Updated April 2, 2015
Easter Egg Hunts set for Saturday
Cottonwood, Ferdinand and Greencreek all have Easter Egg Hunts set to begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 4. . . .
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Blood drive reaches goal
“I am so excited that we made our goal again this time,” commented Brenda Kaschmitter, blood drive co-chair.“I didn’t think we would; a lot of our regular donors had to cancel because they had the flu or a cold, but thanks to a last minute walk-in we made our goal of 74 units right on the nose.” . . .
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22 attend Idaho Catholic Youth Convention
On the first weekend of March, twenty-two excited young teens from the Tri-Parish set off for the Idaho Catholic Youth Convention being held in Boise. . . .
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Cottonwood Clinic to host Health Fair
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will be sponsoring a Health Fair at their Cottonwood Clinic on April 7th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. . . .
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Poster Contest winners named
Nezperce Garden Club sponsored the 2015 Smokey Bear & Woodsy Owl poster contest at Prairie Elementary School. . . .
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Rangeland Monitoring Workshop set
The University of Idaho, Idaho County Extension System will be holding a Rangeland Monitoring Workshop on Thursday, April 16th at Hoot’s Café in White Bird.  . . .
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Fundraiser for graduation party
The PHS class of 2015 is auctioning off two tickets to the Mountain Home Music Festival as a fundraiser for their graduation party. . . .
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Spring Art Show set
Central Idaho Art Association’s (CIAA) 48th Annual Spring Art Show and sale is:  Thursday—April 30 (9:00am – 5:00pm), Friday—May 1 (9:00am – 7pm), and Saturday—May 2  (10:00am 4:00pm). . . .
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Jake Bruner is state player of the year; Boys basketball awards given; Wrestling awards given; Pirates beat Highland 12-1
Jake Bruner has been named as the Idaho State Player of the Year for 1A-Div. 1 boys basketball.. . .
Daniel Mager had an outstanding outing on the mound as the southpaw tossed a 1-hitter with 15 strikeouts as Prairie beat Highland 12-1 at Airport Park in Lewiston Thursday, March 26. . . .
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Lady Pirates win at Culdesac
The Prairie Lady Pirates built a 7-0 lead then held off a late Culdesac rally to win 7-3 at Culdesac Thursday, March 26. . . .
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Arnzen, McWilliams and Uptmor pick up wins at Kamiah
Lucas Arnzen and Mykaela McWilliams each won 2 events while Chaye Uptmor won 1 event at a 12 school track meet at Kamiah Thursday, March 26. . . .
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Rose Ball 2015
Summit Academy celebrated the gift of Fathers and Daughters at the annual “Rose Ball.” . . .
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Sen. Nuxoll's Weekly Legislative Report
Editor’s Note: State Senator Sheryl Nuxoll has been sending out a weekly email newsletter to many of her constituents and thought she would like to share it with the Chronicle readers as well. . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared is this week's print edtion. . . .
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Sally Rehder and Sr. Katie Cooper are regular donors who are comfortable with the routine of giving. Photo provided by Cheri Holthaus.See story at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

22 young people plus chaperons attended the Idaho Catholic Youth Convention in early March. Back from left are Loretta Poxleitner, Nicole Poxleitner, Molly Schwartz, Alexis Shears, Sarah Seubert, Abbie Uhlenkott, Talyss Lustig, Hailey Danly, Sierra Latimer and Austin Sonnen.  Middle from left are Mitchel Nuxoll, Darlene Gehring, Faith Uhlenkott, Mykaela McWilliams, Abbie Lustig, Sam Remacle, Rosie Trautman, Anthony Karel, Kevin Karel, Kyle Tillinghast, Max Nuxoll, Kevin Tillinghast, Sam Lustig and Debbie Chicane. Sitting in front are Maria Munger and Hanna Ross. Not pictured is Kaitlin Stubbers. Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. See story at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The Tri-Parish Catholic Youth attended a Jr. High Rally in Coeur d’Alene during March. Back from left are Kyle Tillinghast, Loretta Poxleitner, Paul Sonnen , Carson Schmidt, Anthony Karel, Caleb McWilliams, Conrad Duman, Hayden Uhlenkott, Maureen Munger, Max Nuxoll and Derek Shears. Middle row from left are Shawna Kaschmitter, Reid Uptmor, Sydney Bruegeman, Angela Wemhoff, Leah Higgins, Kate Lustig, Emma Gehring, Sabina Lustig, Kendra Duclos, Jordyn Higgins, Ellea Poxleitner, Dylon Schumacher, Kace Munger and Devin Ross. Front from left are Damian Forsmann, Rushelle Forsmann, Noelle Uhlenkott, Leslie McIntire, , Theresa Wemhoff, Addi Skinner, Hope McIntire, Kelsey Tidwell, Madison Hinkelman, Madison Pecarovich, Anna Kaschmitter, Nicole Poxleitner, Beth Dinning, Rosie Trautman and Kevin Tillinghast. Laying in front is Laina Sonnen. Not pictured are Jacob Forsmann and Debbie Chicane. Photo provided by Debbie Chicane. Click on the photo for a larger view.

“The Mardi Gras committee would like to extend a very big thank you to Shane Chapman for offering caricatures of our guests,” remarked Cheri Holthaus.  “The guests loved having these done; it was a great addition to our event.  In the top photo three members of the CVHC staff attended the Mardi Gras and enjoyed having their caricature done. In the lower photo the Idaho County Royalty, who helped greet the guests, took time to pose for a caricature. Photos provided by Cheri Holthaus.

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