Updated April 17, 2014
Easter Egg Hunts set for Saturday
Easter Egg hunts are set for Saturday at Cottonwood, Ferdinand and Greencreek, all starting at 10 a.m. . . .
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City of Cottonwood, Ironwood reach agreement
A long-awaited agreement to provide city water and sewer service to Ironwood Estates LLC was reached at the April meeting of the Cottonwood City Council Monday, April 14. . . .
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Pinwheels for prevention
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the pinwheel is the national symbol for preventing child abuse in the same way the pink ribbon represents breast cancer awareness. . . .
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51 earn straight A's at PJHS
51 students at Prairie Junior/Senior High School earned perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the third quarter of the 2013-14 school year. . . .
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Duman is new CEDA board chairman
The Clearwater Economic Development Association is pleased to announce new leadership for the Board of Directors, effective April 1, 2014. . . .
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County 4-H party is held
The Annual Idaho County 4-H Party was held on Saturday, April 12, 2014, at the Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Bruner named mother of the year
The library is buzzing with activity and story hour takes the stage. It is so fun to watch the little faces as Miss Polly makes the books come alive. The expressions are priceless. . . .
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Hospital promotes Starfish project
“I believe most people know that story about the little boy who threw starfish back into the ocean to save them and the man who told him it wouldn’t make a difference since there were miles and miles of beach with starfish all along it; but the boy responded it would make a difference to this one as he threw it back into the ocean,”  . . .
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LCSC Report
Some more classes available through the LCSC outreach program. . . .
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Pirates win 1 of 4; Postponed games rescheduled
The Prairie baseball team took their first lead in the bottom of the fourth and poured it on late for a 15-5 win over Kamiah Tuesday, April 8 at Cottonwood. . . .
The postponed Prairie baseball games  against Potlatch and Troy have been rescheduled. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 4 of 6 games
The Prairie Lady Pirates softball team played 6 non-league games this past week, winning 4 of them. . . .
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Arnzen, Uhlenkott, Spencer pick up wins at Border War
Lucas Arnzen won all three sprints at the Border War Track Meet held at Lapwai Saturday, April 12. . . .
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Summit crew cleans up highway
Summit Academy students and volunteers cleaned up a 2 mile stretch of Highway 95. . . .
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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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Scout Master-Shari Chaffee, Drew Cochran, Blaze Berdoy, Anthony Karel, Carson Schmidt, Tate Berdoy, Hunter Chaffee and Scout Committee Member-Brad Berdoy after planting pinwheels in the shape of a heart at the Hospital for the Pinwheels for Prevention (of child abuse) program. Photo by Cheri Holthaus.See story at left.  Click on the photo for a  larger view. 

Members of Boy Scout Troop 638 placing the pinwheels in a shape of the a heart. Photo by Cheri Holthaus. Click on the photo for a  larger view. 

Beka and Kellie Bruner with Kellie’s Mother of the Year award. Photo by Mary Uhlorn. See story at left.

Prairie did well at the North Idaho Sports Banquet Saturday at Coeur d’Alene. Jake Bruner, left, was named 1A-2A-3A, boys basketball player of the year. Lori Mader, center, was named 1A-2A-3A girls sports coach of the year. Kyndahl Ulmer, right was named 1A-2A-3A, girls basketball player of the year. Finally the Prairie boys basketball teams was named 1A-2A-3A boys team of the year. Photo by Ingrid Mader.

Julia Rehder and Ben Gehring ponder how many jelly beans are in the jar at the Idaho County 4-H Party.See story above left.  Photo by Susie Heckman.

Prairie League Senior Awards winners are as follows: Girl of the Year- Leah Holthaus; Miss Responsibility- Jessica Kaschmitter; Miss Leadership- Beka Bruner; Miss Scholar- Kayla Duclos; Miss Unity-Brandi Gehring; Miss Patience- Nicole Wemhoff; Miss Optimism- Lydia Lustig; Miss Charity-Katherine Nida; Miss Sportsmanship- Kyndahl Ulmer; Miss Independent-Daun Hoene; Miss Loyalty- Keely Schmidt.  Not pictured: Miss Enthusiasm- Sky Wilson. Photo by Mary Uhlorn. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Roy Uhlenkott receives a “Roads” Scholar award from Doug Chase, representing the T2 school of the Idaho Transportation Dept. Uhlenkott received a hat, certificate and Leatherman tool.

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