Updated September 3, 2015
Area Fire Update
With the Fair news in the Chronicle the past couple of weeks we haven’t had the space available to address the wildfires raging all around us. . . .
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Were we prepared?
Senator Sheryl Nuxoll and Representatives Paul Shepherd and Shannon McMillan want to hear from you on September 11, 2015, at the Life Center of Kamiah, 6- 9 pm.  We are looking for constructive feedback on how to work together. . . .
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Hay and pasture clearinghous
The University of Idaho, Idaho County Extension Office is providing a hay and pasture clearinghouse for producers with hay to sell and for those looking for forage. . . .
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Center for Discovery Fun Run
The Center For Discovery would like to invite the community to come out and support us at our first Family Community Fun Run. . . .
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PHS grad to hold fitness trainer class
Prairie High School graduate Sarah (Sonnen) Remacle will be in Grangeville Saturday, Sept. 12 to run a fitness instructor certification class for INSANITY LIVE!, one of the most popular formats done in homes across the nation. . . .
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Stinson is employee of the month
Tiffany Stinson was awarded the honor of being named the August Employee of the Month for St. Mary’s Hospital. . . .
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The LCSC Report
We have 21 classes in the Grangeville/Cottonwood area this Fall!  Here are the first four: . . .
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GORW Healthy Kids and Community
Look out across any school playground in your community and notice a harsh reality: about one out of every three children are overweight or obese. . . .
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Morning Glories to start Sept. 15; Fall bowling season starts soon
Bowling season is upon us, again. The Morning Glories are looking for women and men to join our league on Tuesday mornings at 9 am, at Prairie Imperial Bowl in Craigmont. We plan on bowling for 24 weeks. . . .
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Football opener is Friday
There are 31 players turned out for the Prairie football team this season with 12 of them being seniors. . . .
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30 turn out for volleyball; Lady Pirates take 3rd at Lewiston Tournament
The Prairie Lady Pirates have 30 players turned out for volleyball this year with 9 on the varsity and the other 21 making up the JV and C teams. . . .
The Prairie Lady Pirates competed in the Lewiston Volleyball Tournament Saturday, August 29 and placed third while fellow White Pine League team Genesee took second. They were by far the smallest schools in the tournament but showed well against the bigger schools. . . .
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Crosscountry team has first meet Sept. 3
Prairie High School will have a crosscountry team this fall with 5 meets currently on their schedule.. . .
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Summit has 7 turn out for volleyball; Lady Patriots lose opener against Deary
Summit Academy has 7 girls turned out for volleyball this season. . . .
The Summit Academy Lady Patriots were swept by Deary in their season, as well as league, opener last Thursday, August 27 at the Highland gym in Craigmont. . . .
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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 haybarn fire on Brad Higgins’ property in the Winona area on August 15. This was actually started by a backfire set by firefighters to contain part of the Lawyer Complex fire. Photo by Marcus Higgins.Click on the photo for a larger view.

PHS graduate Sarah Sonnen will be teaching a fitness trainer class in Grangeville. See story at left. 

Tiffany Stinson is the August employee of the month at St. Mary's Hospital. See story above left.

Shown is most of the Prairie Crosscountry team and coaches. Front from left are Hope McIntire, Chaye Uptmor and Kylie Tidwell. Back from left are head coach Glenn Poxleitner, assistant coach Jenny Arnzen, Anthony Karel, Sydney Bruner, Leah Higgins, Madison Ulmer and assistant coach David Young. Not pictured are Pedro Marcatto and James Villamor. Photo provided by Glenn Poxleitner. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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