Updated April 30, 2015
First Purse Auction set for Saturday
The Hangout will be hosting the First Purse Auction, Saturday, May 2, It will start at 4:00pm . . .
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School Spring Concert dates are set
The Cottonwood School District Spring Concerts are set. . . .
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Craigmont/Winchester yard sales are Saturday
Saturday, May 2, 2015 is the date many have been waiting for, The Annual City Wide Yard Sale for Craigmont and Winchester, this is the first City Wide Sale of the Yard Sale Season. . . .
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Latest 52-Pickup winners named
The monthly 2014-2015 KC 52 Pickup (blue card) drawing was held at the April meeting of KC #1389.  The following winners picked up some cash: . . .
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Cottonwood Yard Sale is May 16
Warm weather is right around the corner and it's time for spring cleaning. Gather your unwanted items and join the Cottonwood Community yard sale set for May 16th, and being organized by "The Clowns" Relay for Life team. . . .
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The LCSC Report
The final two class offerings of the spring through the LCSC Grangeville Outreach. . . .
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Library news
The Prairie Community Library will hold it’s annual Open House Tuesday May 5th, 2 pm to 4 pm. . . .
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Pirates win 2 of 4
The Prairie Pirates played 4 games this past week, winning both their league games and losing a pair of non-league games. . . .
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Lady Pirates lose 2 then win 2
It was a rough start to the week for the Prairie Lady Pirates as they lost home games to Asotin and Culdesac. They then rallied back with a win over McCall-Donnelly and a league win at Troy.. . .
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Track team at 2 meets
The Prairie Track team competed at two meets this past week, the White Pine League Championships Tuesday, April 21 at Kamiah and the Nez Perce/Lewis & Clark Games Friday, April 24, also at Kamiah. . . .
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Summit submits photos
On this page are several photos submitted by Summit Academy. . . .
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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 Cottonwood Chronicle. . . .
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A regional multi-agency mass casualty exercise was held in Kamiah on April 25th.  The incident was a tour bus wreck with multiple injuries.  The purpose of the exercise was to see how well multiple agencies could work together.  Linda Beckman and Amy Phillips; EMTs for St. Mary’s Hospital are shown comforting a ‘victim’ at the scene of the bus accident.  (Look for a more detailed article in next week’s paper) Photo provided by Cheri Holthaus. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Some of the purses that will be available for auction at the Purse Auction this Saturday at The Hangout. On top Kristy DeWitt is shown with a travel bag while the other two shown above are among the 80 purses to be auctioned. See story top left.
The new Welcome to Cottonwood banners have arrived. They will replaced the current banners hanging on power poles on the main streets.
Prairie Jr./Sr. High School Drama students are bringing to life “Shuddersome: Tales of Poe.” The dark side of Poe’s imagination starts to come alive on Wednesday, May 6 at 7 p.m. and again on May 9 at p.m. with both performance at the PHS gym. Admission is 43 per person. With two new drama teachers and involving both high school and jr. high students it was definitely a fun year. From learning what the teachers want and what the students are willing to do, all the way to having “dead” people get up and walk off stage. But it all pulls together as will be seen in the play. Cast and Crew are Kory Bahlman, Jordan Bowles, Beth Dinning, AJ Everson, Jon Goldmeer, Joe Jones, Stellina Laurino, Hope McIntire, Maria Munger, Madison Pecarovich, Ellea Poxleitner, Jacey Rambo, Noah Rieger, Laina Sonnen, Jared Spears, Kateline Spears, Kodie Tidwell, Rosie Trautman, Julia Wemhoff and Raven Yorke. Teachers are Mrs. Renee Eckert and Mr. David Young. Shown is a photo from rehearsals provided by Renee Eckert. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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