Updated October 7, 2016
Fall Lecture series starts this week
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude’s 17th Annual Lecture Series begins this Thursday. . . .
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Greencreek Dinner a success
Democrats from around Idaho, Twin Falls to Sandpoint, attended the Idaho County Democrats’ election year dinner at Greencreek, Saturday, September 24. . . .
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Flu shot clinic set for Nezperce
Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommend everyone over 6 months of age receive the flu shot? The CDC also states that if you get the flu shot you are about 60% less likely to need treatment for the flu. . . .
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Textile drive fundraiser
The Prairie Quilters are planning a Household textile drive as a Fund Raiser. . . .
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It's cookie dough sale time again
It is that time of year again the students at Prairie Elementary School and the Center For Discovery are doing their annual cookie dough fundraiser. . . .
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Preschool screening
Preschool Developmental Screening for children ages 2 – 5 years will be held at    Prairie Elementary School on  Wednesday, October 12th. . . .
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JOLT groups starting
JOLT (Joy Of Learning Together) Groups (originally called Camas Prairie Moms’ Group) are starting up for 2016-2017! . . .
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October events for Tri-Parish Youth
The Lord gives us greatness in all season.  The beautiful Fall leaves and the feeling in the crisp air speaks the presence of God, a God who call us to live as disciples of faith as a response to His love. . . .
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Elementary students to join parade
The Prairie Pirate Homecoming parade is this Friday before the game. All elementary students are invited walk in the parade to support our team!  . . .
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Pirates rout Kubs
The Prairie football team stayed unbeaten in league play with a 66-20 win at Kamiah Friday, Sept. 30. . . .
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Lady Pirates split league matches
The Prairie Lady Pirates are solidly entrenched in third place in the White Pine League Division 1 standings after splitting a pair of league matches this past week. . . .
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Chaffee earns medal
Ciara Chaffee was Prairie’s lone medalist at the Inland Empire Crosscountry meet which was sponsored by LCSC Saturday, October 1 at Lewiston. . . .
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Summit wins 3 league matches
The Summit Academy volleyball team picked up 3 league wins last week. . . .
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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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Students of the month for September at Prairie Jr./Sr. High School are Anthony Karel, left, and Chaye Uptmor, right, at the high school and Kerri Lou Villamor, middle, at the junior high. Anthony is an excellent student who cares about everything that goes on at school and in our community.  If anyone ever is in need he is the first to step up and help!  Chaye is a source of pride and joy for all students and staff at Prairie High School and in our community.  Her work ethic in class and in athletics has earned her many honors and awards at school and throughout the State of Idaho. Kerri is an exceptional student.  She enjoys learning and exceeds what is expected of her.  Kerri is thoughtful and kind to all she is around.  She is always willing to help out a classmate in any way.  Photo by Ryan Hasselstrom. Click on each photo for a larger view.

Elementary School principal Rene’s Forsmann reads the plaque the school is presenting to Lois Lamont whose last day was Friday, Sept. 30, the day of the ceremony. Also shown from left are Cheyenne Keith, Taylor Riener, Chloe Rowland, Mary Schwartz and Tara Schlader who put together the retirement presentation. They also collected letters from all the students that they presented to Mrs. Lamont.  Click on the photo for a larger view.

From left Cheyenne Keith, Taylor Riener, Mary Schwartz, Chloe Rowland and Tara Schlader read some of the letters of appreciation from Elementary School students giving best wishes to retiring school librarian Lois Lamont. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Both the Idaho and Lewis Country Fair Queens for 2017 are Prairie High School students after Koleen Hasselstrom, third from right, was named as the 2017 Lewis County Fair Queen. The Idaho County Royalty joined the outgoing and incoming Lewis County Royalty just after the crowning. From left are Idaho County Royalty Tiffany Sonnen, Chaye Uptmor and Selena Davila, outgoing Lewis County Fair Queen Jazmin Lomax, Hasselstrom, and 2017 princesses Darah Brammer and Alyssa Dau. Photo by Steve Wherry. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Miranda Klapprich and Nels Elven had lunch with the principal as they were September attendance winners. Photo by Rene’ Forsmann. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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