Updated November 19, 2015
Christmas Parade set for Dec. 13
The Cottonwood Saddliers and Livestock 4-H Club will again be hosting the Cottonwood Lighted Christmas Parade this year. . . .
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School Board meets
A grant for cleanup of the asbestos and lead based paint at the old Elementary School was the big topic of discussion at the November meeting of the school board held Monday, Nov. 16. . . .
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Attention AmeriGas customers
The AmeriGas School Days Program offers schools a $0.02 per gallon incentive. . . .
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Pirates to play for state title
The Prairie football team will play Valley of Hazelton for the 1A D1 state championship Saturday, Nov. 21, at noon PST at Holt Arena in Pocatello.  . . .
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Quilts of Valor
About 20 Quilts of Valor were presented at the Veteran's Day program at Prairie Elementary School. . . .
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What Freedom means to me
Have you ever thought of what freedom means to you? . . .
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Night Shoot week 5
With only one week remaining in the Cottonwood Gun Club Night Shoot, Winchester Gun Club still maintains the lead with a score of 1013 . . .
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Christmas cards for college students
Dear parents, the youth ministry team would like to send all of the college students a Christmas card, an ornament and an invitation to a Christmas social. . . .
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Senior project goal reached
I have reached my goal of one million can tabs for my senior project. . . .
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The LCSC Report
One more class available through the LCSC Grangeville Outreach program. . . .
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Pirates hold off Raft River
The Prairie Pirates got off to a fast start and then were able to hold off Raft Riverís comeback for a 44-30 win at Malta Saturday, Nov. 14. . . .
The PHS boys basketball schedule has also been added to this page. . . .
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Volleyball awards given
On this page is a photo of the volleyball award winners. . . .
Also on this page is the PHS girls basketball schedule.
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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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It was a full house for the Veteran's Day program at Prairie Elementary School last week.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

20 Quilts of Valor were presented at the Veteran's Day program at Prairie Elementary School. Another 3 were presented a couple weeks earlier at the Assumption Parish Dinner. Shown front from left are Jay Hinterlong, Ron Baerlocher, Louis Stubbers, Elmer Wessels and Ed Wassmuth. Second row from left are Ken Schmidt, Roy Arnzen, Vern Gehring, Don Hoene, Mardel Sonnen who accepted for her husband Jim, Jack Lilly and Fred Arnzen. Back from left re Dan Goeckner, Dan VonBargen who acced for his father Dick, Ronald Johnston, Larry Arnzen and Tom Schwartz. See article at left for individual photos. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Shown are the students of the month at Prairie Jr/Sr High School. From left are Leann Lightfield, jr. high and Lindsey Goeckner and Daniel Mager, sr. high. Leann is a joy to have in class. She is a quiet leader, works hard and is willing to help anytime. Lindsey is always anxious to get her assignments finished and is so bubbly and happy. She works well with other students in class and is helpful when needed. Dan is always ready for class. If for some reason he can't be there, he always asks for homework. His desire to be successful in class is to be commended. Photo by Ryan Hasselstrom. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Athletes of the month at Prairie High school were the entire state championship volleyball team, not shown, and from left Terran Peery and Calvin Hinkelman of the Prairie football team and Grant Gehring of the crosscountry team. Photo by Ryan Hasselstrom.
Zach Rambo reads his Patriot's Pen winning essay as Faith Uhlenkott waits to giver her Voice of Democracy winning speech. The text of Zach's essay can be found above left. Click on the photo for a larger view. 
Faith Uhlenkott gives her Voice of Democracy winning speech. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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