Updated January 26, 2012
Workman to play volleyball in Australia
Tyler Workman has been nominated by her coach, Cheyanne Hudson, to travel to Australia for nine days during July of 2012.  She will travel with Down Under Sports. . . .
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Changes to Chamber Bucks program
The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce will be handling Chamber Bucks in a different way beginning February 1. . . .
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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
Welcome back to memory lane. Talk of the past brings back many memories. This past Sunday the twin Geis girls, Grace Remacle and Francis Nuttman, celebrated their 90th birthday. . . .
Remember when…Lucille Ackerman ran the Café Royal? Liz Brady ran the same café? . . .
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Tracy to return to Bangladesh
Dennis Tracy, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist at St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics is scheduled to go to Bangladesh the middle of February for 2 weeks where he will be working with a surgical team to provide anesthesia for surgical procedures.. . .
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Cardiac Rehab grad sings its praises
St. Mary’s Hospital opened their Cardiac Rehab in July of 1996; since that date approximately 500 patients have gone through the programs. . . .
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Library News
Have you read any books by Artist, Thomas Kinkade? . . .
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Ski Skoop
The snow is finally here and 126 skiers were on the hill Sunday to celebrate!! . . .
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Remember Patrick
On Christmas eve 2010, Patrick J. Kopczynski died suddenly in Las Vegas, Nev. He was 38 years of age. . . .
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Prairie ROCKS update
Prairie ROCKS (Real Outside Catholic Knowledge & Studies) continues to reach our high school Prairie Faith Formation Program students by inviting community members to join us during class time to share their faith story with the students. . . .
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Pirates win 1 of 3; Winds keep shooters scoring down
The Prairie Pirates beat Timberline by 30, lost at C.V. by 25 and lost at Grangeville by 5 in basketball action last week . . .
Another week in the books at the gun club and 37 shooters braved the cold weather and gusty winds trying to post their best scores. . . .
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Lady Pirates lose to Kamiah; District starts next week
In a matchup of teams ranked near the top of the state polls in their respective divisions, the Kamiah Kubs made it a season sweep over the Prairie Lady Pirates by a score of 38-58. . . .
The District 2 1-A, Division 1 girls basketball tournament gets underway next Monday, Jan. 30 at the LCSC Activity Center in Lewiston with a pair of games. . . .
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3 take first at McCall
The Prairie wrestling team took third as a team and had 3 individual champions at the Mile High Classic Wrestling Tournament held at McCall Jan. 20 and 21. . . .
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Summit girls win twice, boys win 1 of 3
The Summit ladies raised their season record to 14 and 4 and their White Pine League record to 8 and 2 last week, with easy victories over Orofino, 38-22, and Highland, 56-20. . . .
The Summit Patriot boys picked up a win and two losses last week, winning their league game against Timberline but dropping two hard-fought games to Orofino and Logos. . . .
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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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Mrs. Ellis's 8th grade Algebra I class earned 1st place in the region (and 3rd in the state) in the Apangea Idaho Math Cup, which was held in November.  Apangea is an online math program in which students work at their own pace to solve math problems covering a multitude of concepts.  The class spent over 127 hours on the program (both in school and out) and earned over 293,000 points with Hanna Ross & Abbie Uhlenkott each racking up over 50,000, and Sierra Latimer & Talyss Lustig over 40,000 points each.  Just before Christmas break the class received a banner, which they all signed, and a pizza party (delivered from The Hangout) from Apangea.  Click on the photo for a larger view. 

On Sat the 21st of January, the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts went to the tubing hill at Snowhaven.  Some of the foreign exchange students went too.  First it was raining, then hailing, then it snowed.  After the snow got packed really good, the hill turned to ice.  Then we really sailed down the hill.  After we were done tubing we went to the Pizza Factory for pizza and breadsticks.  It was very fun and we enjoyed spending the day together. By Jared and Matt Coppernoll. Shown in the photo are all those who actually tubed. Back row Left to Right:  Jim Chmelik, Torry Chmelik, Cody Lockhart, Anthony Karel, Jared Coppernoll, Zach Arnzen, Keith Coppernoll, Summer Martin, Ember Martin, Hunter Chaffee, Jacob Stubbers. Front Row:  Caleb Butler, Matt Coppernoll and Cole Martin. Also joining us, but not in the photo were:  Carson Schmidt,  Phil Schmidt, Jessica Butler, Aleta Coppernoll, Dan and Laurie Karel, Shari Chaffee. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Tyler Workman has been chosen to play volleyball in Australia this July. She will be selling take and bake pizzas to be delivered in time for the Super Bowl as a fundraiser. See story above left.

The City of Ferdinand in 1911. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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