Updated June 25, 2015
It seems we forgot to upload last week's update. You can find the June 18, 2015 issue here: June 18, 2105 Chronicle

East Street project postponed
The resurfacing project on East Street in front of the Prairie Elementary School scheduled for this summer has been postponed until summer, 2016. . . .
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BLM office demolition to start soon
Demolition of the current BLM offices is set to start in early July followed by construction of the new office complex. . . .
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June Picnic is this weekend
The annual Craigmont June Picnic is taking place this weekend in Craigmont, Idaho. . . .
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Prairie Crop Tour set for Tuesday
The Prairie Area Crop and Conservation Tour is slated for Tuesday, June 30. . . .
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Registration opens for Raspberry Festival Craft Fair
Artisans and other vendors are invited to participate in the 23rd Annual Raspberry Festival Arts & Crafts Fair on Sunday, August 2. . . .
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CIAA artists do well at Wallowa Festival
All Central Idaho Art Association (CIAA) artists brought home awards at the juried competition in Joseph, Oregon. . . .
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Sr. Mary Paule honored
U.S. Ambassador to South Africa Patrick Gaspard visited the Eastern Cape this week to pay homage to an American nun who served the people of South Africa for more than five decades in rural Eastern Cape. . . .
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More 52-Pickup winners
The monthly 2014-2015 KC 52 Pickup (blue card) drawing was held at the June meeting of KC #1389.  The following winners picked up some cash:  . . .
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County Democrats to meet Sunday
Idaho County Democrats will be hosting their annual picnic and pie auction, Sunday, June 28 at the Pioneer Park on Main Street in Grangeville . . .
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Library News
Well here I am again. This is my view of what is going on at the library. Folks this is your library. I know sometimes it is difficult to get to the library and see the new things that have been done. . . .
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Pirates win league Babe Ruth tourney
Pirates are C.I.L. Babe Ruth Champions! . . .
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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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The City Electric crew was installing a new sign last week which lets the public know that their business entrance is located in the back of the building. Click on each  photo for a larger view.

Stephanie Forsmann of Stephanie Forsmann Photography now has a downtown studio in Suite E of the Simon Building at the corner of Main and King Streets. She had been working out of her home. She had an open house last Thursday at her new location which is up a couple flights of stairs from Purses Galore. She is shown in front of one of her portrait backdrops. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The former main office of the BLM in Cottonwood. It and the buildings across the street will be demolished soon to make way for their new complex. The new main office complex will go up across the street from where this building is located. The BLM asks you to be cautious in the area once work starts as their will be a fair amount of heavy truck traffic entering and leaving the sites during demolition and the following construction. See story above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

It seems like haying season has come a little early this year. The top photo shows round bales in a field at the intersection of Eckert Road and Greencreek Road near the Eckert farm. The lower photo is along Twin House Road just east of the Vern Gehring place. Click on each photo for a larger view.

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