Updated August 29,  2013
Kaschmitter is grand champion showman
Kristin Kaschmitter was the Round Robin Grand Champion Showman at this year’s Idaho County Fair while Naomi Connolley was the reserve champion. . . .
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McHugh, Uhlorn are Friends of 4-H winners
Emily McHugh and Holli Uhlorn were this year’s Friends of 4-H Award winners with McHugh winning the Luggage and Uhlorn the Mixer. No entrant this year qualified for the sewing machine. . . .
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Hospital entry was best of show in Fair Parade
The Best of Show entry in the 2013 Idaho County Fair Parade was the St. Mary’s Hospital entry. . . .
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Pigtail contest winners
A total of 26 children participated in the annual pigtail contest this year – Event winners are as follows . . .
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Two Minute Talent show winners; Open Class results
There were 18 different acts in this year’s 2 Minute Talent Show at the Idaho County Fair. . . .
Following is a list of the Open Class Best of Show and Award of Merit winners for the 2013 Idaho County Fair. . . .
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Youth Ministry schedule for September
The month of September echoes a shift in our life as the school bells replace the lazy complacent days of summer. . . .
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Fall Yoga Series planned
Summer is winding down and fall is in the air; now is a perfect time to consider attending the nine week yoga class sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital. . . .
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Library News
The Fair is over for another year and what an event it was.  It is so great to see the support shown by each community in the county to make it such a success. . . .
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Golf Challenge to benefit Josie Remacle
The Idaho Correctional Institution in Orofino is opening their Golf Challenge to the public for the Glenn & Stacy Remacle family of Cottonwood. . . .
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Booster Bulletin
Welcome to another year of Prairie Pirate Athletics and Academics. . . .
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The LCSC Report
LCSC is offering eighteen enrichment classes this semester.  A full list of classes can be seen by going to www.lcsc.edu/ce and click on “Browse All Courses” and on the next screen “View Classes”. . . .
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PeeWee Football starts Tuesday; 3 to try crosscountry
PeeWee Football will begin next Tuesday, September 3rd at the Prairie Football Field from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. . . .
Three Prairie High School students will be competing in Cross Country this fall. . . .
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19 turn out for PHS volleyball; schedule updated
Prairie has 19 girls turned out for volleyball this season with currently 7 on the varsity and 12 on the JV. . . .
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8 turn out for Summit volleyball
Summit Academy has 8 girls turned out for volleyball this season. . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this pageare letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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The 2014 Idaho County Fair Royalty were crowned last Friday evening. From left are 2nd Princess Emily McHugh, 1st Princess Maria Munger and Queen Holli Uhlorn. All are from Cottonwood. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Grand marshals Dina and Ivan Nuxoll cut the ribbon to officially open the fair last Wednesday morning.

Abbie Uhlenkott of Cottonwood had the Grand Champion Quality Hog.

Friends of 4-H award winners this year were Emily McHugh, left, who won the luggage, and Holli Uhlorn, who won the mixer.

After walking behind the float on the first pass through the new royalty joined the outgoing royalty on the Idaho County Fair float for the return trip. From left are 2nd princesses Emily McHugh and Jenni Forsmann; 1st princesses Jacey Arnzen and Maria Munger and queens Holli Uhlorn and Whitney Sonnen. Click on the photo for a larger view.

2nd Princess Jenni Forsmann was the Kiss the Pig winner this year, edging out her fellow royalty for the honor. She got to do it a second time because she backed away so fast on the first try, nobody got a photo.
The Tri-Parish Youth including Summit Academy and Prairie High School and with Debbie Chicane and Fr. Everest, Chelsea Telles and youth from Lewiston enjoyed a fantastic day on the river on August 26. Thank you to our mighty leaders: Shawn and Johanna Stubbers for organizing this trip! Also thank you to Doug Knapp, Shawn and Johanna, Glenn Poxleitner and Ken Stubbers for your stupendous rowing abilities. Thanks Emmett Wilson for chaperoning and Patty Bruegeman and Joe Didier for being our shuttle drivers. Many hearts, many hands, many, many blessings! Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522

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