer country schools
Girls Scouts visit Shelter Home
Clinics to provide annual Medicate Wellness visits
Fr. Eamonn to lead ‘Artists in our Midst”
Cottonwood Police Department awarded grant
Engagement: Jeff Fealko, grandson of Louis Schmidt, to Michaela Campbell
Birth: Macy Jane Blevins, March 31, to Waylon and Katie Blevins, granddaughter of Pat & Cheri Holthaus
April 28
School Board meets
Ball teams plant trees on Arbor Day
Former students talk up school programs
Planners prepare for ‘Dancing with the Stars’
Lady Pirates lose to Orofno
Pirates lose 20-21 at Kamiah
Heath, relays win at Kamiah Invitational
Boys basketball awards given
Girl Scouts earn badges
Boy/Cub Scout volunteer leaders honored
Handgun firearms class offered
Death: Kenneth B. Kaschmitter, 51, April 20; Mark A. Shepard, 48; Ella Mae “Alice” Bender, 88, April 22
Engagement: Kelly Nicole Crossin and Jeramie Robert Hanson
May 5
Top scholars for 2011 at PHS are Silas Whitley and Seth Guyer
Kim and Josh Frei awarded Grange Insurance Association scholarships
Chip truck overturns north of Cottonwood on U.S. 95
Youth Ministry activities for May
Lady Pirates rout Grangeville
Pirates beat Timberline, lose to Genesee and twice to Potlatch
Brock Heath, Justin Schmidt win at Nez Perce/LC Games
Local youth attend ICYC
Cole Frei and Jayce Huling are attendance winners at PMS
Delaney Uhlenkott is first place winner and Jacob Stubbers 2nd place in Idaho County Farm Bureau essay contest for 5th grade students.
Peter Arnoti, son of Ladd Arnoti, honored by South Carolina
4-H leadership conference held
Engagement: Kayla Uhlenkott and Benjamin Wilson, Uhlenkott is daughter of Pat and Connie Uhlenkott
Death: Edward A. Arnzen, 72, April 19; Bonnie J. Carothers, 88, April 27
(to be continued)

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