Updated February 4, 2016
February events for Tri-Parish Youth
We are in the season of love.  Valentines day brings with it the invitation to express our appreciation and affection for the ones we love. . . .
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Ski Skoop
With 6 inches of new snow and more snow in the forecast we are having lots of winter fun at the Cottonwood Butte Ski Area!! . . .
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2nd Purse Auction set
The 2nd Annual Purse Auction to benefit local victims of domestic violence and sexual assault will be held Saturday March 5 at Cottonwood Community Hall. . . .
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Week 3 results
Cottonwood Gun Club had 32 shooters with clear conditions during week 3 of the 10-Week Shoot. . . .
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Idaho County Democrats news
A couple of articles fromt he Idaho County Democrats. . . .
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KC Breakfast to beneift ICYC youth
Dear community members, your support is needed for our young people going to ICYC in March. . . .
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Library News
The Prairie Community Library Board will meet at 12:30, Tuesday, February 19 rather than the usual second Tuesday. Election of officers will be held. . . .
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Pirates win big twice
The Prairie Pirates picked up two more league wins this past week, both on the road, as they won at Troy Thursday, Jan. 28, 69-41 and then won 66-35 at Potlatch Saturday, Jan. 30. . . .
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Lady Pirates win big on Senior Night
All three seniors had big nights to lead the Prairie Lady Pirates to a 72-13 win over Kamiah on Senior Night Tuesday, Jan. 26 at Cottonwood. . . .
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Wrestling schedule
The Prairie Wrestling team is traveling to Challis for a tournament this weekend, then to Moscow for a meet on Tuesday. . . .
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Summit clinches league title
The Summit Academy Patriots added 3 league wins this past week and have clinched the league championship and with it the #1 seed into the District Tournament. They won at Kendrick 50-49 Tuesday, Jan. 26, won at Timberline 61-58 on Wednesday, Jan. 27 and finished off the week with a Senior Night win at Highland 65-40. . . .
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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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Senator Nuxoll's weekly newsletter
With the Idaho legislature back in session Senator Sheryl Nuxoll has started her weekly legislative report. . . .
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The Prairie Lady Pirates senior players and statistician/camera operators were honored prior to the game last Tuesday against Kamiah. From left are Hailey Danly and her parents Greg and Lynn Danly; Lauren Alfrey and her mother Pat Alfrey; Marisa Lustig and her mother April Lustig and siblings; Talyss Lustig and her parents Doug and Karen Lustig and siblings; Krystin Uhlenkott and her parents Roy and Denise Uhlenkott and Shayla Von Bargen and her parents Dan and Jeanne VonBargen and grandparents Bob and Donna Ross. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Summit Academy’s two seniors were honored Saturday before their final home game. From left are Ken and Shirley Stubbers and their son Dean, head coach Ron Frei and Caleb Currier and his grandfather James Hickel. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Hunter Safety was held at Prairie Elementary School last week. Roy Cantor, in the Fish & Game uniform, and Doug Johnson work with Chloe Rowland. Standing are longtime instructor Virgil Wassmuth and his son Eric Wassmuth, who has taken over as main instructor. Click on the photo for a larger view.

A young snowboarder this past Sunday at Cottonwood Butte.

A skier sends powder flying this past Sunday at Cottonwood Butte. 

Kamiah had their school day at Cottonwood Butte and this young snowboarder from Kamiah was enjoying his day away from class. Photos by April Lustig.
Dr. Peter Beaulieu visited Summit Academy on Tuesday, January 26th to speak to the 7th through 12th grades. Dr. Beaulieu served in the navy and was part of the crew that recovered the astronauts after their ocean landing from both the Apollo 11 and 12 missions.  He shared many stories about the missions including how the astronauts read from Genesis as they orbited the moon.  Dr. Beaulieu spoke about the wonder of the cosmos which is so evident in space.  We are able to marvel at what God created.  Dr. Beaulieu said we must also wonder at the creation of ourselves which is essential in growing closer to God.  The students enjoyed hearing Dr. Beaulieu speak about how he lived his faith in all aspects of his life, whether at work or home. Photo by Summit Academy.Click on the photo for a larger view.

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