Updated April 28, 2016
Bonner named President of hospitals
“At Essentia Health, we value the talent and experience that can be found within our health system and actively promote those who have demonstrated their ability to lead us to higher levels of quality, safety and service,” says Dr. David Herman, CEO of Essentia Health. . . .
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Register for Ag Safety Day
The annual Progressive Agriculture Safety Day is scheduled for Saturday, June 4 at the Lewis County Fairgrounds in Nezperce. . . .
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Hibbard 2nd overall at State FFA
Several Prairie High School students attended the State FFA competitions in Twin Falls last month. . . .
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May is Mental Health Month
On May 12, five regional professionals will discuss the many facets of community mental health during a Growing Our Understanding public forum. . . .
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Reducing Fire Risk workshop planned
University of Idaho Extension—Clearwater County is offering the workshop: Reducing Fire Risk in the Wildland-Urban Interface. . . .
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May 5 is Idaho Gives day
Donors who give on “Idaho Gives” day on May 5 will have more than 600 nonprofit organizations with more than 800 causes, from every region in Idaho, to choose from when they make their charitable donations. . . .
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Bruegeman tosses no-hitter at C.V.
The Prairie Pirates won 2 of 3 games last week, losing a non-league game at Grangeville 5-15, Tuesday, April 19 then sweeping a league doubleheader against C.V. at Kooskia 11-0 and 11-1, Thursday, April 21. . . .
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Lady Pirates sweep C.V.
Hailey Danly hit for the cycle in the opening game of a two game sweep of the Clearwater Valley Lady Rams as the Lady Pirates picked up their first 2 league wins of the season 20-0 and 17-2 Thursday, April 21 at Cottonwood. . . .
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Girls team wins at Kamiah meet
Mykaela McWilliams was part of 4 event wins to lead the Prairie girls track team to the team title at an 8-team meet at Kamiah Friday, April 22.  . . .
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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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Pacific Cabinets delivered the beautiful cabinets they donated to the City of Cottonwood on Monday. The new cabinets will match the cabinets in the upstairs kitchen which were built by Pacific Cabinets in 2010. The City feels very fortunate to have a business like Pacific Cabinets in our area supporting us and this project. Pat Holthaus and Pat Enneking brought the cabinets in to the basement using the new ramp which made the delivery much easier. The lumber for the framing of the ramp and interior walls was donated by Idaho Forest Group. Idaho Forest Group said that they were happy to donate to the project because they were so pleased with the way the upstairs remodel went and felt that the basement would be an even better project. The project should be completed in the next month. Photos provided by City of Cottonwood. Click on each photo for a larger view. 

Devin Bruegeman tossed a near-perfect 5-inning no-hitter at C.V. last Thursday. The only baserunner reached on an error and the Rams were unable to hit a ball out of the infield. Bruegeman is also one of the candidates for Lewiston Tribune athlete of the week. Go to lmtribune.com/sports to vote. See game story at left. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Several Summit Academy students received sacraments of initiation recently.  Six students in grades 9-11 received the sacrament of Confirmation at St. Mary's Catholic Church on Wednesday April 20th.  Three students in grades 2-3 received their First Holy Communion.  All the students were presented with gifts from the school during morning prayer.  In addition, the first communicants received their sashes that they earned during their preparation to receiving the sacrament.  Badges were earned on their own time and included spending time in adoration, receiving the sacrament of reconciliation, praying the rosary and Angelus, and doing apostolic works among other activities.  By Summit tradition, 1st communicants wear their special outfits to school on the Monday after their first communion. Pictured are, back row left to right: Lauren Stubbers, Jake Stubbers, Patrick Chmelik, Justin Wassmuth, Bridget Beckman. Front Row, left to right: Greta Watson, Luke Wassmuth, Tommy Rose, Connor Nuxoll. Photo by Summit Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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