Updated October 4, 2012
Lydia Deiss honored
Lydia Deiss, counselor in the Cottonwood School District was honored at the fall counseling meetings held at Lewis Clark State College. . . .
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Escape attempted at NICI
On Saturday afternoon, Sept. 22, offender Ronald Downey, Idaho Department of Correction (IDOC) offender number 103777, attempted to escape from North Idaho Correctional Institution (NICI).  . . .
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October events for tri-parish youth
The month of October invites us to know the greatness of God through seeing the beautiful colors, feeling the crispness in the air, and tasting the fruits of the harvest. . . .
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The LCSC Report
Are you looking for a new stitch to jazz up your next project? . . .
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WAA award nominees listed
Officials from Lewis-Clark State College recently announced the nominees for the sixth annual Warrior Athletics Association High School Awards. . . .
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Library News
Please give serious consideration to entering the Bräts and Brew food competition this year. . . .
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October meeting for Diabetes Support Group
The October meeting of the St. Maryís Hospital and Clinics Diabetes Support Group will be held in the meeting room of Oscarís Restaurant on Main St in Grangevilleon Wednesday, October 17 from noon to 3:00. . . .
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Author to do presentation
Linda Chaulker-Scott will be presenting her program "Horticultural CSI" at 1 P.M. on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at the Grangeville Senior Center.  . . .
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Pirates win third straight game
The Prairie Pirates picked up their third straight win as they knocked off Clearwater Valley 58-12 in a game shortened by the 45-point rule Friday, Sept. 28 at Cottonwood. . . .
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Lady Pirates split matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates volleyball team split a pair of 4-set league matches, losing at Lapwai and then defeating C.V. on Senior Night. . . .
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Summit volleyball loses 2 matches
Summit Academy's varsity volleyball team lost a pair of league matches to Timberline and Kendrick. . . .
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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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September Students of the Month at Prairie Junior/Senior High School are shown. Alex Duman, left, and Frank Spencer, middle, were students of the month for the high school.  Staff states that these two young men work very hard and take great pride in whatever they do.  They are presently working on making the new trophy case for the entry way in the gym.  Nathan Gimmeson, right, is the student of the month for the junior high.   Nathan is described as a kind, thoughtful person who works hard to improve in all school related activities.  Photo by Ryan Hasselstrom. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The advanced students in the Technology Education program at Prairie High took time out of their busy schedule to construct a storage building for the new Cottonwood Recycling Center. The majority of the dimensional material was donated by Idaho Forest Group. The students learned a great deal from constructing the building and the importance of giving back to the community by donating their time. Students in the picture are: front row: Kade Perrin, Luke Enneking, Alex Duman, Dan Wemhoff. Middle: Jon Williams, Whitney Sonnen, Sky Wilson, Rhett Schlader, Tanner Ross, Bryce Higgins, Brooks Arnzen, Luke Enneking, Frank Spencer, Levi Lustig, Malachi Baca. Top: Derek VanderPas, Tayler Heitman, Chris Hoene, Justin Ross. Not pictured, Max Patermann. Photo by Jerry Richardson. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The September Attendance Winners at Prairie Elementary were Lane Schumacher and Caleb Butler. They will get to eat lunch with the principal. Photo by Sherry Holthaus. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Caught Ya winners for the month of September were: Back row-Maria Schmidt, Tyler Leonard, Paul Sonnen, Garrett Crenshaw, Cody Crosby and Madison Shears. Front row-Jordan Farnsworth, Mary Schwartz and Alex McElroy. Photo by Sherry Holthaus. Click on the photo for a larger view.

 Lori Mader and Jeff Martin were each named Coach of the Year in the Class 1-A for their respective sports in the 2011-12 school year. Mader for Girls Basketball and Martin for Softball. Both led their teams to state championships last season. Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 
 
 

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