Updated August 9, 2012
Snyders presented Good Neighbor award
The Cottonwood Division of the Grangeville Garden Club, founded in 1949, has awarded their annual Good Neighbor Award to Steve and Judy Snyder. . . .
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Raspberry Festival a celebration of creativity and collaboration
Eleven-year-old Abigail Woods of Portland, Oregon had a creative vision. . . .
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87 participate in Raspberry Festival Fun Run/Walk
There were 87 participants in the Raspberry Festival Fun Run/Walk. . . .
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Troop Scoop
On July 27-28, Troop 638 camped out at Fish Creek camp ground. . . .
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Library News
AND THE WINNER IS***JONATHAN LLOYD  from Lewiston. . . .
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BLM plans Clearwater River cleanup day
Last year, over two tons of metal and trash were removed during the first annual Clearwater River Cleanup Day. . . .
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11 earn GEDs at NICI
Eleven men completed their GED Certificates at the North Idaho Correctional Institution and graduated on August 1, 2012.   . . .
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Team provides meal for Ride Idaho
On this page is a photo of the PHS boys basketball team. . . .
Also on this page is the 2012 PHS Football Schedule. . . .
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K-8 school supply list
We've put the whole K-8 school supply list together here for Prairie Schools. . . .
Also on this page is the 2012 PHS Volleyball Schedule. . . .
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Summit school supply lists
On this page is the 2012 Summit Academy school supply lists and also the Volleyball schedule. . . .
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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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Cottonwood City Park was full of tents and bicycles Monday evening as over 250 cyclists with Ride Idaho spent the night here. Click on the photo for a  larger view.

Some of the Ride Idaho cyclists enjoying a pulled pork sandwich dinner at the Fairgrounds which was provided by the PHS boys basketball team. Many others took their meals back over to the Park. Click on the photo for a  larger view.

Shown are the Tri-Parish Catholic Youth at the Relay for Life July 21 at Grangeville. Front from left are Stellina Laurino, Katherine Nida, Beth Dinning, Amanda Dinning, Samantha Keating, Steven Kinzer, Patty Bruegeman and Everett Skinner. Back from left are David Hamm, Kirstin Latimer, Holli Uhlorn, Rosie Trautman, Katarina Tillinghast, Debbie Chicane and Naomi Laurino. Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. Click on the photo for a  larger view.

Steve and Judy Snyder are shown receiving their Good Neighbor Award which was presented by the Grangeville Garden Club represented by Sheila Bruno and Betty Johnson. Photo submitted by Betty Johnson.. See story above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Many folks enjoyed barbecued beef sandwiches and raspberry shortcake as well as the music of the Old Time Fiddlers in the high school gym during the Raspberry Festival. See story above left for more Raspberry Festival photos. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Girl Scouts from Troop 3785 in Cottonwood are pictured here after receiving their incentives for selling Girl Scout cookies. Left to right are Leann Lightfield, Ciara Chaffee, Josie Remacle, Anna Everson and Rachael Gimmeson. Click on the photo for a larger view.

A moose was spotted in the Greencreek area near the intersection of Riener Road and Greencreek Road near Eckerts by Kayla Raymond. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The 1962 graduates of St. Gertrude's Academy gathered for a 50th reunion at the Red Lion Hotel in Lewiston on July 28, 2012. The banquet room was decorated in the school colors of marine blue and gold. A memory table displayed annuals, pictures, Signal--school newspapers from '62, and memory artifacts of 50 years ago. Among the well-preserved artifacts were 27 classmates who enjoyed a great evening of dinner, visiting and sharing of past memories and updates since the last reunion. Seated, from left: Mary Uptmor-Funke, Kathy Kuther, Judy Marine-Bendzak, Ann Donihee-Parazin, Norma Poxleitner-Wemhoff, Diane Seubert-James, Kathy Kaufman-Jenny, LaVonne Bieker-Spence. Middle: Ray Brady, Jan Uhlenkott-Frei, Barbara Duclos-Wimer, Rick Gehring, Sharon Wright-Schumaker, Jim Stach, Shirley Seubert-Fuchs, Doug Sterr, Shirley Duman-Gehring. Back: Mike Wimer, George Terhaar, Ed Seubert, Mel Schumaker, Larry Wemhoff, Tom Nuttman, Mark Uptmor, Ed Kopczynski, Mike Schmidt, Larry Arnzen. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Pictured are three generations of Walt and Edna Ruhoff’s family who participated in a Pancreatic Cancer fund raising bike ride and walk in Couer’ D Alene, Idaho on July 21st.  The Walt Ruhoff team was 2nd highest fund raiser and included three of his children, two grandchildren, and  one great grandson .  Walt Ruhoff, a former mayor of Cottonwood, fought this disease and much  progress is being made in research and treatment thanks to events such as these that educate and raise funds and awareness nationwide. Submitted by Angie (Ruhoff) Nuxoll. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Eleanor Hinkelman brought by this photo that dates to 100 years ago. It shows hogs delivered from Greencreek and Winona to Cottonwood on May 6, 1912.  Delivering hogs were (as spelled on the photo) E. Rtannedecker, B. Studer, W. Blume, H. Wassmuth, G. Kilmer, J. Morris, E.L. Johnson, T. Blume, F. Henklman, C.W. Nuxall, R.L. Starnes, F. Ptannezecker, E. Miller and Mathies E. Duclos. They were purchased by J. Baer for E. Stanton Co. of Spokane. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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