Updated August 15,  2013
Peddler ordinance discussed
Discussion of a solicitor/peddler ordinance was the dominant topic at the August meeting of the Cottonwood City Council Monday, August 12. . . .
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New hospital CEO to arrive Monday
Up until recently Patrick Branco was the Regional CEO and Chief Mission Officer at PeaceHealth, Ketchikan Medical Center in Ketchikan, Alaska. . . .
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Prairie Elementary School Supply Lists
On this page are the school supply lists for grades K-6 at Prairie Elementary School. . . .
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Prairie Jr./Sr. High School Supply Lists
On this page is the August events schedule for the Tri-Parish Youth Ministry. . . .
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Calendar deadline is Aug. 31
The deadline, for changes to the 2014 Community Calendar, is August 31st. . . .
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Library News
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Attention Band Members
Attention all PHS Band members and incoming 8th Grade Band members. . . .
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Farm Bureau Photo Contest
Idaho Farm Bureau is sponsoring a photo contest. . . .
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Potato Bar at the Fair
Sponsored by the Prairie Booster Club, the annual Potato Bar will be held on Friday, August 23rd during the Idaho County Fair. . . .
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PHS football schedule
On this page is the 2013 PHS football schedule. . . .
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PHS Volleyball Schedule
The 2013 PHS Volleyball schedule is on this page. . . .
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Summit school supply lists
On this page are the grade by grade school supply lists for Summit Academy. . . .
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Ferdinand gets a visitor from the sky. No, the visitor from the sky was not an alien space craft, but a Hughes 369D, four passenger helicopter that dropped in across Main Street (Business US 95) from Trestle Brewing Company and City Hall in Ferdinand.  The 1992 Helicopter, tail number November Five Four Five Two Eight (N54528) is registered to an individual owner in Redmond, Washington. Photos by Angie Riener, Ferdinand, City Clerk. Click on the photos for larger views.

Cottonwood Mayor Denis Duman presented City Clerk Carol Altman with a certificate of appreciation for all the work she has done for the city as clerk. The presentation was made just prior to Monday’s council meeting. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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